Jenna Middaugh, KKTV 11 News

Jenna Middaugh

KKTV 11 News

Janesville, WI, United States

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Past articles by Jenna:

Voice of the consumer: In a hot housing market, some scammers target those looking to move

The housing market is hot right now, so a lot of people are moving. That also means scammers are looking for any way to capitalize on this trend. → Read More

Another Colorado Springs senior apartment complex sold, rents raised

In less than a year, a second senior apartment complex has been sold and the rents raised. 11 News spoke with one man who was impacted both times. → Read More

Voice of the consumer

If it sounds too good to be true, unfortunately it probably is. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: Senior Law Day to offer free legal advice on Saturday

Senior Law Day is scheduled to be held Saturday, Sept. 18 at the Colorado Springs Senior Center. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: In the wake of tragedy, ensure your dollars go to those in need

Before you donate to a charity, the Better Business Bureau wants to make sure you do your homework. → Read More

Voice of the Consumer: Free retirement series to prepare El Paso County residents for next life stage

In the next decade, one in every five Americans will be retirement age, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It also said by 2030, all Baby Boomers will be older than 65. → Read More

DA’s Office warns homeowners about contractor fraud

For this month's "Financial Friday" event, the 4th Judicial District Attorney's Office is talking about contractor fraud. → Read More

Colorado Springs nonprofit believes scammers are spoofing phone number

Colorado Springs nonprofit One Nation Walking Together said it believes scammers are using its phone number, 719-329-0251. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: Don’t break the bank for back-to-school shopping

11 Digital Anchor Jon Wiener spoke with a Consumer Reports expert about ways to save money while back-to-school shopping. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: Help for El Paso County residents navigating the eviction process

The CDC issued a new order earlier this month temporarily halting evictions in counties with heightened levels of COVID-19 transmission. That applies to most counties in Colorado, including El Paso County. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: Scammers pose as utility employees during hot-weather months

So far this year, Colorado Springs Utilities says its customers have reported losing more than $5,500 to scammers. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: Colorado organizations launch program to deter catalytic converter thieves

Catalytic converter thefts have skyrocketed around the country. Colorado is the first state to start a program to prevent thieves from stealing them. → Read More

Colorado to get $300M from new opioid settlement

Colorado's Attorney General announced a $26 billion nationwide opioid settlement Wednesday that will likely bring $300 million to the state for opioid treatment, recovery and prevention efforts. → Read More

‘It’s peace of mind’: Silver Key gets donations to add more security measures following 11 Call For Action report

11 Call For Action report helps bring in donations after local nonprofit's catalytic converters were stolen. → Read More

DA’s Office launches ‘Financial Fridays’ to educate community about financial crimes

The DA's Office will be sharing tips to avoid economic crimes one Friday a month. → Read More

IRS: Beware of scammers trying to cash in on Child Tax Credit payments

Beware of scammers trying to steal your personal information using the Child Tax Credit payments as bait. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: Lawyers set to give out free family law tips

Friday, you can learn more about how to handle family law issues in the court system. → Read More

Voice of the consumer: At long last, Colorado Springs nonprofit benefiting seniors to celebrate 50 years

Silver Key Senior Services hit a big milestone last year: 50 years of serving the Pikes Peak region. A special gala was supposed to take place to celebrate, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the big event was rescheduled to this year. → Read More

‘We are the first to try anything like this’: AAA, Colorado team up to tackle catalytic converter thefts

AAA and the Colorado Auto Theft Prevention Authority are teaming up to offer free serial number stickers to help prevent catalytic converters from being stolen. → Read More

DOD COVID-19 vaccine recipients officially entered into Colorado’s $1 million vaccine lottery drawing

People vaccinated through the Department of Defense were officially included in the state's 4th Colorado Comeback Cash $1 million vaccine lottery. → Read More