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Justin Joseph joined KDVR/KWGN in December of 2010.

He’s thrilled to be back in his hometown of Denver.

A graduate of the University of Denver Law School, Justin worked from 2000-2004 as a Senior Deputy District Attorney in Denver, under then District Attorney, Bill Ritter.

In 2005, Justin left practicing law behind and moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming to begin his career in broadcasting at the local CBS affiliate. There, he hosted a local talk show and earned several awards for excellence in television reporting. In 2007 his love for reporting took him through Omaha, Nebraska where he worked for the local NBC affiliate.

Why the change from law to reporting?

“I always thought I wanted to be a legal analyst for a network. But, the first day I covered breaking-news, I knew I could never be tied down to only covering legal stories. I’ve thought about coming back home to Denver every day since I left five years ago. I’m excited to tell stories for a community I know, a station I respect, and for people I’ve grown-up with."


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    Super Saturday sales benefit last minute shoppers

    DENVER — Saturday will be another busy day for holiday shoppers. Brick and mortar stores like Khol’s and online retailers like Amazon are offering sales for those last minute purchases. Other stores plan on extending hours to allow more time for shoppers to buy things they need. The videos attached have more details on exactly which stores are focusing on customer convenience.

  • Boy hit by car in school zone speaks out

    NORTHGLENN, Colo. — Two days ago, two Northglenn Middle School students were hit by a car. One student hit is out of the hospital and talking about this incident.  The other is still in the hospital, but his mother says he will recover. Moms are taking action and holding signs  near the school, alerting drivers that they are entering a school zone and to drive carefully. The driver of the car did stop at the time of the accident, no word yet […]

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    Airplane passengers behaving badly featured on popular ‘Passenger Shaming’ page

    DENVER — The busy Christmas travel season is almost here. That means lots of full flights as people head home. Denver International Airport says the two busiest days are Friday, December 19 and Monday, December 22. Many passengers and flight attendants say they’ve had it with rude passengers on planes who are behaving badly. They’re using Facebook and other social media to put photos of those passengers on a page called Passenger Shaming. It’s revenge for the traveling public. The […]

  • Arapahoe High School students are evacuated from their school after a deadly shooting on Dec. 13, 2013.

    New threat written on wall at Arapahoe High; parents alerted after report

    LITTLETON, Colo. — On the eve of the anniversary of the Arapahoe High School shooting, sources at the school tell FOX31 Denver about a new threat written on a bathroom stall at the building. The sources say they were concerned the school has decided not to alert parents about the threat even though it has been discussed at meetings. On Friday morning, in light of the FOX31 Denver report, principal Natalie Pramenko sent a voice mail to parents acknowledging the […]

  • Tom Fallis being interviewed by investigators the morning after his wife died.

    Tom Fallis bonds out of jail, ordered to stay in Colorado and surrender weapons

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. — A former sheriff’s deputy accused of killing his wife in their home in Evans almost three years ago has posted bond. Tom Fallis is now free awaiting trial for his wife’s 2012 death. He was ordered to remain in Colorado. A judge also ordered Fallis to surrender his weapons (including the gun that investigators say was used that night in 2012) within three days. See complete coverage of the Fallis case  

  • Surveillance video of Denver deputies struggling with Marvin Booker in July 2010

    Denver City Council approves record $6 million payment in Marvin Booker jail death

    DENVER — After a long legal process, the Denver City Council Monday night approved a $6 million settlement for Marvin Booker’s family. This comes as another deputy has been placed on leave following new allegations. Booker, a homeless street preacher, died in jail following a struggle with officers after his arrest. His family filed a lawsuit that claimed excessive force was used against him, and a jury agreed. It happened in July 2010 and a surveillance camera recorded the incident […]

  • Tom Fallis mug shot. (Photo: Monroe County Sheriff's)

    Tom Fallis to be held without bond pending court appearance

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. — A Weld County judge signed an order changing Tom Fallis’ bond Friday from $200,000 to a no-bond hold. The change means Fallis will have to appear before a judge before bond is set to have mandatory orders issued which can include provisions involving his children and any guns he owns. Fallis was arrested in Bloomington, Indiana. He has been charged in the shooting death of his wife Ashley Fallis early on New Year’s Day in 2012 […]

  • Tom Fallis entering a Monroe County courtroom in Bloomington, Ind., on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.

    Ashley Fallis’ parents say mistake made in setting bond for alleged killer of their daughter

    DENVER — The family of an alleged murder victim says a judge made a mistake in setting her alleged killer’s bond. Tom Fallis waived extradition Thursday and he’s on his way back to Colorado to face a murder charge. Right now, if he posts $200,000 bond, he goes free. Facebook posts have asked the same question. How can Tom Fallis be accused of this crime and post a bond and be free. Some say $200,000 isn’t enough. FOX31 Denver found […]

  • Tom Fallis entering a Monroe County courtroom in Bloomington, Ind., on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.

    Tom Fallis won’t fight extradition, will be held without bond until transfer within two weeks

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Tom Fallis appeared in a Monroe County (Ind.) courtroom Thursday and told a judge he would not fight extradition to Colorado after being indicted by a Weld County grand jury in the death of his wife, Ashley, nearly three years ago. The judge ordered Fallis, who was arrested Tuesday, be held without bond until he is transferred to Weld County to be formally charged with the murder of his wife on New Year’s Day 2012. Fallis, a […]

  • Ashely Fallis' parents, Joel Raguindin and Jenna Fox

    Parents of shooting victim start custody battle for their grandchildren in Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The parents of Ashley Fallis remained in Indiana Wednesday night. They’re starting a tough custody fight for their grandchildren and Thursday they may learn if the man accused of killing their daughter will be free pending trial. You saw Tom Fallis’ arrest Tuesday on FOX31 Denver and Justin Joseph is in Indianapolis reporting about what the family can expect in court Thursday. We learned Wednesday Tom Fallis had a plan in place in case of his arrest. […]

  • Tom Fallis is taken into custody in Bloomington, Ind. on the morning of Nov. 18, 2014, after being indicted by a grand jury in connection with the murder of his wife nearly three years ago.

    Fmr. deputy Tom Fallis arrested on murder charge nearly three years after shooting death of wife

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Former Weld County law enforcement officer Tom Fallis was arrested Tuesday on a charge that he allegedly murdered his wife on New Year’s Day 2012. Ashley Fallis, 28, died of a gunshot wound in the early morning hours of New Year's Day. The Evans Police Department ruled her death a suicide within days. However, family members suspected Ashley Fallis' death was not an accident but that she was murdered.

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    Listen to the call: Man claiming to be IRS agent uses fear tactics to scam money

    DENVER — Imagine having three seconds to make a decision which impacts you, your family and your freedom. “I will count to three and a sheriff’s officer will be there on the way,” said the man on the phone. “Officers, if you`re listening on the phone, please arrest Mrs. Campbell.” This is the actual recording from a scammer claiming to be an IRS agent dialing phone numbers all over Colorado. Luckily, while the victim was on one line Chris Morrissey […]