Several small businesses in the Treasure Valley gave the owner of Sector Marketing money to advertise in a community phone book. The problem? The phone book never arrives.
A Boise woman says she was stunned after opening her phone bill and finding a lot of extra charges, and she has no idea where they came from or how a company she knows nothing about could expect money from her.
After buying a motorcycle in November, David Hoffman headed to the DMV to get it on the road. What he found out has him shaking his head.
KBOI 2 News paid $15 for an old fax machine. We found it at a local thrift store, and if we were crooks on the prawl we would now have a wealth of private information.
After watching a Truth Squad report, a viewer steps in to help a Nampa woman in need.
Boise math teacher crunches the numbers; gamers play on
Under Idaho law people who sell things door-to-door must have a permit. One reason for that is to keep criminals out of your home. The problem is not everyone follows the law and that puts you in jeopardy.
A ceiling collapse leaves a Nampa woman and her son without living room furniture.
Emmett businesses say they have been targeted by a scam artist who has also targeted several other small communities like Homedale and Council.
A man cut his to on a chunk of missing sign in the North End.
Almost everyone with a computer has gotten an error message at some point, but what if your software company called to fix the problem for free? That's what one Caldwell woman thought was happening to her. However, she was mistaken.
Rent troubles have escalated for a Meridian busienss. We told you about the dance studio in September. It got the green light on playing music, but after some complains are now being told to turn it off.
McDonald comes back to Boise to make up for not performing in September, but some are still upset they didn't get a refund.
The Community Phone Book appears to be a scam. The Truth Squad first told you about the company behind it in May and has a disturbing update.
Some say bus stops put kids in harms way