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Mold is everywhere outdoors, but when it's discovered inside your home, there's a potential for problems. The KSL Investigators check in with the experts about what to do when mold starts to affect your health and your home.
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Hidden mold may be making you sick

Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn  |  posted Oct 30th - 10:15pm
Runny nose, congestion, fatigue ... sounds like symptoms of the common cold, but what do you do when you can't ever get better? That's what several couples experienced, until they discovered mold growing in their Provo apartments was the likely cause.
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Stranger accesses home computer, spies on Utah County family

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Oct 27th - 10:38pm
As a parent you'd never let a stranger get near your children. KSL Investigators discovered one was spying on a mother and her two kids, inside their home in Utah County. To do it, all he needed was access to the family's home computer.
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Dash-cam video only way to prove debris damage, commuter learns

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Oct 20th - 11:19pm
An I-15 commuter contacted KSL Investigators over frustration about freeway driving. He says rocks flew from a truck and smashed his car window. Then he found Utah law is not on his side, and without pictures or video to prove it, he was out of luck.
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California getaways leave Utahns racking up toll road fines

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Oct 13th - 10:16pm
The KSL Investigators have a travel alert to Utahns heading to California. A new toll road system may leave you confused and owing hundreds of dollars in late fees, even if you try to pay the toll on time.
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Homeowner claims contractor's 'best service' was a scam

Mike Headrick  |  posted Oct 6th - 10:46pm
A Salt Lake City homeowner thought she was getting the best deal after going with a contractor who offered her the lowest bid. But when he allegedly took off to another state with her deposit, she knew she had been scammed.
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Mystery check in mailbox is a scam, fraud experts say

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Sep 29th - 10:40pm
When KSL viewer Dirk Ewing received a mysterious check for $1,890, he knew something wasn't right and contacted the KSL Investigators. Turns out, the check was counterfeit and part of a pretty common international scheme.
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Property owner fined $25K for failing to clean up graffiti

Mike Headrick  |  posted Sep 22nd - 11:00pm
A property owner in West Valley City is getting slapped with huge fines by the city because of graffiti. He claims he's the victim of vandals, but city officials say the big bills are necessary — and they're working.
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'Pay up or go to jail' threat from IRS is a scam, investigators say

Debbie Dujanovic and Tania Mashburn  |  posted Aug 20th - 10:43pm
Callers posing as IRS agents claim taxpayers owe a lot of money in back taxes. If they don't pay up now, they'll be hauled off to jail. The real IRS says it's a fraud.
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Low-cost cash bail sparks complaints against Utah County judges

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Aug 18th - 11:10pm
Millions of dollars are paid each year for law enforcement to take criminals off the streets. But in Utah County, judges give many inmates a low-cost option to bail out of jail. The practice has created controversy and may wind up in a lawsuit.
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