Mark Stevens and Debbie Dujanovic, KSL TV | Posted May 8th - 7:20am
The cost of prescription drugs can make an unaffordable Utah even tougher to live in. But the KSL Investigators found it pays to shop around to cut down high prescription drug costs if you’re paying cash rather than going through insurance.
Debbie Dujanovic, Mark Stevens and Emiley Dewey, KSL TV | Posted Feb 27th - 10:42pm
If you have a family, you know grocery shopping can eat up a big chunk of your monthly budget. The KSL Investigators wanted to know if purchasing a warehouse membership would shave a significant amount of money off a family’s grocery budget.
Two separate Salt Lake County shootings are connected by one fact: They involved teenagers. The KSL Investigators rode along with the Metro Gang Unit to understand causes of a growing problem —children connected to gangs.
Phony tickets. Hidden user fees. Duplicated barcodes. Tickets to the Broadway musical "Hamilton" may be the hardest to come by, and tempting for scammers to try and take unwitting consumers for a ride.
Mark Stevens, KSL and Debbie Dujanovic, KSL TV | Posted Jan 16th - 10:49pm
Fire departments, 911 dispatchers and poison control centers get hundreds of calls every year regarding carbon monoxide poisoning. The gas is deadly, and KSL found a little-known Utah law is putting families at risk of being poisoned.
Utah taxpayers spent $266,000 on Christmas parties since 2014 for government workers. Records KSL obtained through a GRAMA request to 10 of the state's largest city and county governments show thousands of tax dollars spent on food and gift cards.
Debbie Dujanovic and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV | Posted Nov 20th - 11:05pm
With so many choices for kids, it makes it tough for parents to keep up with the latest apps. KSL took a closer look at some of the most popular apps out there and found there's a feature inside many of them that can put kids at risk.
Tania Mashburn and Mike Headrick, KSL TV | Posted Nov 15th - 10:43pm
If you're caught driving drunk, you pay the consequences. Get a citation, pay some fines and maybe even go to jail. But the KSL Investigators discovered there's one more step that thousands of drunk drivers are ignoring.