Christine Cameron worried power line upgrades on her property could harm her animals. But the Skagit County horse owner felt her fears were falling on deaf ears until the Problem Solvers got involved.
Elsie Smith is having an estate sale this weekend even though she'd rather not. She needs money to do something very important. And if that means selling all of her belongings to get it done, then so be it.
Last May, no one could understand why a UW college student jumped to his death on campus. His parents say he did it because of a relatively unknown medical condition that they want you to know about.
Nothing marks the spot where Air Force veteran Sgt. Gregory Vandal has been laid to rest. Vandal, who was a father and a husband, died of cancer in 2010.
Community health leaders insist we are in the midst of a public health crisis that most people have never heard of.
There is no police officer and no warning; just a speeding ticket in the mail. That's the way it works in four Seattle school zones. One North Seattle driver saw one such traffic camera snapping a photo when he drove by some 90 minutes before the start of school.
Viewers instantly responded and sent the Problem Solvers shopping to get several new tutus and superhero capes.
A generous community has come to the aid of a disabled woman who was robbed just as she was able to rise out of homelessness.
A heartless thief stole a disabled woman's moving van - just as she was about to rise out of homelessness to a better life.
The announcement comes in the wake of a Problem Solvers investigation into Kiewit/General/Manson's tugboats, which have been stirring up potentially toxic sediment at the bottom of Lake Washington.
More than 100 cars were damaged by heavy ice falling from the Port Mann Bridge just outside Vancouver, and the transportation minister blames the bridge builder, Kiewit Construction.
Charlie Cole suffers from a rare form of leukemia. Juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia, or JMML, has him in and out of Seattle Children's Hospital several times a week for treatment. But getting Charlie to and from the hospital has been a challenge -- that is, until one generous family decided to help.
Drew Mullee was severely injured by a bomb blast while serving in Afghanistan, but his heart and soul were strong and set on recovery.
A Bonney Lake woman has found a unique way to help sick children forget they're fighting for their lives, but she could use some help.
Lorraine Trout turns 90 on Christmas Eve. But burned in her memory is the Christmas present she received in 1933 and the sounds of the Salvation Army Band.