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Greg Nieto has been with KWGN since 2000. He is an original member of the Daybreak morning team. He began appearing on FOX 31 Good Day Colorado in the spring of 2009.

Born in Denver, raised in the San Francisco bay area, he went to school at the University of California at Santa Barbara. He has worked in television in Yuma, Arizona, Yakima, Washington and Orange County, California before coming home to Denver.

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Nieto has won two National Press Photographer Association awards for his work on projects.

He is active in the community, volunteering as a "Big Brother" in the "Sports Buddies" mentoring program in the metro area.

Recording for the blind and dyslexic is also close to his heart, as is his cousin Diana Lee, who recently died of breast cancer.

A big history and Bronco fan, Nieto is especially proud of his Mexican-American heritage and of the opportunity to be a part of the Channel 2 team!


Recent Articles
  • (Photo: MGN Online)

    Mile high home prices are on the rise

    DENVER —   Denver homes have risen $26 billion dollars in total value, according to a Zillow report. This increase is one of the largest in the country. The hottest neighborhoods on the market right now are: Wheat Ridge West Colfax Barnum/Athmar Harvey Park Sunnyside Edgewater Lydia Lin, real estate expert, also gives her take on the market in the video above .

  • Monday is the biggest holiday shipping day of the year

    DENVER —  The post offices will be busy this Monday because it’s the last day you can ship packages via Standard Post, in order for them to arrive on time for Christmas. FOX31 Denver’s reporter Greg Nieto has a few tips on how you can avoid that long line and save money. One way is the self-service shopping kiosks, that you can use even when the post office is closed.  You can also go online, print everything you need and have your […]

  • Plunging temps make for travel delays along Front Range

    DENVER — Plunging temperatures and dense fog created travel delays around the Front Range Sunday, from mountain roads to Denver International Airport.  

  • Operation Turkey Sandwich in Denver

    Dozens of volunteers on a mission: ‘Operation Turkey Sandwich’

    DENVER — While a lot of people were struggling to get off the couch after the big meal Thursday, others had to go to work. With that in mind, one group of people had a single mission: “Operation Turkey Sandwich.” At St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood, they serve up a saying. “We’re all part sinner … and saint.” The “saint side” stole the show on Thanksgiving day. Dozens of volunteers worked to sort, stuff, bag, box […]

  • Denver Broncos salute military service

    DENVER — At their game Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, the Denver Broncos paid tribute to military service members.

  • Freezing temps bring slick driving for Denver area

    DENVER — As temperatures plunged toward zero Saturday, local roads became more treacherous than ever.

  • As temps drop, volunteers look to help homeless dogs

    As cold weather sets in, volunteers and animal safety officials work together to shelter homeless dogs.   For more information, visit Buddy’s Builder’s on Facebook.

  • Cherry Creek construction winding down

    DENVER — Cherry Creek is infamous for its constant road work, but at least one major project is coming to an end.

  • Dream the pit bull

    Man claims pit bull euthanized as a result of miscommunication with court

    DENVER — A dog owner is upset after he and his legal team say his dog was euthanized because he didn’t file the proper paperwork. The thing is, he says he filed the paperwork ahead of the court-mandated deadline. Jacob McCartney says losing his dog named “Dream” has been a nightmare. “It kinda’ ripped my heart out, it really did.” It started the day Animal Control called to say his 9-year-old pit bull was euthanized. The dog bit a 3-year-old […]

  • Officers work to prevent car break-ins

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Officers use new technology and old-fashioned common sense to protect vehicles.

  • Family says vet won’t let them see their dog, but vet says more to the story

    A family claims they left their pregnant dog with a pet and now they aren’t being allowed to see it, or even told what’s going on. But the vet says there’s much more to the story, and this is all in the best interest of the animal.

  • AmeriCorps volunteer seriously injured after being hit by car

    DENVER — A young AmeriCorps volunteer was fighting for his life in Denver Saturday night, just days after arriving in town to help others.