There are good reasons for an insurance company to drop your homeowner’s coverage. But what happens when you’re dropped for something you have no control over? KSL Investigator Matt Gephardt went out to find: can they do that?
Senate Bill 174, passed by the Utah Legislature in 2020, was crafted, in part, to send a message. Now, medical and legal experts are sounding alarm bells about how it will work in practice.
Gephardt Busts Inflation: Americans shy away from using credit cards abroad, missing out on best exchange ratesAs COVID-19 wanes, travel agencies are seeing a massive spike in bookings as folks look to spread their wings and travel abroad.
A perk of hitting that out-of-pocket max limit on your health insurance is usually, your insurance covers all other expenses for the year 100%. When a Highland couple continued to get bills, they asked KSL Investigator Matt Gephardt for help.
It's been a rough year for cryptocurrencies. Prices reached record heights this past November, but by last week, crypto has lost $2 trillion of its market value. Now, there's a new plan for the Feds to regulate cryptocurrencies.
Researchers found that 91% of all coupons are old-fashioned paper coupons. That’s a problem when you compare it to consumer demand.
When you sign up for internet, you need a modem to connect and router for your home's Wi-Fi. But most internet service providers charge you to use their equipment, on top of what you pay for their plan. But did you know you can buy your own and potentially save hundreds of dollars? The thing is, it’s not necessarily that simple.
Prosecutors said Wednesday that Republican State Senate candidate Brandon Beckham violated a court order by emailing the woman he is charged with sexually abusing.
‘Who else could it be happening to?’: Utah family discovers caseworker’s report riddled with inaccuraciesUtah's Division of Child and Family Services is tasked with keeping children in difficult situations safe. But a Utah man says a report DCFS filed regarding his family is riddled with inaccuracies. That's why he reached out to the KSL Investigators.
A public spat between elected officials in Utah County has drawn new attention to a 2012 child sexual abuse case that never went to trial. Now, the KSL Investigators have obtained courtroom audio recordings that provide insight as to why the charges were dropped.
Getting dinner on the table was rarely simple before high inflation hit the economy, but for millions of families, it has become a downright financial struggle.
After a pandemic spike in fatal crashes, Utahns with a lead foot now face heftier fees and a possible criminal charge under a new state law that took effect in May. Troopers cited 70 motorists for reckless driving, a misdemeanor, in the first month.
Gephardt Busts Inflation: How a little maintenance can save you big on appliance repairs or replacementsWhen it comes to our expensive appliances breaking, there is another option besides repair or replace. Maintenance.
The Utah County Attorney’s Office released new data Friday showing prosecution rates for cases involving sexual violence.
You walk up to the counter, order your food, and pay. Then the moment of truth: to tip or not to tip? Maybe it’s not somewhere you used to tip before. KSL Investigates why it’s expected now, and how much Utahns are paying.
Bed rails have killed three elderly people federal regulators said, yet they are not being recalled this time.
Investors say to hold off on selling, even when the market starts to dip, you might get a good return when it rises.
Turns out, when plows from multiple agencies work the same area, knowing who is responsible for the damage is not always clear cut.
Apps and loyalty programs are important marketing tools for companies - that can pay off for you.
More than $266 million from Johnson & Johnson and three major drug distributors will flow to Utah under a settlement resolving claims they fueled the opioid epidemic. But as the KSL Investigators have learned, one critic fears the state’s strategy ultimately cost us millions.
In one Utah school district, some security-related construction projects have fallen behind schedule.
Lots of people are not afraid to call out water wasters. But are those complaints to water officials investigated? And does anything happen to stop the waste? KSL Investigator Matt Gephardt went fishing for answers.
The website Time2play, which has been investigating junks calls, agreed to share their data with the KSL Investigators.
Gas prices across the country have never been higher, but KSL Investigates looks into how you can still save some money.
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