Updated: 7:28 PM The same folks who peddle tickets to rock concerts, Super Bowls, and Nascar events are now selling tickets to the swearing-in of Barrack Obama for thousands of dollars.
But beware supplies are limited and the tickets aren't even available yet.
Updated: 10:59 AM You may not know it, but you are defined by an ever-changing number attached to your name.
Your credit score or FICO is very important figure.
It can affect your ability to get a loan, your chance of getting a job, and even increase the interest rate you pay.
Here are five steps you can take to boost your FICO.
Updated: 12:25 AM If you're a Colorado Springs resident who's been ignoring your stormwater enterprise bills... the clock is ticking.
Last night city voters turned down Issue 200... the measure seeking to do away with the fees paid by property owners.
Updated: 2:18 PM In the race for president, a third name has prominently emerged... that of Joe the Plumber.
Joe is a wannabe small business owner, but he's come to represent the little guy looking to become his own boss.
So we talked to two "Joes from Colorado Springs" and compare how the corporate tax rate under Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain might impact them.
Posted: 9:45 AM Nissan says the recall includes 140,000 Nissan Altima cars from the 2007-2008 model years. It also involves 2007-2008 model years of the Infiniti EX35, G35 Sedan, G37 and the Nissan 350Z, Murano and Rogue.
Updated: 8:48 AM Lately your mailbox is being flooded with all kinds of campaign literature.
One mailer even has KKTV in it, but we want you to know... 11 News does not get involved in politics. We only report on it.
Posted: 1:35 PM One neighbor's angry with another because of the way he parks.
One resident doesn't like the number of campaign signs placed in a yard.
Is someone breaking the law? Where can you get concrete answers to these kind of issues?
A local chapter of the national not-for-profit group, Community Associations Institute can help iron out these kind of problems.
Updated: 11:04 PM These days talk of free gas gets your attention.
That's why a local car dealer is holding contests... offering prizes like free gas... to try and sell vehicles.
So who are the winners? We checked it out.
Posted: 6:59 PM A new review of car booster seats finds that some of them do a poor job of positioning children to fit in their seat belts.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute say 13 seats don't put children in the best position to be protected in a crash.
Updated: 11:05 PM After you've paid in full to have work done in your home... you don't expect a legal document... threatening action against your property.
But that's exactly what happened to about 200 homeowners in Colorado Springs.
They all hired Wright Total Indoor Comfort and paid the company.
Then they were put on notice by a supplier.
Updated: 10:43 AM Every month in El Paso County... two hundred more families sign up for food stamps.
Increased demand has not only placed a burden on the system... but also on those waiting for help.
Among them... a Colorado Springs woman who's been to just about every food pantry in town.
We set out to help her and others... who are suffering.
Posted: 8:52 PM The Consumer Product Safety Commission says Wal-Mart, Toys "R" Us, Kmart, Big Lots, Target, and J.C. Penney have recalled Simplicity's "close-sleeper/bedside sleeper" because the products pose a strangulation hazard.
Updated: 11:17 PM Imagine saving 60 to 70 percent on your weekly grocery bill and getting some items for free.
Sounds impossible, but members of an internet site called the Grocery Game say they've cut their bills in half.
See how Call For Action Reporter Betty Sexton did... competing against an experienced Grocer Gamer and hear what she learned.
Updated: 10:28 AM A Colorado Springs woman is on a mission to get to Belgium.
A rare, genetic condition means her best chance for treatment is thousands of miles away.
But her first step along that trip was blocked by a banking error.
Updated: 7:22 PM We're told a local company is at it again. Rocky Mountain Hyla employees are leaving notices on people's doors.
The bright orange note says, "Immediate contact required."
But we found the only urgency is the company's desire to sell you a combo vacuum cleaner and air purifier.
We talk to a woman who bought the product and wished she hadn't.
Posted: 5:07 PM The Weld County Sheriff's office says residents of the most heavily damaged area of tornado-stricken Windsor are reporting scammers offering fixes to their homes at unreasonable prices.
Updated: 12:38 PM A lawn care company doing business from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins is boasting about its new product. Mile Hi Services says Liquid Lawn Aeration produces amazing results and everyone who's tried it loves it.
With the help of hidden cameras and a testing lab 11 News has found it may not live up to its claims.