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Chris Jose is a reporter/fill-in anchor for FOX31 Denver and Colorado's Own Channel 2.

You can watch him weekday mornings on "Good Day Colorado" and "Daybreak."

Since his arrival in August 2010, Chris has covered every major news story in Colorado including the Aurora Theater Shooting, the Colorado wildfires and floods, and the 2012 Presidential Debate at the University of Denver.

Chris also regularly reports on the Denver Broncos for both morning shows. In January 2014, he spent a week in New York City covering Super Bowl XLVIII.

Chris has won several awards, including three regional Emmy nominations for his reporting. The Colorado Broadcasters Association has recognized his work twice. In 2008, Chris was named Best Anchor by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters.

Chris began his career as a weekend anchor/reporter at KGWN TV in Cheyenne, Wyoming and later spent two years at KGAN TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa serving as the station's weekend sports anchor/news reporter. He graduated from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University with a degree in broadcast journalism.

In his free time, Chris enjoys watching the Broncos, playing basketball, working on his below average golf game, and exploring Denver with his wife, Jaclyn and dog, Chloe.

Chris is an active member of the Asian American Journalists Association. He regularly emcees the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival and the Filipino American Community of Colorado's Philippine Festival. Chris also volunteers his time at the Asian Pacific Development Center and the Miss Asian American Colorado scholarship program.


Recent Articles
  • Body camera on police officer in Parker, Colo

    Parker Police about to start using body cameras

    PARKER, Colo. — Improving police transparency and accountability in one of the country’s safest cities. On Thursday, the Parker Police Department will roll out its first set of body-worn cameras. The two month pilot project will cost an estimated $13,000. Parker Police will start with five body cameras made by Panasonic. “With current events and things that are going on, any tool that would be useful is a necessary thing for law enforcement,” said Sgt. Michael Buoniconti. “Now all of […]

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    RTD proposes fare increase, simplified fare structure

    EDGEWATER, Colo. — RTD is looking to hike its prices early next year. Monday was the first of 16 public hearings giving commuters a look at RTD’s proposed fare changes. “Our goal has been to simplify our fare structure and to make it affordable and accessible to everyone,” said Pauletta Tonilas, RTD spokeswoman. Current RTD prices for one way bus and light rail, 1-2 zones, is $2.25. Under the new proposal a local, single boarding pass will cost $2.60. RTD […]

  • Thieves steal trailer and supplies from Littleton Boy Scouts

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Thieves have put the future of an annual Boy Scouts camping trip in jeopardy. Littleton Boy Scout Troop 444 had their trailer stolen filled with $25,000 worth of crucial camping supplies. The trailer was stored in the parking lot at First Presbyterian Church in Littleton. It had canvas tents, stand-up cook stoves, pots and pans. The trailer also had a new AED unit and a high-end first aid kit. Some of the items had no price tag. […]

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    Teen girl, dog shot after drug deal goes bad outside Target store in Aurora

    AURORA, Colo. — The Aurora Police Department said Wednesday the teenage girl and her dog who were shot outside a Target store on Tuesday night was actually a drug deal gone bad. Police originally said two teenagers, one male and one female, were robbed by three to four men outside the store near Interstate 225 and East Alameda Avenue just after 9 p.m. Police said a 20-year-old man with the girl made an arrangement over Facebook to purchase hash oil. […]

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    Two dead in separate shootings in northeast Denver

    DENVER — Two deadly shootings happened three miles apart in northeast Denver overnight Monday. The homicides are the latest to happen in what has been a deadly weekend in that part of the city. The shootings appear to be unrelated. Details are limited, but police say one person is dead and one person is in custody in a shooting in the 3400 block of Race Street. The victim died at the scene and there is no word on whether the […]

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    Police agencies increase DUI enforcement over St. Patrick’s Day weekend

    DENVER — After a rash of deadly alcohol-related crashes in the metro area in the past week, police agencies are out in force to try to keep everyone safe when driving this St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Thousands of people are expected Saturday for the St. Patrick’s Day parade in downtown, and thousands more come for the party. One of the biggest parties will be at Fado Irish Pub in the LoDo area where many officers will be patrolling the streets. […]

  • Two people were killed in a three-vehicle crash on Tower Road in Aurora on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. (Photo: Chris Jose)

    Suspected DUI driver walks away from crash that killed 2 in Aurora

    AURORA, Colo. — Two people were killed and one person was injured in a three-vehicle crash that shut down Tower Road early Tuesday morning. The crash happened just before 2 a.m. on Tower Road near East 22nd Avenue. Both directions of Tower Road between East Montview Boulevard and Smith Road were closed as investigators looked into the crash, the Aurora Police Department said. It reopened just before 8:30 a.m. Police say alcohol and speed are being looked at as primary […]

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    Missing 11-year-old girl Sierra Trujillo found safe in Denver

    DENVER -- An 11-year-old girl who was reported missing from her home in Denver on Thursday night was found safe Friday morning, the principal at Denver Green School said.

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    Snowstorm heading toward Front Range; accumulation totals could vary wildly

    DENVER — A winter weather system will move into the Denver metro area on Wednesday, bringing with it cold temperatures and snowfall accumulation totals that will vary depending on location. Interstate 25 appears to be the dividing line between the lighter accumulations and the really heavy amounts of snow. A few light rain showers are possible early in the afternoon, but by 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., it should be all snow, with the heaviest rates of 1-2 inches per […]

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    CDOT crews gearing up for big weekend snowstorm

    DENVER — With a winter wallop on its way to the Front Range for the weekend, crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation are gearing up for a long few days. Crews will be on standby beginning at 3:30 p.m. Friday and are scheduled to work 12-hour shifts. Rain showers on Friday afternoon will change to light snow in the evening and road conditions will deteriorate throughout the weekend. The heaviest snow is predicted to come in Saturday afternoon into […]

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    Sex trafficking survivor tells story to help raise awareness in Colorado

    DENVER — Lawmakers, nonprofit groups and police came together Thursday to try to find solutions to stopping human trafficking, which has become a growing industry on Denver streets. In Denver, the commercial sex industry brings an estimated profit of $60 million a year. Women are working the streets near the State Capitol and all over the metro area. Thursday’s event was just one small step in the hope of arresting more people and helping victims. A few weeks ago, six […]

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    Social Media Campaign Against ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

    DENVER —  “Fifty Shades of Grey” is premiering at movie theaters across Colorado, but some women’s groups say the highly anticipated film portrays abuse and not love. A social media campaign called #50dollarsNot50shades is trending online. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation is one of the sponsors of the 50 dollars not 50 shades campaign. Some Colorado groups are not boycotting the film, rather they’re encouraging women to talk to their families. “This is a really positive campaign,” said Amy Pohl, […]