KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports to look at the best priced and tasting holiday wines!
KBOI Problem Solvers look at how smartphones and apps can connect your kids and teens with strangers online.
Consumer Reports and KBOI break down the changes of television technology for shoppers in the market for TVs.
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports for a look at how student loans are affecting younger Americans and how to manage the debt.
KBOI teams up with Consumer Reports for a look at the best robotic vacuums on the market.
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports and investigate popular supplements.
KBOI teams up Consumer for a look at some misleading labels.
KBOI Problem Solvers and Consumer Reports team up to look at some of the big holiday tech toys for kids.
KBOI teams up with Consumer Reports and looks into the benefits and some disadvantages of taking daily supplements and vitamins.
KBOI Problem Solvers and Angie's List look at how new companies are taking your old pictures and making turning them into digital images.
KBOI Problem Solvers look at important criteria when hiring a pet sitter.
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Angie's List for tips when it's the time to lease a car
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Angie's List to look at how important it is to keep your home up to code.
This is mosquito season, but the KBOI Problem Solvers look at ways to prevent mosquitoes from invading your yard.
Alana Brophy anchors "KBOI 2news This Morning" and loves waking up with Treasure Valley! You can also catch Alana answering your consumer concerns with her Problem Solvers Reports. As a Problem Solver, Alana is not afraid to ask the tough questions and get to the bottom of an issue.
KBOI Anchor Alana Brophy spots a fake ad for a rental house on Craigslist.
Consumer Reports teams up with the KBOI Problem Solvers to decipher helpful food labels and some that may seem misleading.
KBOI's Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports for a look at the best security apps for your mobile devices.
The KBOI Problem Solvers look into a child ID app put out by the FBI. The app puts safety and vital information in the palm of your hand in the face of an emergency or disappearance.
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports for a look at the best tissues on store shelves.
Did you know your printer can be using ink that never makes it onto a page? The KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports for a look at the best printers on the market.
The KBOI Problem Solvers have taken plenty of calls and emails about the pain at the pump, but after teaming up with Consumer Reports, we found there are ways to go farther on a gallon of gas.
Looking for a cool brew? KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports for a taste test on independent beers.
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports to test smaller, quick pick up vacuums and determine which perform well.
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! But which scooper can help you out the most? KBOI Problem Solvers teams up with Consumer Reports to get the sweet answer.
Local artist turns to KBOI Problem Solvers to help her collect unpaid wages by local company, Fusion Magazine.
We all know the rule: ride a bike, wear a helmet. It could save your life. It can reduce the risk of head injury by as much as 85 percent. For that helmet to protect you, it needs to be worn properly.
The KBOI Problem Solvers look into ways to avoid becoming a victim of garage theft.
KBOI and the Problem Solvers look into red flags when it comes to hiring a moving company.
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports and bring you the best lawn mowers on the market.
KBOI Problem Solvers look at expenses to consider while budgeting for braces.
KBOI Problem Solvers look at the Consumer Reports tests which pick the best sunscreen and sunscreen spray.
While many say they are careful about what they share, this ATM posts has more than half a million shares on Facebook.
The phone calls are not limited your landline, and some Idahoans say they've experienced an increase in telemarketing calls on their cell phones.
All ground beef is marked and distributed following USDA standards. KBOI spoke with the Traci Bracco, executive director of the Idaho Beef Council, who explained meat is inspected on a federal level.
An investigation into reusable grocery bags with shocking results, showing even with routine washing, you and your family can still get sick from recyclable bags.
Dr. Jason Hedges, a urologist with OHSU, said over the past two years he’s seen a 30-40 percent increase in men coming to him looking for testosterone supplements.
The Oregon Department of Transportation rented the house and posed as people moving because it says it gets a ton of complaints about illegal movers.
Right now, Portland is the largest non-fluoridated metro area in the country. Voters are deciding whether to allow the city to add fluoride to their water and the issue has families lining up on both sides.
Helmets are a must when kids are active outside riding bikes or playing Little League. But could you be exposing your kids to an itchy infestation – head lice.