Vendors contacted KBOI 2News furious about the Ribfest. It took place in Nampa two weeks ago. Now the Better Business Bureau is investigating the marketing company for the event.
A Boise man is having trouble getting a hold of family and friends because when he calls a different name shows up. After a month of trying to fix the issue the Truth Squad got results.
Rib Fest gets complaints from vendors.
A Boise woman saw an ad on Craigslist offering money in exchange for placing a Monster Energy Drink ad on her car.
James DeMello said he was driving on 84 near the Garrity exit when a rock the size of a baseball was thrown at his windshield, so he called 911.
Truth Squad wanted to get answers on who is behind letters claiming residents had been awarded two free airline tickets. When we showed up the travel company didn't want to talk.
After several personal documents of employees and customers were found thrown in a dumpster. Regis Salon admits mistakes were made, and procedures were not followed.
A Utah business owner became suspicious when he received a call from a Nampa business asking if he wanted to advertise for a high school.
If you have tried to get around Meridian the past few weeks you have probably noticed a lot of construction...but what if you couldn't get away from it
A Boise woman nearly lost all her retirement. She came dangerously close after falling for a creative pitch and called us to get the word out.
Finding an affordable rental home in McCall can be a challenge. So when one woman spotted a real deal she jumped on it, but it turned out to be a scam.
Renter says: “I got sinus infections.”
Boise man: sales offer looks like utility bill
There is a new senior center in Meridian and it's part of the new Kleiner Memorial Park. When the center was announced one group in particular was thrilled, but has since felt disappointment.
The posting advertises a car for sale. A person claims to be a soldier and talks about selling immediately before he is deployed.