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Gephardt: Confusion has some trashing their stimulus money

Matt Gephardt, KSL TV  |  Posted Jun 4th - 8:46am

Many people’s stimulus checks were directly deposited into their bank account while others got a paper check from the IRS, which came in clearly identifiable envelopes showing they were from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

Gephardt: Most price gouging complaints aren’t criminal, investigators find

Matt Gephardt, KSL TV  |  Posted Jun 1st - 9:52am

Utah has received hundreds of complaints of price gouging amid the pandemic, but officials have only taken action on four of those cases.

Gephardt: How solar panels affect loans, refinancing and selling your home

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted May 29th - 10:41am

Home solar panels are enjoying their day in the sun. A recent Pew Research Center survey found nearly half of homeowners have given serious thought to adding solar power in the past year.

KSL Investigators explore 2012 Ogden officer-involved shooting that led to law changes

Brittany Glas, KSL TV  |  Posted May 29th - 8:11am

Eight years after the Ogden Police Department was involved in one of the worst officer-involved incidents in the state’s history, the KSL Investigators re-examined the case to determine what changes have been made since the devastating case.

Gephardt: Are you getting the internet speeds you are paying for?

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted May 21st - 10:39am

With many Utahns still working from home and students still being taught online, home internet speeds have become a big concern.

Gephardt: BBB warning dental company is taking money, not providing products

Matt Gephardt and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted May 20th - 11:46am

SmileLove, a Utah-based company selling custom teeth alignment treatments by mail, is now the focus of an alert issued by the Better Business Bureau of Northern Nevada and Utah.

KSL Investigates: COVID-19 impact on college applications

Brittany Glas, KSL TV  |  Posted May 19th - 9:18am

Graduation will look very different for the 2020 graduating high school class. However, those students aren’t the only ones impacted by COVID-19.

Gephardt: Food delivery apps don’t clearly disclose markups

Matt Gephardt and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted May 18th - 9:18am

A St. George business decided to call KSL Investigators after seeing their food prices were marked up when using a delivery app.

Gephardt: Mortgage relief options available, but you have to ask for them

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted May 15th - 8:42am

Many lenders are offering programs to keep homeowners in their homes but there is a key step many have not taken yet – contacting their mortgage companies.

Gephardt: Businesses feel confusion with COVID-19 safety requirements

Matt Gephardt and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted May 12th - 9:31am

As businesses reopen, one thing is clear — there’s a lot of confusion over the new COVID-19 safety requirements that have to be followed.

KSL Investigates: State COVID-19 contracts exceed $67 million

Brittany Glas, KSL TV and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted May 7th - 8:54am

This week, more details about the contracts related to the development of the “Healthy Together” app and TestUtah.com are drawing criticism from lawmakers.

KSL Investigates: What can antibody testing tell us about immunity?

Mike Headrick, KSL TV and Tania Dean, KSL TV  |  Posted May 5th - 10:28am

Scientists around the world have a question, “who is immune to COVID-19, and can that knowledge help us get life back to normal?”

Gephardt: How to disinfect your car to keep COVID-19 from spreading

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted May 5th - 8:45am

One of the best defenses for preventing the spread of COVID-19 is social distancing, but that isn’t always possible inside our cars. So, how do you properly disinfect your car?

KSL Investigates COVID-19’s impact on fighting crime in Utah

Brittany Glas, KSL TV and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted May 1st - 8:02am

Many things have changed since COVID-19 forced stay-at-home orders and social distancing. Crime is one of them.

If you contract COVID-19 at work, can you sue your boss?

Matt Gephardt, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 30th - 8:44am

Some employees will be called back to the workplace while the COVID-19 pandemic is still going on. But what rights will they have if they get sick?

Gephardt: When the show won’t go on, what recourse do you have for a refund?

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 28th - 12:17pm

This pandemic is changing all our plans. Many eagerly anticipated shows and events have been canceled or postponed. But the KSL Investigators have heard from many Utahns who say they can’t get a refund on those shows.

KSL Investigates: Will the hope of a COVID-19 vaccine be derailed by mistrust?

Mike Headrick, KSL TV and Tania Dean, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 24th - 7:51am

Scientists around the world are working on a vaccine to fight COVID-19. But when it’s finally created, will you take the vaccine?

Gephardt: Insurance companies not paying business interruption claims

Matt Gephardt and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 23rd - 9:47am

Many businesses have an insurance policy that specifically covers business interruption, but as one South Jordan man found out, insurance companies are not paying business interruption claims tied to the coronavirus.

Gephardt: 'Property Watch' aims to stop deed fraud in Salt Lake County

Matt Gephardt, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 22nd - 9:36am

Salt Lake County officials have launched a new tool aimed at making sure homeowners aren’t caught off guard by deed fraud.