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An original member of the Channel 2 morning news team, Greg Nieto has been with Channel 2 and FOX31 since 2000! He currently reports on weeknights.

Born in Denver, raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Nieto has developed strong ties over the past 17 years, with organizations like M.D.A., M.A.D.D., Denver Dumb Friends League, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Colorado.

A life-long Broncos fan, he enjoys going to the games, volunteering or trying out a new craft brewery.

He is excited to see all the changes at 5280 and looks forward to hearing what stories make your heart sing!

You can email Greg at Gregory.Nieto@KDVR.com.


Recent Articles
  • Caught on camera: Delivery driver urinates on resident’s doorstep

    AURORA, Colo. — A homeowner in Aurora is angry about a recent delivery — and it was caught on camera. A package was dropped off, but it’s what the driver did afterward that has William Washington furious. His doorbell security system recorded the delivery driver urinating on the doorstep. He immediately called Amazon about what happened. On Wednesday, an Amazon spokesman said the driver no longer works for the company. “This does not reflect the high standards we have for delivery […]

  • Vail, Eldora delay openings; record snow at Jackson Hole

    DENVER — Lack of snow is forcing Vail Ski Resort to delay opening one week. Opening day was originally scheduled for Friday but it now will be Nov. 23. Eldora Mountain Resort is also delaying its opening by a week. Eldora is anxious to debut its $10 million makeover that includes a new lift that will let skiers and snowboarders do a lot more skiing and riding in less time. Meanwhile in Wyoming, record early-season snowfall is being reported at […]

  • New search underway in cold case of Denver woman who disappeared in 2013

    PUEBLO, Colo. — A new search began Wednesday in the cold case of a Denver woman who disappeared in Pueblo in 2013, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation said. Kelsie Schelling, 21, was eight weeks pregnant when she disappeared four years ago. The investigation and search for Schelling reopened because of recent leads in the case. Investigators are focusing on the areas near where Schelling was last known to be in southwest Pueblo. After almost five years, Schelling’s family sees these developments […]

  • Dozens of dogs, 15 cats from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico getting ready for adoption

    DENVER — They’re one step closer to finding their forever Colorado home. A few dozen dogs and 15 cats are going through exams, making sure all are adoptable. At last check, all should be good to go. On Tuesday night, more than 100 cats and dogs were flown in from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. They went to animal shelters up and down the Front Range. Most should be available for public view by this weekend.

  • Retired astronaut Scott Kelly shares experience of year in space at talk in Denver

    DENVER — For a man who has seen Earth from afar, Scott Kelly chose a church to tell his story. The retired astronaut held a Q-and-A at a downtown Denver church on Thursday night, and talked about the release of his book,  “Endurance.” The retired U.S. Navy captain has launched into space four times, three while commanding the International Space Station.

  • Veterans struggle to get around after temporary loss of bus stop

    DENVER — The sign clearly states work will take place at the RTD bus stop at South University Boulevard and East Iliff Avenue in southeast Denver. It’s now closed until the beginning of November and it could be the longest month ever for a group of military veterans who live nearby. The temporary loss of the bus stop, say the group of vets, forces them to walk several blocks north or south to the next nearest stop. It makes it […]

  • Court document details sexual assault allegations against Westminster police officer

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — A court affidavit details the sexual assault allegations a woman has made against a Westminster police officer. Officer Curtis Arganbright is accused of sexual assault and false imprisonment. The alleged incident happened in August. The newly released court documents say the 40-year-old officer drove the woman home from a hospital and the affidavit accuses him of sexually assaulting her near West 144th Avenue and Zuni Street in Broomfield. After the alleged assault, he’s accused of telling her, […]

  • 68-million-year-old triceratops up for sale

    DENVER — In a corral known more for cowboys and cowtails, it’s not the rocks and gems that are most ready to rock — and roll. One floor up and 60 million years back in time, crews and curators setting up a dino exhibit to see and to sell. The star of the shot: A 68-million-year-old triceratops.

  • Crews battle 2 large wildfires in Routt County

    ROUTT COUNTY, Colo. — Firefighters in northwest Colorado are hoping for another day of cooperation from Mother Nature as they battle two fires in Routt County. The Deep Creek Fire is about eight miles northeast of Hayden and 13 miles northwest of Steamboat Springs, and has consumed 2,086 acres with 0 percent containment as of Tuesday night. One ranch has had to be evacuated and structures that were immediately threatened have been evacuated. More resources are on the way to […]

  • Paper noose found hanging outside dorm room at CSU

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A Colorado State University student said he found a paper noose hanging from a rail outside of his dorm room. Elijah Thomas said he had seen hurtful images on TV, but he never expected to be confronted with it outside his dorm room. “Everything I say is a rep of myself. I don’t speak for Colorado State University,” Thomas said. An incident report was filed, but Thomas didn’t waste time calling out those who allegedly put […]

  • Metro-area fundraisers planned for Hurricane Harvey victims

    DENVER — Metro-area bars are coming to the aid of Hurricane Harvey victims. Society Sports and Spirits in lower downtown Denver and The Hornet on Broadway are planning fundraisers. The owner of Society Sports and Spirits is originally from Texas. The Hornet will host an all-day fundraiser on Thursday, with 25 percent of total net sales going to Harvey victims through the American Red Cross. Society is preparing a raffle for the Houston Texans’ regular-season opener, which will be televised […]

  • Woman dies after shooting at busy Aurora intersection Monday

    AURORA, Colo. — A woman died after a shooting at East Mississippi Avenue and South Havana Street on Monday night, the Aurora Police Department said. The shooting happened about 5:30 p.m. A woman in a white Chevrolet sedan was taken to a hospital where she later died. The name and age were not released pending notification of her family. Police said occupants in two vehicles traveling eastbound on East Mississippi Avenue were involved in the shooting and a subsequent accident […]