Tania Mashburn and Mike Headrick | Posted Feb 8th - 10:54pm
You've likely seen the ads on Facebook offering stylish clothing at rock-bottom prices. But you might get a lot more, or a lot less, than you bargained for. KSL Investigators put nine retail sites to the test to see if they fit the bill.
Debbie Dujanovic and Torin Koos | Posted Feb 4th - 10:43pm
A company says its gaming machines at 60 locations across Utah are not gambling, rather a legal sweepstakes that complies with Utah law. KSL Investigators went undercover inside several gas stations to see how the machines operate.
Debbie Dujanovic and Tania Mashburn | Posted Dec 1st - 7:02pm
If you got a call saying you won a free night stay at a Marriott hotel, you're not alone. KSL Investigators heard from dozens of people who got the same call. It's the latest scam making the rounds in Utah.
Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn | Posted Nov 25th - 10:36pm
When you order fast food, how many times has that burger or burrito actually looked like the advertisement? KSL Investigator Mike Headrick goes on a fast-food run to find out if what you see is what you get and learns the tricks of fast-food styling.
Black Friday-adverse? KSL Investigators have put document searches on hold in favor of holiday shopping. Debbie Dujanovic got a sneak peek at Black Friday ads to see if you can get the same great deals from the safety of your sofa.
Debbie Dujanovic and Torin Koos | Posted Nov 24th - 1:15am
It's your first call in an emergency. So when KSL Investigators found out Salt Lake City's 911 Communications Bureau had been the focus of an investigation by the city, we obtained a copy of the findings.
From improved air to traffic, city cycling has known benefits. Salt Lake City is a committed backer of the bike share program. KSL Investigators follow your tax dollars because even if you don't ride, you could be paying for this public service.
It started years ago when a student and professor started brainstorming ideas for tracking intruders through walls using radio waves. Getting it on the market wasn't easy, but now homeowners can watch what's going on at home from far away.
Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn | Posted Nov 9th - 10:16pm
Your car gets totaled in an accident. It's towed to a salvage yard, never to be seen again. But what's left inside could come back to haunt you. KSL Investigators dig through hundreds of cars and turn up information that could wreck your identity.
With smartphones in hand and demand for streaming services exploding, you might be left with budget-busting cellphone bills – and don't know why. KSL Investigators uncovered a couple cell phone settings to check before an epic Netflix binge.
Utah businesses face a deadline mandated by banks and credit card networks to upgrade to EMV technology. The new readers work with new credit cards to create unique transaction codes that make fraud much more difficult than traditional cards.
Every NFL season, Deseret News sportswriter Randy Hollis and his buddies gather to draft players to their fantasy football teams. Hollis joins millions of Americans who play — some for bragging rights, others for money.
Tania Mashburn and Mike Headrick | Posted Sep 21st - 10:26pm
Last month, hundreds of Utah State University students were left scrambling to find housing just two weeks before school started. They signed up with a new apartment complex called The Factory, but construction delays left them in a lurch.
A new car seat that promises to remind parents there's a baby on board is hitting store shelves. It costs about $160 and has technology that sounds an alert when the car shuts off and a baby is strapped in the seat.
In less than two weeks, the fall semester will start at most schools in Utah. But the school year could be in question for roughly 300 students at Utah State University who just found out they don't have a place to live.