Cleaning a messy situation

After months of complaints, the City of Toledo finally helped an elderly woman clear a trash pile in her yard, with a little help from Call 11 For Action. The trash had been illegally dumped by a neighbor. While the city did initially fine the neighbor, he passed away...

Righting the record

A Providence woman wants her aging husband to receive a military burial when the time comes, as befitting his service in the Korean War. The only problem was that the couple couldn’t find any documents with confirmation of military service, until Call 12 For Action...

Warranty woes, now a fixed fridge

Despite paying for a warranty, a Cape Cod man found himself playing the waiting game when it came to getting his broken refrigerator fixed. WBZ Call 4 Action got the problem solved in less than an hour. After the man hit several “dead ends” and was told repairs would...

When your house is not your own

When, if ever, can the government sieve your property? On this week’s episode, Call For Action President, Shirley Rooker, discusses eminent domain with Professor Ilya Somin of the George Mason University School of Law, including what rights you have as a property...

CFA helps cremation clients

When a Wisconsin cremation service moved across state lines, local consumers who had already made arrangements with the company were worried they were out hundreds, sometimes even thousands. A Call For Action investigation reached a happy conclusion when it was...

A home run for kids

A Call For Action Sandlot. When a Toledo youth baseball team had difficulty getting the city government to mow the field, Call For Action stepped in to help the underdogs out. Coaches and parents reported that the grass was getting so high that the team was losing...