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Chris Jose is a reporter for Fox 31 Denver’s Good Day Colorado and Channel 2’s Daybreak.

With a combined eight hours of morning television, Chris starts his day when most people are asleep. His alarm goes off at midnight Monday through Friday!

Since his arrival in August 2010, Chris has covered every major news story in Colorado.

He previously was an evening news reporter and weekend sports anchor at KGAN/KFXA TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Chris started his career as an anchor/reporter at KGWN TV in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Chris has won several awards, including two regional Emmy nominations for his reporting. In 2008, he was named Best Anchor by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters.

Chris graduated from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University with a degree in broadcast journalism.

When Chris isn’t out chasing breaking news before the sun comes up or standing in blizzards along I-25, he enjoys playing basketball, watching the Nuggets and exploring Colorado with his wife, Jaclyn and dog, Chloe.

Chris is currently vice president of the Asian American Journalists Association’s Denver chapter and emcees the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival.


Recent Articles
  • Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush

    Jeb Bush to stump for Republicans in Douglas County as Election Day draws near

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will be stumping for Republican candidates in races that could shift the power in Washington. Bush will campaign in Douglas County, where voters tend to lean right. He’ll be in Castle Rock on Wednesday to show his support for all Republican candidates, most notably Rep. Mike Coffman, gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez and Senate candidate Cory Gardner. Bush is saying he wants to find solutions for big problems. And airing on TV […]

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    Toy guns cause lockdowns at DPS schools, lead to arrest of students

    DENVER — At least 10 students who attend Denver Public Schools have been arrested for carrying BB guns on campuses. The fake guns can look real and DPS is reminding families of the district’s policy. A teacher at North High School reported a student might have brought a gun to school. Security officers immediately placed the school on lockdown, then on lockout. It turned out it was a BB gun and police arrested the student. Under district guidelines, it’s illegal […]

  • Former President Bill Clinton.

    Bill Clinton to stump for Democrats at Aurora event Monday night

    AURORA, Colo. — There are eight days until Election Day and if you’re still undecided, some of the country’s biggest names in politics — including former President Bill Clinton — will be making appearances in Colorado. Some of the latest polls are too close to call in the races for governor and U.S. senator and Republicans and Democrats will be relying on some heavy hitters. Former President Clinton will make an appearance Monday night and Tuesday in Colorado, while former […]

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    Two-day Colorado Safe Schools Summit begins Wednesday

    LOVELAND, Colo. — Hundreds of teachers, administrators and police officers will hash out ideas Wednesday to try to fix some of the biggest problems affecting Colorado schools. Nearly two dozen workshops at the Colorado Safe Schools Summit will focus on a range of topics affecting students. Some of the topics, including bullying, social media and suicide, are day-to-day issues that kids are going through. Experts will talk specifically about pre-attack behavior indicators as it relates to campus attacks. Two weeks […]

  • The Frontier Airlines jet (tail number N220FR) that had a passenger with Ebola is back in Denver where it remains out of service. Photo credit: Daryl Orr

    Plane that carried Ebola-infected nurse at DIA

    DENVER — The Ebola crisis is hitting home as the Frontier Airlines plane carrying a Texas nurse who was later diagnosed with the virus is in Denver. Frontier is doing everything it can to calm nerves at Denver International Airport. The airplane is far away from the terminal, sitting in a terminal, and it won’t be back in service for a few days. Amber Vinson, the second nurse to contract Ebola after treating Thomas Duncan, traveled on the plane from […]

  • Rep. Mike Coffman courting Latino voters.

    New poll to reveal who Latinos prefer as Election Day draws near

    DENVER — A new poll Tuesday will provide a better idea of what issues are important and which political candidates Hispanics prefer. Nearly 21 percent of Coloradans are Hispanic. Like in 2012, key races will most likely come down to women and Latino voters. That includes District 6, which includes parts of Denver, Aurora and Brighton, areas where there is a big Hispanic presence. The race between Republican incumbent Mike Coffman and Democrat Andrew Romanoff might be the country’s most […]

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    Colorado doctors more focused on the flu than spread of Ebola

    DENVER — Concerns about Ebola remain a conversation for many families, but doctors are hoping to calm those fears. The chances of getting Ebola are slim. And while it is a deadly virus, doctors say you should be more concerned about the flu. Along with flu season comes questions about Ebola. “I’m a little hesitant,” Chelsea Boswell said. “I’m washing my hands a little bit more now and kind of just being aware of what I’m touching.” “Anybody with a […]

  • Boulder Community Hospital moved the majority of its services to Foothills Hospital on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014. (Credit: Chris Jose)

    Boulder Community Hospital moves majority of services to Foothills Hospital

    BOULDER, Colo. — Boulder Community Hospital is relocating the majority of its medical services to Foothills Hospital on Thursday, and that includes the transfer of dozens of patients. The emergency room closed at midnight and 45 patients are being moved to Foothills Hospital. The move is expected to be completed by 11 a.m. Inpatient behavioral health and rehabilitation services will remain at Boulder Community Hospital. But Foothills Hospital, located at 474 Arapahoe Ave. in east Boulder, will improve access to […]

  • A sinkhole on South Colorado Boulevard at East Exposition Avenue cause traffic backups on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014.

    Sinkhole to continue snarling traffic on Colorado at Exposition

    DENVER — A sinkhole is expected to cause some big backups along South Colorado Boulevard at East Exposition Avenue on Wednesday morning. The sinkhole isn’t that big — a few feet wide and 10 feet deep — but Denver Public Works still hasn’t patched it up and it’s covered by a metal plate and surrounded by cones. The sinkhole caused big backups on Tuesday afternoon. Crews say a permanent fix likely won’t be in place until sometime Wednesday afternoon. Northbound […]

  • Trevor Sandlin's booking photo. (Credit: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

    Inmate who escaped Jefferson County Jail still being sought

    GOLDEN, Colo. — The search continues for a register sex offender who broke free from the Jefferson County Detention Facility. Travis Sandlin is a career criminal who was placed in the maximum security pod for crimes that included burglary, theft and drugs. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office suspended outdoor recreation time until officials can clearly identify a weakness that allowed Sandlin to get away. Sandlin broke free from the outdoor rec yard after he pushed through the wiring, jumped two […]

  • Trevor Sandlin's booking photo. (Credit: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

    Inmate still being sought after escaping maximum security at Jefferson County Jail

    GOLDEN, Colo. -- Authorities are seeking a 32-year-old inmate who escaped from the Jefferson County Jail on Sunday night. Travis Sandlin, 32, is white, 6-foot and weighs 185 pounds. He has brown hair and hazel eyes, and was last seen wearing a gray jumpsuit.

  • Free dental care available to uninsured, low-income families Saturday

    HENDERSON, Colo. — Free dental care is available, but you have to act fast. Uninsured and low-income families are encouraged to come to Prairie View High School on Saturday. It’s on a first-come, first-serve basis. The doors open at 6 a.m. and more than 200 dentists and 1,200 volunteers will be on hand. There will be 125 dental chairs and treatment includes cleanings, fillings and oral surgery. There was a lot of free dental work given to the community Friday. […]