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Jacki Jing is the Timesaver Traffic reporter for Daybreak on Colorado’s Own Channel 2.

She joined the Daybreak Morning News Team in December of 2011.

Jacki was raised in Centennial, Colorado and graduated from Grandview High School. She received a full-ride sports scholarship to the State University of New York in Binghamton for volleyball and graduated magna cum laude with degrees in political Science and English.

Jacki reported and anchored for stations in Binghamton, New York and Springfield, Massachusetts before she returned home.

She has covered a wide range of stories, reporting live for FOX News following the mass shooting at Binghamton’s American Civic Association. She also reported on the deadly tornadoes that ripped through Western Massachusetts.

During her free time, Jacqueline likes to read and write. She also enjoys watching anime and playing volleyball.


Recent Articles
  • Residents evacuate their homes in Evans during flooding in Colorado on Sept. 16, 2013.

    300 homes condemned due to flooding damage in Evans

    EVANS, Colo. — Flooding damaged hundreds of homes in the city of Evans. And now, nearly 300 homes have been condemned. The city of Evans is in recovery mode, which has included inspections from officials over the last two days. After those inspections, those 300 odd homes were deemed unlivable. The recent flooding ravaged the town, forcing the City of Evans to put up security fences around evacuation areas in the Bella Vista and Eastwood Village neighborhoods this week. Officials […]

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    Jing: ‘Iron Man 3′ features great action, lacking plot

    I’m a comic book fan. Iron Man is a pretty cool hero — not one of my all-time favorites, but he’s pretty sweet. I was psyched for “Iron Man 3″ to come out, because while 1 and 2 did not blow me away like “The Dark Knight Rises” or “The Avengers,” they are still highly entertaining — incredible visually, great battle scenes, packed with hilarious one liners. I am a big fan of the Marvel Universe and I love that we’re seeing […]

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    ‘Side Effects’ stars gush about Denver, Jude Law sings

    FOX31 Denver got the Colorado exclusive interviews with the stars of the new film “Side Effects.” And those stars didn’t hesitate to let us know how much they love our fair state. Vinessa Shaw not only has personal affinity for the Centennial State, she also fondly recalls what the Colorado did for her professionally. After all, she did get one of her first big breaks starring in “Ladybugs” back in 1992, which was filmed in Cherry Creek. As if that wasn’t enough […]

  • Boulder Turnpike construction expected to last ‘a few more months’

    BOULDER — The Boulder Turnpike gets tied up every morning, and now we’re seeing bigger jams because major roadwork is under way. But this project will give U.S. 36 a much-needed makeover. The turnpike opened in 1951. Back then it was a tollway and rarely crowded, with only 7,000 cars using it a day. Now it’s packed with up to 100,000 drivers a day. With that increased congestion on their minds, the Colorado Department of Transportation wanted to give old […]

  • Denver Public Works rewards legally-parked drivers with prepaid parking cards

    DENVER — When Joseph Purvis walks up to a car, he typically gets this reaction: “Sir, wait! I`m right here!” Purvis said, imitating a concerned driver about to get a parking ticket from him. For three years, Purvis has been handing out parking tickets. But recently, he`s been getting a different greeting from drivers. “Is this a joke?” a woman asked as Purvis handed her a $5 parking card. No, it`s not a joke. This holiday season, Denver Public Works […]

  • Adam Horney

    Program helps man with cerebral palsy live on his own

    Adam Horney likes singing country music, his police badge collection, reading crime stories and basically everything that has to do with fighting crime. “I’ve always loved law enforcement, since I was a young man and I fell in love with the uniform,” said Adam Horney. But spending time with his family brings him the most joy, and the Horney family has a close bond. They’ve been through a lot. When Adam was born, he was a triplet. He had two […]

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    Exclusive interviews with the stars of The Avengers

    The highly-anticipated AVENGERS movie opens in theaters across the country — and we have EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS with the stars of the cast that you won’t see anywhere else — including Samuel L Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Tom Hiddleston and Director Joss Whedon.

  • Robert Marvin Carrasco

    Man stabbed with knives, screwdriver in Fort Collins gang fight

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A Fort Collins man has been arrested for his alleged involvement in a violent gang fight. Police say the 26-year-old victim was stabbed multiple times by a group of men with knives and a screwdriver Tuesday night in the 2000 block of North College Avenue. Robert Carrasco, 26, has been charged with assault. The suspect and the victim are reportedly gang members – and more arrests are expected. The victim is in fair condition. Anyone with […]

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    RTD bus service cuts, route changes coming

    DENVER — There are big changes coming for RTD riders across metro Denver. 13 routes will be cut and more than 100 adjusted. The changes will take place beginning January 22. Outraged riders have sent in letters and petitions to RTD protesting these cuts. Hundreds of riders say these routes cannot go. RTD says budget cuts leave it no choice but to make some tough decisions that affect riders. Rudy Martinez doesn’t have a car. “People have been riding this […]