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Julie Hayden is an Emmy-award winning Reporter and a veteran in the Denver television market. Before joining Fox 31 News, she reported for KWGN-TV and KMGH-TV for over 15 years.

Julie has a Bachelor’s Degree is Journalism and Mass Communication from Iowa State University.

Julie is originally from Woodstock, Illinois, a Chicago suburb.


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    Declassified documents show possible link between man in Colorado and 9/11

    DENVER — There is a growing call for the government to release a secret, 28-page report on possible Saudi Arabian involvement in the 9/11 attacks. It discusses people suspected of supporting the hijackers while they were in the United States.  FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers recently obtained declassified documents indicating one of the possible helpers might have been living in Colorado. It’s a name we’ve told you about before – Homaidan Al-Turki, a Saudi citizen living in metro Denver. In 2006, […]

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    Charges dropped against ‘fake’ private eye; residents want answers

    GLENDALE, Colo. — Some residents turned to the FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers to help get answers after the FBI asked local police to drop charges against a fake private investigator accused of harassing the residents. “I want to know what his connections are,” Douglas Stiff said. “Why is the FBI involved in helping people come to my door and harass me?” The citizens said the phony private investigator showed up at their doors, intimidating and threatening them over public comments they […]

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    Aurora police have shot 3 suspects in past 2 weeks

    AURORA, Colo. — There were eight officer-involved shootings in Aurora in 2015. But so far this year, there have been four, with all of them occurring this month and the most recent Sunday night. That suspect, 19-year-old Natnael Gebretsadik, is in the hospital with what police call life-threatening injuries. Police said he ran from his car after he was pulled over for a traffic stop Sunday night. They say he pulled a gun and pointed it several times at the officer who was […]

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    New video shows alleged brutality at Denver jail as fresh lawsuit filed

    DENVER — A new jailhouse video of alleged brutality at the Denver jail has been released as another excessive force lawsuit was filed against the Denver Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Thomas Ford is seen in a video from 2014 allegedly attacking an inmate. Lawyers for the inmate claim there is a pattern of abuse at the jail, and they found the video of Ford allegedly beating an inmate. Arash Jahanian is one of the lawyers for inmate Kyle Askin, who filed […]

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    Dynel Lane sentenced to 100 years in prison for attacking woman, cutting baby from womb

    BOULDER, Colo. — Dynel Lane was sentenced to 100 years in prison Friday for attacking a pregnant Longmont woman, then cutting her baby from her womb. Boulder County prosecutors originally were seeking a 126-year prison sentence Lane, who faked her pregnancy, then attacked Michelle Wilkins in March 2015. The DA’s office said during the hearing that the sentence they sought was adjusted after further examination of each count. They ended up seeking a 118-year sentence. Lane was found guilty in February of […]

  • Lauren De Crescenzo

    Broomfield pro cyclist’s memory gone after racing crash brain injury

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — They call her “The Pride of Broomfield,”  25-year-old pro cyclist Lauren De Crescenzo. It has been her passion since she started a cycling team at Broomfield High School and she has since competed in hundreds of races around the world, including racing for the United States Team in Europe. “She’s been involved in cycling since high school and she’s excelled at it every step of the way,” said her father, Guy De Crescenzo. But she barely remembers […]

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    Active shooter response training program launched in Centennial

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — They are the places we are supposed to feel safe, yet the FBI says 70 percent of active shooter incidents occur at schools or businesses. On Thursday, a new program opened its doors, focusing on teaching people to protect themselves and others. The five-day course goes over firearms and defense tactics, and runs participants through real-life scenarios to have practice what they’ve learned. “I can’t always be with my kids. If I train as many people as […]

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    Denver officer fatally shoots bank robbery suspect while trying to serve warrant

    DENVER — Police continue to investigate an officer-involved shooting that occurred near Civic Center Park on Tuesday afternoon. According to police, officers tried to serve an arrest warrant to a bank robbery suspect in a car near West 13th Avenue and Bannock Street when shots were fired. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. No officers were injured. A woman who identified herself as the man’s wife said the man was 39-year-old Dion Avila. She said he was driving her to the […]

  • Ashley Fallis

    Ashley Fallis’ family shocked, outraged over not guilty verdict in her death

    GREELEY, Colo. — Ashley Fallis’ family expressed shock and outrage Friday after a jury found her husband, Tom Fallis, not guilty of killing her. The 28-year-old mother of three died at their home in Evans in on New Year’s Day 2012. The case initially was ruled a suicide but was reopened and Tom Fallis was charged with murder. Ashley’s family said one day after the jury’s verdict that they cannot believe the jury heard the evidence and decided not guilty. […]

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    Tom Fallis cries as prosecutors play 911 call he made when wife died

    GREELEY, Colo. — Prosecutors in the Tom Fallis murder trial played a frantic 911 call Thursday of Fallis reporting that his wife had been shot. While listening to the call, Fallis was visibly upset and crying. Fallis, a former Weld County sheriff’s jail deputy, is accused of shooting and killing his wife Ashley on New Year’s day 2012. Police initially ruled she had committed suicide, but Fallis was indicted and arrested after the FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers uncovered new evidence in […]

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    Ashley Fallis’ mother testifies about daughter’s mood the night she died

    GREELEY, Colo. — Jurors in the murder trial of Tom Fallis heard emotional testimony Thursday afternoon as several of Ashley Fallis’ relatives, including her mother, took the stand. Tom Fallis, a former Weld County sheriff’s jail deputy, is accused of shooting his wife. Her death was originally ruled a suicide, but a FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers investigation found evidence that led to prosecutors reopening the case. RELATED: Full coverage of the Fallis case Ashley Fallis’ family members testified that she was happy […]

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    Two critically injured in west Denver motel fire

    DENVER — Two people were critically injured in a fire in west Denver on Tuesday morning, the Denver Fire Department said. Multiple fire trucks and ambulances were at the Motel Bar X at 5001 W. Colfax Ave. Fire engulfs one of the buildings at the Motel Bar X. @KDVR pic.twitter.com/h7kHM52udT — Drew Smith (@drewsmithvideo) March 8, 2016 The cause of the fire is under investigation. The Red Cross was also at the scene, helping three people with immediate needs such […]