The KOMO 4 Problem Solvers are trying to help a teen from Rochester who got rear-ended and had to be rescued from a burning jeep.
Your tax dollars are paying the salary of a convicted drunk driver who's crashed his private car, twice, while intoxicated.
The troubled town of Pacific just found one million more problems.
The Navy is building a controversial explosives handling wharf to load and unload Trident nuclear missiles from submarines at Bangor, 15 miles west of Seattle.
Lice are bad enough, but now scientists say we're dealing with 'super lice." They don't wear capes, but they have evolved to thwart ways of getting rid of them.
Gina Grenier's home decorations are a Halloween and Christmas tradition, but this year she got the scare when doctors discovered a brain tumor.
The 16-inch pipe involved in Tuesday's break was 83 years old, but officials say that's actually fairly young by water pipe standards.
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.