Kyla Galer, KKTV 11 News

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KKTV 11 News

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Past articles by Kyla:

Homeowners beware: hail damage could increase carbon monoxide dangers

As we wake up to cold temperatures, experts are warning you to check your home for high levels of carbon monoxide - especially if you are recovering from this summer's hail damage. → Read More

El Paso County expecting another active flu season

A record number of people were hospitalized for the flu in El Paso County last year so health officials are urging community members to get vaccinated. → Read More

Two local convenient stores robbed within minutes

Colorado Springs Police say an armed robber hit up two local convenient stores early Thursday morning. He's still on the run. → Read More

Affordable housing increasingly difficult to find in Colorado Springs

More and more Springs families are struggling to find a place to live. → Read More

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Burglar smashes his way through Family Dollar Store

Police are looking for a man who burglarized a local store early Thursday morning. → Read More

Dealing with school threats

Kids are barely back in the classroom and some local school districts are already dealing with school threats. → Read More

Colorado Springs Firefighters using drones to help save lives

A lot of people use drones for fun but now some local firefighters are using them to keep the community safe. → Read More

Some Manitou Springs residents unhappy with Cog deal

Manitou Springs residents disgruntled over a deal between the town and The Broadmoor's parent company are taking action. → Read More

FDA could approve prescription drug made from marijuana plant

The U.S. could soon have its first marijuana-derived medicine. But some people are worried about how it could impact states like Colorado, where medical marijuana already exists. → Read More

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Crooks burglarize multiple Springs businesses

Brazen criminals smashed their way into three Springs businesses overnight, leaving plenty of destruction in their wake -- and their images on surveillance. → Read More

11-year-old 'gentle giant' battles rare tumor causing gigantism

Stone Sherwood, of Castle Rock, is your typical 11-year-old kid. Except for one thing. → Read More

CDOT again calling on drivers to pay attention as distracted driving becomes more deadly

It only takes those few seconds you use to glance at your phone to cause a crash or worse. → Read More

How to protect yourself and your home from wildfires

It doesn't take long for a wildfire to spread in Colorado, especially on a red flag warning day. 11 News is talking to experts about what you can do to protect your home and yourself. → Read More

Doctors worldwide looking into innovative new flu treatments

As deadly flu cases continue to tick upwards, doctors are working to come up with new treatments. → Read More

CSFD responding to record number of fires started by homeless

11 News is finding out what local law enforcement is doing about the record high number of homeless camp fires in Southern Colorado. → Read More

Southern Colorado schools dealing with teacher shortage

They're the people who educate America's future leaders and Colorado is having a hard time finding them. 11 News is finding out how the teacher shortage is impacting Southern Colorado. → Read More

New cell phone? Here's what you can do with your old one

If you're getting a new phone for the holidays, we're looking into all the ways you can get rid of your old one. → Read More

Only on 11: Parents of son who murdered his two younger siblings speak out

You can feel Melissa Murphy's pain as she talks about her children that were taken far too soon. → Read More

More beehives could soon be allowed in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs neighbors could soon have two beehives instead of just one. 11 News Reporter Kyla Galer talked to a beekeeper about what that means for the community. → Read More

Man takes plea deal for Pueblo slaying

A man pleaded guilty to reckless manslaughter and a weapon possession charge, dropping a charge of first-degree murder for the killing of 32-year-old Richard Martinez. → Read More