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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
  • Mushrooms caused by recent rain can make dogs sick

    DENVER — Mushrooms are popping up across the Front Range as the recent rains have been good for lawns, but veterinarians say pets need to be watched more than ever. “There’s a whole bunch of little brown mushrooms in our yard that cause vomiting and diarrhea in our dogs,” veterinarian Kevin Fitzgerald at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital said. “I think what happens with mushrooms a lot of the times goes under the radar. The dog is sick, but we don’t […]

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    PacSun’s upside down American Flag T-shirt considered offensive

    DENVER — A t-shirt for sale online from the popular store PacSun, was making the rounds on social media but not for a good reason. It is a black t-shirt with the American Flag printed on it, but what’s causing uproar is that the flag is upside down. Some say it is offensive for portraying the flag like this, others disagree. The shirt was on sale on Monday at Denver’s Park Meadows mall location.  Employees there told FOX31 Denver that they […]

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    Boulder company wants builders to re-source their materials

    BOULDER, Colo. — The Center for ReSource Conservation is making it easy for home and business owners to buy building material at a cheaper price. ReSource Boulder, located on 6400 Arapahoe Road, sells gently used, donor-sourced construction and building materials. “A lot of of what we’re doing is actually preventing materials from ending up in the landfill and we’re re-purposing them instead,” said Emily Trostel, Center for ReSource Conservation operations manager.  “It’s all architectural goods: cabinets, doors, lighting, windows, hardware, […]

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    Campers aren’t shy of soggy celebrations this Memorial Day weekend

    DENVER — Despite afternoon thunderstorms and more rain in the forecast, campsites are booked through Memorial Day weekend. According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, camping cancellations across the state were quickly picked up by other eager campers. Most campsites were booked six months in advance. “You definitely have to plan ahead or there are no spots available,” said Marty Krekow, a camper at Cherry Creek State Park.  “Rain or shine, we’re out here having fun.” Campers interested in picking up cancellations, […]

  • Residents say U.S. 36 construction is flooding neighborhoods

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — With more rain in the forecast, a neighborhood south of U.S. 36 near Federal Boulevard is bracing for more flooding. Homeowners who live along Turnpike Drive in between Federal Boulevard and Lowell Boulevard are blaming the newly constructed stretch of U.S. 36. “As long as its raining, I’m going to be cleaning up water,” said June Galbraith. Galbraith, a longtime resident on the 7700 block of Julian Street, says flooding has never been an issue in the […]

  • Investigators at scene where bicyclist was shot and killed east of Windsor, Colo

    Windsor employee on bicycle fatally shot on Weld County Road 15

    WINDSOR, Colo. — An employee with Windsor was shot and killed on a Weld County road Monday morning while riding his bicycle. A passerby found 48-year old John Jacoby dead about 10 a.m. on County Road 15 near County Road 72. Windsor police don’t know how long his body had been there. “In a town that is very calm, something like this unusual and certainly we’re going to take every step we can to get to the bottom of it and […]

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    New noise level rules get first test at Red Rocks Amphitheater

    MORRISON, Colo. — Red Rocks Amphitheater faced its first true test of the concert season since new sound rules went into effect on January 1, 2015. Global Dub Fest, an electronic dance music concert, took over the venue on Friday night. “It is a constant pounding of the bass,” said Sherry Drobnitch, a Morrison resident who lives less than a mile from the amphitheater. “Sometimes the bass hits to the point where it’s pounding against my house.” In order to […]

  • A man was rescued from an air duct in Pueblo Viejo on May 16, 2015. (Photo: Larry Bases)

    Man rescued from air duct of Fort Collins restaurant

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A man was rescued after falling through the roof of a Fort Collins restaurant and getting stuck in the air duct of a Fort Collins restaurant early Saturday morning. It happened around 1:40 a.m. at Pueblo Viejo at 185 S. College Ave., according to authorities. 22-year-old Andrew Neely was walking around on the roof of the restaurant when he fell and got stuck inside the chimney, according to authorities. He called 911 and Poudre Fire Authority was […]

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    POW, MIA families hope to bring home remains of loved ones

    DENVER — To this day, thousands of military members who were declared prisoners of war or missing in action, remain unaccounted for. On Saturday, more than 200 families from the Rocky Mountain region, gathered at the Double Tree Hotel in Stapleton to find answers about their loved ones. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency conducts family updates in communities across the country.  Throughout the year, many family members travel to Washington D.C. and Hawaii, to review their case files, but many […]

  • Glendale authorizes use of eminent domain to acquire property of long-time business

    GLENDALE, Colo. — A Glendale business tackled city officials head-on in a last ditch effort to save their rug store. Authentic Persian and Oriental Rugs, located at 550 South Colorado Boulevard, has been a Glendale business for 25 years. More than a hundred packed the Glendale City Council Chambers for a public hearing on whether or not to reaffirm the Urban Renewal Authority’s power to exercise eminent domain. At the end of a hearing that lasted several hours Tuesday night, […]

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    Car theft victim avoids paying after impound lot misunderstanding

    DENVER — A hit-and-run victim said he almost lost hundreds of dollars after a misunderstanding with the Denver County Impound Lot. Until the FOX31 Problem Solvers stepped in, Steve Mawby was almost ready to pay up. “They towed it out of here and it was not abandoned,” Mawby said. “It was involved in a crime. A hit-and-run. I want my property back.” According to the Denver Sheriff’s Department impound lot website, a vehicle will be impounded when it’s involved in […]

  • Foothills face a double weather whammy: snow and flooding

    DENVER — Some areas in the foothills are dealing with a double whammy:  the threat of flooding and snow. CDOT shut down I-70 between the Eisenhower Tunnel and Silverthorne due to multiple crashes on Saturday afternoon.  The interstate is back open. CDOT recommends four wheel drive, snow tires or chains on all vehicles headed to the high country. “It got very icy and very slick,” said John Nelson.  Nelson was stuck in the backup.  “There were a number of accidents.  Two tractor trailers had jackknifed.” […]