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Kami Carmann began at FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 as a sports reporter in September 2011 and returned to the air in January 2012.

Carmann came to FOX31 and Channel 2 from KMGH, the ABC affiliate in Denver, where she spent three years from 2008-11 as the weekend sports anchor. She returned to her hometown of Denver after stints at WTVF – Newschannel 5 in Nashville, Tenn., WLFL in Raleigh, N.C. and KHGI – NTV in Kearney, Neb.

She graduated from the University of Colorado in 2001 with a double degree in Journalism and Psychology. She was a four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain of the women’s basketball team at CU, returning the program to NCAA Tournament her senior season after three year absence.

She was born in Littleton, Colo., and attended Arapahoe High School in Centennial. She and her husband, Curtis, live in Erie with their twins Sam and Lucy and little brother Cooper, in addition to three dogs, Sherman, Day-Z and Rocky.

Recent Articles
  • Furniture Row Racing, Martin Truex Jr. and Erik Jones combine for top 15 finish

    FONTANA, Calif. — It was a solid day for Furniture Row Racing but late-race issues prevented even better finishes for Martin Truex Jr. and rookie Erik Jones in Sunday’s Auto Club 400. Truex, who led four times for 73 laps and posted finishes of second and first in the opening two segments, brought home a fourth-place result in his No. 78 Bass Pro Shops/TRACKER Boats Toyota. It was a career-best finish for Truex at Auto Club Speedway in 17 starts. […]

  • The Colorado Avalanche fired head Coach Joe Sacco this weekend after missing the playoffs for the third consecutive year.

    Avalanche headed to Gabriel Landeskog’s hometown next season

    NEW YORK – Colorado Avalanche Captain Gabriel Landeskog is going home. The Stockholm, Sweden native will play for the first time in his home country wearing an NHL sweater. The Colorado Avalanche and Ottawa Senators will face off in a pair of regular-season games in Stockholm as part of the 2017 SAP NHL Global Series, the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) announced Friday. The Avalanche and Senators will play each other at the Ericsson Globe […]

  • NASCAR Notes: Competition Control

    DENVER, Colo.- You might think the NFL is a stickler for the rules, but NASCAR may have them beat. Every week every car must pass a detailed inspection process before and after the race, including the “claw.” Kami Carmann takes us inside the Furniture Row Racing garage for a peek at how NASCAR officials make sure crews aren’t making too many adjustments to the body of a racecar.  

  • Erik Jones Furniture Row Racing hauler invovled in accident

    DENVER, Colo. (March 23, 2017) – The two drivers of Furniture Row Racing’s No. 77 team hauler were uninjured when their tractor-trailer rig was involved in a hit-and-run accident just after midnight Thursday on their way to this week’s NASCAR Cup Series event at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. The incident occurred when a car carrying two occupants pulled off the shoulder and back onto the highway directly in front of the Furniture Row Racing hauler on Interstate 15 approximately […]

  • Inside Furniture Row Racing team’s Denver shop

    DENVER — Every week during the NASCAR season we are giving you a behind the scenes look at the intricacies of motorsports’ most competitive series. Denver’s own Furniture Row Racing team takes us inside their Denver shop to explain some of the inner workings of creating a car capable of driving hundreds of miles per hour for hundreds of laps.

  • No. 7-ranked DU gymnastics team enjoying great success

    DENVER — The University of Denver might be known as a hockey school, but women’s gymnastics has been steadily making some noise. Consistently ranked in the top 15 this season, the Pioneers continue to surprise the gymnastics world. They’re currently ranked No. 7 in the country. The gymnastics team has its final home meet of the regular season at 6 p.m. Saturday at Magness Arena against Ohio State.

  • Colorado Mammoth players brighten day at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

    DENVER — Professional lacrosse players might not be the most famous athletes but the Colorado Mammoth arguably have the biggest hearts. Recently, players visited pediatric cancer patients at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. The organization isn’t just putting in their time, this spring players will be representing each kid during a game.

  • CU Buffs fall to Oklahoma State Cowboys in Alamo Bowl

    SAN ANTONIO — The No. 10 Colorado Buffaloes suffered a heartbreaking loss to the No. 12 Oklahoma State Cowboys in Valero Alamo Bowl Thursday night in San Antonio. It was the first time both teams in the Alamo Bowl had been ranked in the Top 12. The Cowboys scored first with a 28-yard field goal in the first quarter to make it 3-0. The Buffs had an opportunity to tie it with a field goal of their own but missed it. […]

  • Ralphie V makes the trip to the Alamo Bowl

    SAN ANTONIO – The Colorado Buffaloes football team aren’t the only ones who made the trip to San Antonio for the Alamo Bowl, Ralphie also came along. The last bowl game CU was part of was in 2007 when Ralphie IV was running so this is Ralphie V’s first bowl game appearance. The tradition of running on the field behind a live buffalo started in 1967. Ralphie has only missed 2 bowl games since then. Taking a live buffalo across […]

  • Playoffs in jeopardy as Broncos offense struggles in 16-3 loss to Patriots

    DENVER — The Broncos are in jeopardy of not making the playoffs to defend their Super Bowl 50 championship after a 16-3 loss Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Broncos’ five-year hold on the AFC West ended with the loss and a win by the Oakland Raiders. And with two games to play, the Broncos (8-6) are ninth in the AFC playoff race. The defense again did its job, holding the Patriots to just one touchdown. Quarterback […]

  • Colorado’s prideful protection

    BOULDER, Colo. — University of Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau, usually has to remind Phillip Lindsay what his responsibility is.

  • Buffaloes coach Mike MacIntyre honors father’s legacy

    BOULDER, Colo. — For the past four years, University of Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre has endured the exhaustion of rebuilding a once dominant football program. The ugly losses. The criticism. And that was just football. Now as CU prepares for its first Pac-12 Conference title game, there are some bittersweet moments for MacIntyre, who said goodbye to his mentor, and father just 11 months ago.