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For many college coaches, it pays to get fired. Over a 17-year period beginning in 2005, public universities have shelled out more than $1.1 billion in buying out the contracts of college coaches, according to an InvestigateTV analysis of NCAA financial data collected by Syracuse University. Most of that money was spent on football coaches who play at the highest level of Division I athletics. As football coaches' annual compensation now stretches into seven digits, massive severance payments also grow bigger and bigger.


According to the latest federal numbers natural disasters cost the U.S. $145 billion last year and as homeowners are left to pick up the pieces experts say scammers are poised to swoop in. Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman breaks down the warning signs you need to know.



Military members and veterans make a commitment to service, but many say they are being let down when it comes to financial protection. Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman looks into the more than 250,000 consumer complaints filed by service members, vets and their families and explains the impact credit mistakes can have on their future in the armed forces and lead to “Service Delayed”.


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Natural gas leaks have caused over 300 explosions since 2010. InvestigateTV covers what gas companies do and don’t have to report to the government. Next, an underground water leak is wasting millions of gallons of water every month, and we examine why the problem lingers. Plus, as utility bills continue to rise, we bring you tips on how to cut costs.

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InvestigateTV - InvestigateTV looks at DNA backlogs in crime labs and how they are hindering murder investigations. They also cover nationwide police shortages and their impact on police response times. Plus, hear how coroners are using CT scans to identify causes of death.

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Sometimes a surgeon is the salesman. InvestigateTV looks at a little-known set up where doctors also own medical-device companies, and how many patients are left in the dark. The team also looks at ways to save on medical bills and handle medical debt.

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InvestigateTV looks at how scandals and equine deaths have long plagued the sport of horseracing, but opinions differ on what is the best solution. The team also digs into the threat of deepfakes as the world gets more and more digital.

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The InvestigateTV team digs into potential problems with shopping on the web, such as online used car prices not matching those at the dealership and QR codes that may be more trouble than they’re worth. Also - what happens if you get locked out of your social media accounts and how one man’s dream car turned into a nightmare.

Investigations

Investigations

For many college coaches, it pays to get fired. Over a 17-year period beginning in 2005, public universities have shelled out more than $1.1 billion in buying out the contracts of college coaches, according to an InvestigateTV analysis of NCAA financial data collected by Syracuse University. Most of that money was spent on football coaches who play at the highest level of Division I athletics. As football coaches' annual compensation now stretches into seven digits, massive severance payments also grow bigger and bigger.

Investigations

After the deaths of 13 children over the last 12 years, this summer, Fisher-Price and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warned parents not to let their children sleep in certain rockers the company has made since the 1990s. Now, InvestigateTV has discovered that during a 2021 Congressional hearing, the company dodged questions about whether it currently had products on the market linked to children’s deaths.

Investigations

After the deaths of 13 children over the last 12 years, this summer, Fisher-Price and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warned parents not to let their children sleep in certain rockers the company has made since the 1990s. Now, InvestigateTV has discovered that during a 2021 Congressional hearing, the company dodged questions about whether it currently had products on the market linked to children’s deaths.

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InvestigateTV - InvestigateTV looks at DNA backlogs in crime labs and how they are hindering murder investigations. They also cover nationwide police shortages and their impact on police response times. Plus, hear how coroners are using CT scans to identify causes of death.