InvestigateTV - Season 2; Episode 4

InvestigateTV - InvestigateTV looks at a weedkiller that protects some crops while wiping out acres on other farms - hear how Dicamba is dividing the agricultural community. Next, military housing at Fort Gordon is making service members’ families sick. We share their stories. Plus, scammers posing as your doctor’s office. We have expert advice to keep you safe. WHERE TO WATCH ICYMI – Watch last week’s episode.

Growing Concern: Farmers across America are at odds over a chemical herbicide that’s saving some crops but damaging and killing others. That chemical is called dicamba, and it’s been a huge point of contention in the agriculture community in recent years. While it can save some corn, soybean, grass and other crops that have become resistant to other weedkillers, the highly volatile chemical can drift for miles, landing on other properties and harming other farmers’ crops. In the end, it all affects our food. Reporter Joce Sterman speaks with one farmer who uses the chemical and one who says his orchard is the victim of “dicamba drift” from neighboring farms. Plus, she digs into the number of dicamba complaints mounting across the country.

Military Housing Problems: For over a decade, our investigative team in Augusta, Georgia has exposed things like mold and gas issues at Fort Gordon’s legacy homes.Now it’s found these issues in Fort Gordon’s newest neighborhood, which means the company in charge of housing on post, may no longer be able to blame these problems on aging buildings.

Air Tags and Stalking: A device meant to help you find your wallet and keys, now is being used by stalkers and thieves. Our investigative team speaks with a stalking victim and tells you how to protect yourself.

Watching Your Wallet - Doctor Spoofing: Fraudulent phone calls cost consumers nearly $700 million last year, according to the Federal Trade Commission. The latest attack through your phone is scammers posing as your doctor’s office and probing for critical information. In this Watching Your Wallet, Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman gets advice to help you avoid what experts call “ID Spoofing”.