Updated: 4:44 AM
- When victims of rape begin their road to recovery they never expect to get stuck with a bill for going to the hospital to get checked out. One local woman got slapped with nearly $2,000 worth of bills she didn't know how she was going to pay.
- There are some ruthless criminals out there, using a scam to target the elderly. Two women are going door to door in local neighborhoods, posing as workers from the El Paso County Health Department.
- A major university study shows there's good reason to know what kinds of helmets your kids are wearing, as concussions continue to be a top concern for football players of all ages. An 11 Call for Action Investigation explains how the helmets stack up to a season of collisions on the gridiron.
- One local high school says they've seen the number of pot related incidents skyrocket this school year, going from just a handful in previous years to more than a dozen in the first two months of class.
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