Matt Gephardt, KSL-TV | Posted July 26 - 9:00 a.m.
At its onset, the pandemic forced many of us to fix our own meals at home. Now, many restaurants are largely back in the swing of things, but new data suggests many customers are not about to drop home-cooked meals to come back.
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL-TV | Posted July 23 - 10:30 p.m.
Finding that sweet spot in booking a flight so that you're getting the best possible bang for your buck may seem more like an art than science. Real data reveals some do's and some don'ts about the best and worst times to book flights.
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL-TV | Posted June 15 - 11:26 a.m.
Flight times change all the time as airlines constantly tweak schedules to get the most bang for their buck. Those changes can throw a big wrench into your travel plans, but travel experts said you can also use them to snag much better flights.
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL-TV | Posted April 21 - 9:33 a.m.
If spam calls seem out of control to you, you are far from being alone. Utahns received over 35 million robocalls last month according to the YouMail Robocall Index – that's a robocall every 13.1 seconds.
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL-TV | Posted April 20 - 8:11 a.m.
When it comes to car insurance discounts, you might think of them as rewards for your skill behind the wheel. But the KSL Investigators found a slew of factors are completely out of your control and could wind up costing you a much higher premium.
Matt Gephardt, KSL-TV | Posted March 18 - 8:36 a.m.
Over the past year, KSL has reported on an eviction crisis: Renters who lost their jobs have faced losing their homes too. Now, some frightening new numbers show homeowners are also worried about making their housing payments.
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL-TV | Posted March 10 - 10:26 a.m.
Uber, Lyft and similar companies have had it especially rough during the COVID-19 pandemic. But while their industry lost billions over the past year, another industry is picking up the slack — car rentals.
Ultraviolet light sanitizers that promise to kill harmful viruses are selling like hotcakes. But can a device selling for as little as $40 pack enough ultraviolet wallop to kill a virus? And if so, is it safe to use?