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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!

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    A Line electrical issues raised years before train opened

    DENVER — Despite a high on-time performance rate of 88 percent, things haven’t been smooth sailing for RTD’s A Line. Now, there’s new information that red flags about electrical issues that were raised years before the train opened. The red flags raised were about potential problems with the design. Since the train opened, the most memorable Mother Nature moment was when a lightning strike caused stoppage and delays on the train. “There was an issue where a wire was pulled down […]

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    Election workers in Denver getting active shooter training for Election Day

    DENVER — More than 400 election judges and staff are being trained on how to handle an active shooter situation with a mock-active shooter video. The decision to have staff undergo training is not a reaction to anything in the election; this has been in the works since the last election. “Our goal is to make sure our election judges and our staff internally are the most prepared they can be for any type of situation,” said Amber McReynolds, director of […]

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    Broncos prepare to face the LA Rams in 3rd preseason game

    DENVER – It’s a big weekend for the Denver Broncos. Saturday night’s preseason game against the Los Angeles Rams could go a long way in determining who will start at quarterback for the Broncos when the season opens in just a few weeks. Earlier this week it was announced Trevor Siemian will start the game, but it’s unknown whether Mark Sanchez or Paxton Lynch will play second. Coach Gary Kubiak is expected to name the regular season starting QB following […]

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    Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine visits Colorado on Tuesday

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine will be in Colorado on Tuesday. Kaine will be hosting a roundtable event at Primus Aerospace. The Virginia senator will host the roundtable with state small business leaders and will discuss Hillary Clinton’s economic plan. Primus Aerospace is considered one of the top contract manufacturing companies in the Rocky Mountain region. The company has worked with Lockheed Martin, NASA, and Cessna Aircraft. The roundtable is set to begin at 9:30 a.m.

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    Denver police increasing patrols in school zones as kids go back-to-school

    DENVER — Students return to class at Denver Public Schools on Monday. Denver police will be out in full force making sure everybody drives safely through school zones. Denver police have some tips to make sure everyone stays safe this school year. Tips for students and families: Parents of younger students who ride a school bus should consider escorting their children to and from their bus stop. Children should not stand or play in the roadway while waiting for or […]

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    Pop-up beer garden opening in downtown Denver

    DENVER – A pop up beer garden is opening up at Skyline Park on Friday. It is part of many new attractions at Skyline Park that the city hopes will attract people to the 16th Street Mall. Other new attractions at Skyline Park include things like mini golf and a kids park. The beer garden is open through September 15.

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    CDOT to break ground on C-470 Express Lanes

    LONE TREE, Colo. — The Colorado Department of Transportation is set to break ground on new lanes on C-470 between Interstate 25 and Wadsworth Boulevard. Construction will begin Wednesday to add the 12-mile Express Lanes, which will be tolled. There will be no HOV or carpool waivers to use the lanes. Two westbound lanes will be added between I-25 and Colorado Boulevard, and one lane from Colorado to Wadsworth. One eastbound lane will be added between Wadsworth and I-25. The […]

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    Deadline looms at 2 p.m. Friday for Von Miller, Broncos to reach deal

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The deadline for the Broncos to reach a long-term contract with linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller is 2 p.m. Friday. According to several reports, the Broncos have upped the guaranteed money for Miller to $70 million in a six-year contract. The total amount of $114.5 million apparently remains the same. Miller is looking for a long-term contract from the Broncos, who placed the exclusive franchise tag on him in March. If a longer deal isn’t reached, […]

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    More protests planned for Denver on Friday

    DENVER — Protests for Black Lives Matter continued Friday outside the Denver City and County Building. The group has staged a sit-in outside the building since 1:35 p.m. Thursday and plans to be there for 135 hours. The 135 hours was chosen because that is the number of black people killed by police this year. There was a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest that went into Thursday night. The group gathered near the Capitol building, blocking Lincoln Street.   A […]

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    Passenger traffic to ramp up at DIA ahead of holiday weekend

    DENVER — With the terror attack in Turkey and the July 4 holiday weekend approaching, travel at Denver International Airport is about to hit high gear. Several travelers will go through DIA ahead of the holiday. Airport officials say to arrive at the airport two hours before a scheduled departure and to plan ahead for security screening. To expedite screening, use TSA Pre and check FlyDenver.com for wait times.

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    Extra 2-wheel traffic on roads Wednesday for Bike to Work Day

    DENVER — Wednesday is Bike to Work Day in Colorado in which more than 16,000 people are expected to participate, almost triple the amount of bikes that are usually on the roads. But if you are not riding to work, keep an eye out for those who are. Dozens of breakfast stations will be set up throughout the city beginning at 6:30 a.m. to thank those who are participating. There is one at Sports Authority Field at Mile High and […]

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    Bonfils gears up for World Blood Donor Day on Tuesday

    DENVER — Tuesday is World Blood Donor Day and the day is getting even more attention after the shooting in Orlando, Fla. Bonfils Blood Center locations throughout the Denver metro area are taking donations to help replenish the blood supply in Colorado or if people want to donate for the Orlando shooting. Appointments are strongly encouraged at community donor centers and can be made online or during regular business hours by calling 303-363-2300.