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KSL Investigates: Are higher-priced dog foods better for your pet?

Sloan Schrage, KSL TV and Debbie Dujanovic, KSL TV  |  Posted Jul 10th - 6:28pm

When the KSL Investigators learned much of the nutritional testing that’s been done on dog food has been done by the food makers themselves, we independently tested dog food bought at the supermarket to see if buying the cheapest dog food cheats your dog out of nutrition.

KSL Investigates: Do you know these newlyweds? We have photos they paid for, but never got

Mike Headrick, KSL TV  |  Posted Jun 7th - 7:02am

This follow-up story requires help from our viewers and readers to hopefully get wedding photos to the newlyweds who never received them.

KSL investigates: Thousands of Utah motorists could be incorrectly targeted as uninsured

Debbie Dujanovik and Mark Stevens, KSL TV  |  Posted Jun 6th - 7:31am

A KSL investigation found tens of thousands of Utah motorists could be pulled over and ticketed because a state-contracted database mislabels them as uninsured.

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Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL  |  Posted May 10th - 9:29am

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A little detective work can save you hundreds on prescription medications

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.

KSL Investigates: Runaway bridal photographer leaves Utah couples without wedding photos

Mike Headrick, KSL TV  |  Posted May 4th - 7:39am

Some wedding photos turn out great, some turn out not as great, and as newlyweds Shari and Brayden Dunaway found out, some don’t turn out at all.

KSL Investigates: How to prevent crooks from using your cellphone number to hack your identity

Debbie Dujanovic, KSL TV  |  Posted May 1st - 7:22am

Cyber crooks have another way to steal your identity and money, take over your social media and get access to your personal information and financial records. It’s your cellphone number.

KSL Investigates: State failures to enforce texting and driving law

Debbie Dujanovik and Emiley Dewey, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 27th - 7:19am

When Leslee Henson Rasmussen runs these days, she makes sure she’s running against traffic. If a car ever comes barreling toward her like it did five years ago, she wants to see it coming.

Davis County man receives traffic ticket with another person’s social security number

Mike Headrick, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 17th - 11:39am

What if you receive a ticket that turns out to be one big mistake? And could it lead to even worse trouble? A Davis County man contacted the KSL Investigators when it happened to him.

KSL Investigates: Which new schools may be putting students in ‘smog zone’

Tania Dean, KSL TV  |  Posted Apr 3rd - 7:40am

Utah is known for having some of the worst air in the country at times, and that bad air can be especially bad for kids.

KSL Investigates: Is your warehouse membership worth the cost to shop?

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.

Population growth creating apartment affordability crisis in Utah

Mark Stevens, KSL TV and Debbie Dujanovic, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 26th - 10:26pm

Utah's growing economy comes at a cost: As more people move to Utah, apartment prices are rising faster than wages.

KSL Investigates: Growing number of children in gangs

Mark Stevens, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 15th - 10:40pm

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.

KSL Investigates: Mother seeks change to law after 5-day-old baby treated for CO poisoning

Mark Stevens, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 14th - 9:00am

A Utah family had to treat their five-day-old infant in a hyperbaric chamber for carbon monoxide poisoning. Their apartment did not have a CO detector.

KSL Investigates: Outsmarting your smart TV

Mark Stevens, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 8th - 10:40pm

Smart TV's come loaded features to make consumers lives easier, but the features can also invade consumers privacy.

KSL Investigators: How to avoid being scammed when buying tickets to 'Hamilton'

Mark Stevens, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 5th - 11:00pm

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.

KSL TV investigation prompts bill on dumpster drug disposal

Tania Mashburn and Mike Headrick, KSL TV  |  Posted Jan 25th - 10:45pm

Dangerous drugs thrown out with the trash. A KSL investigation prompts a Utah lawmaker to propose changes in the law, and a father says it could have saved his son's life.

Utah law: Gov't can't force landlords to provide CO detectors

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.

How much taxpayer money are Utah cities spending on holiday parties?

Mark Stevens, KSL  |  Posted Dec 21st - 10:43pm

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.

KSL Investigates: The pros and cons of dollar store shopping

Debbie Dujanovic, KSL TV  |  Posted Dec 6th - 10:52pm

KSL TV’s investigative team went shopping for more than a hundred items at five dollar stores across Salt Lake County. Here’s what they discovered.