Updated: 1:57 PM Tonight a family is living in a million dollar house for free and the owners want them out. Now the El Paso County District Attorney's office is trying to figure out who's right. After KKTV 11News got a Call for Action, 11 news anchor Betty Sexton went to check it out.
Posted: 10:24 PM If you live in an older neighborhood you may be plagued by tree roots clogging up your sewer line. It was a big problem for one Springs woman who couldn't afford the fix until she hooked up with the right people. She eventually got free help which is readily available to others.
Updated: 10:56 PM When you take your baby to an emergency room you probably expect to see a doctor right away. But one local family was forced to wait and their baby girl did not survive.
Updated: 6:19 PM The address where two people were found dead following the Waldo Canyon Fire had no associated phone numbers registered for emergency notifications, according to the El Paso and Teller County 911 authority.
Updated: 5:58 PM A new scam in Southern Colorado is targeting families- some of them evacuees of the Waldo Canyon fire, who are looking for a new home.
Updated: 10:32 AM Investigators believe fire-starting devices found throughout Colorado Springs are the work of teenagers who are playing pranks, but they’re hanging onto every suspicious lead they find.
Updated: 11:03 PM An auto shop in Colorado Springs has come under fire from customers, the city and even the federal government.
Updated: 5:40 AM Authorities are looking for a fugitive accused of ripping off countless victims in Colorado Springs.
Updated: 5:49 AM With gas prices higher than ever, 11 News is asking questions about our traffic lights. Is the city doing enough to keep us moving from point A to Point B?
Posted: 7:58 AM The accused leader of an ID theft ring will face a judge Thursday. Scott Martin has been at the center of 11 News Call for Action investigations since 2010.
Updated: 7:02 AM An 11 News Investigation found sometimes Colorado Springs police weren't sending officers to the scene of car accidents. When we started asking questions, police changed their policy.
Posted: 11:26 AM A straw filled with Kool Aid powder and sugar Is the reason behind five students getting suspended from Falcon Middle School.
Updated: 9:10 AM Donnie Jackson's death was originally believed to be an accident - case closed. But we've learned the case was reopened after we began asking questions for an 11 News Investigation.
Posted: 5:33 PM A new study found higher levels of lead in hundreds of lipsticks than a similar study four years ago.
Updated: 11:09 PM Through fees and fundraising, families are being asked to pay more and more to support their child's public education. The increasing costs could signal the beginning of a tough road for students and schools.
Posted: 6:22 PM Investigators are continuing to work to trace the travels of a 9-year-old girl who went missing for about 14 hours and turned up more than 50 miles from home.
Updated: 6:08 AM A woman got an e-mail purporting to be from the FBI and believed it. The mistake cost her thousands of dollars.
Updated: 5:56 PM Next time you stay in a hotel you could become the victim of a crime. A sneaky scam targeting hotel guests made the BBB's top ten scams of 2011 list.
Updated: 6:47 AM Colorado tops the charts. It's number one in a Federal Trade Commission report, but it's a list we really want to avoid. Based on our population, more Coloradoans have filed fraud complaints than folks in any other state. It's one reason authorities have formed a new network to better serve victims of fraud and identity theft.
Posted: 12:33 PM Imagine your personal computer in the hands of the wrong person, who now has access to all your financial information, not to mention photographs and other intimate secrets.
Posted: 12:31 PM An update to an 11 News investigation we first brought you last week. The city and county spent thousands of dollars sending representatives to Washington D.C., some of the travel was on the taxpayers' tab.
Posted: 12:37 PM Teenagers say it destroyed their lives. Parents say they never saw it coming. A dangerous drug has found its way into some of the top schools in Colorado Springs.