A great grandmother got fed up getting toll bills in the mail for a floating bridge she doesn't even use, so she turned to the KOMO 4 Problem Solvers for help.
Some Bremerton residents were forced out of their apartment with hardly time to pack their bags after it was discovered their apartment building had suffered water damage, dry rot and pests.
Centralia homeowner, Joan Lankow, has a rat problem. She keeps a clean yard and doesn't know why the property has been overrun.
Mary Donald is finally putting her two bedrooms back together and getting her apartment back in shape.
A teenager who had been in a coma since a July hit and run is finally awake, and his mom hopes it's just the first step in his recovery.
Friends will tell you, Dale Vitiaz has a big heart. Dale is more likely to describe his heart as sick.
A suspect accused of stealing donations for a sick baby is in jail Friday night after a viewer recognized him on television.
The move comes after a KOMO 4 Problem Solvers investigation uncovered a loophole that allows suspected puppy mills to avoid inspection.
There is more trouble for one of the big concrete pontoons that are destined to hold up the new 520 floating bridge.
The price tag for problems with the new 520 bridge is finally in, and it's a whopper. Nearly $400 million in potential costs overruns, all coming out of taxpayers' pockets.
A mother is asking for help after her 15-year-old son was seriously injured in a hit and run crash. Trevon Crease-Holden is still in a coma and no arrests have been made.
Sunday was a bittersweet homecoming for a man who is in a coma and clinging to life. Rory Stevenson moved to Arizona for a new job in May, then became infected with the West Nile Virus.
The retirement home where horses rehab, get adopted or transition into a new career is in jeopardy after the owner is struggling to make a mortgage payment.
A KOMO 4 Problem Solvers investigation into a moving company has helped reunite a family with some of its cherished belongings, but she's still missing 61 boxes and there is a lot of damage.
WSDOT acknowledged a design error in February that led to cracks in the initial cycle of concrete pontoons, which also required modifications to the second construction cycle to meet the new bridge's 75-year design life.