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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."

Recent Articles
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    Arrest made of Uber driver accused of trying to rob home after dropping off woman at DIA

    DENVER — A woman is warning people to think twice about your safety when ordering a ride from Uber. She said the driver who took her to Denver International Airport dropped her off and then went back to try to break into her house. Police identified the driver as 51-year-old Gerald Montgomery. On Tuesday, the Denver Police Department said Montgomery, who was wanted for attempted burglary, was taken into custody in Jefferson County. The incident happened last week. The woman […]

  • Ashley Fallis and her children,

    Family of Ashley Fallis sues Evans police, alleging misconduct in murder investigation

    EVANS, Colo. — The family of Ashley Fallis has filed a federal lawsuit against police in Evans, alleging misconduct in the investigation of their daughter’s 2012 death. Fallis was married to a Weld County corrections officer when she was fatally shot. Her husband, Tom Fallis, alleged suicide and the Evans Police Department closed the case almost immediately. Last year, after a FOX31 Denver investigation uncovered new evidence, the case was reopened and Tom Fallis was charged with his wife’s murder. […]

  • (Photo: Aurora Police Department)

    Aurora police: Man posing as masseur assaults 3 women

    AURORA, Colo. — Police in Aurora accused a man of posing as a masseur and then attacking three women. Now, investigators think it’s possible there are more victims. Police say Guanming Shenyang Yin, 60,  sexually assaulted a 46-year-old woman Monday. The victim told investigators she was on the table when Yin assaulted her. She put up a fight, got off the table, got dressed and left. It happened at Relax Spa in the 14000 block of East Mississippi Avenue. Officers […]

  • Michelle Wilkins. Photo provided by the Wilkins family

    First responders share story of Michelle Wilkins’ strength, call her ‘a survivor,’

    LONGMONT, Colo. — In a home filled with grief, heroes never lose their way. “I started yelling and Michelle yelled back, very faintly, and it was muffled help me! help me!” said Longmont police officer Bill Sawer. Along with his partner Phil Pitrowski, the two responded to the call Wednesday. They found Michelle Wilkins, she was dying. Police say Dynel Lane attacked Wilkins with a knife removing the baby girl from her stomach. “I was walked in and looked at […]

  • Teen sexually assaulted in alley off 18th Ave. between Pearl and Penn streets in Denver

    14-year-old raped in Denver comes forward, tells story to warn other teen girls

    DENVER — A 14-year-old girl has found the strength to come forward and talk about what happened to her, in hopes it helps to stop it from happening to other young teens in Denver. She was brutally attacked, raped in plain view of dozens of windows before the sun went down in a Denver alley last week. It happened off of East 18th Avenue between Pearl and Pennsylvania streets. She and her mother talked about the ordeal with reporter Justin […]

  • Jericho Curry

    Dad of 1-year-old who weighed 10 pounds speaks out; child is recovering

    DENVER — Doctors say when they admitted 1-year-old Jericho Curry to the hospital, he was so severely malnourished he weighed only ten pounds, the weight of six-week old child. “It hurts a lot to know that he had only two weeks to live,” said Aaron Curry, the boy’s father. Wednesday night he watched Jericho’s grandparents call what happened a witch hunt. He says  they’re lying and he has proof of it. “It makes me feel angry that they’re trying to […]

  • Jericho Curry

    1-year-old admitted to hospital weighing 10 pounds; mom faces attempted murder charge

    DENVER — People who look at Jericho Curry see different things. Some see a healthy young boy like his grandparents. “He’s just been very thin from the beginning. He was a happy normal kid,” said Jericho’s grandfather. But the state of Colorado sees Jericho as a victim of an attempted homicide. In December of last year Alicia Zamaro took Jericho to the hospital. But the hospital never let Jericho leave and even called authorities. At 12 months old, Jericho weighed […]

  • Leslie Carlson

    Student speaks out about Pinnacle Charter H.S. teacher accused of providing alcohol, pot to kids

    THORNTON, Colo. –A  teacher at the Pinnacle Charter High School in Thornton has been fired. Students at the school say she was escorted out of the school Wednesday after someone accused her of providing pot to students. Thornton police said Friday they placed the teacher, 28-year-old Leslie Carlson into custody for investigation of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.  She was released pending the filing of official charges. Police said they are investigating whether more charges including child abuse […]

  • Bennett school buses

    Bus driver under investigation, accused of inappropriate relationship with student

    BENNETT, Colo. — A bus driver in Bennett is under investigation after allegations of having an inappropriate relationship with a student. Both the Adams County Sheriff’s Office and the school district confirmed the investigation to FOX31 Denver. The bus driver is a 31-year-old female and the student is 16. FOX31 Denver’s Justin Joseph was staking out the school bus yard last week after getting the tip about the bus driver. During the stake out, he received a second tip saying […]

  • Stolen car

    Officers who shot and killed teen have commendations, complaints in their records

    DENVER — Police officers said they only fired their guns at a 17-year-old girl who was driving a stolen car when they felt their lives were threatened. They say Jessie Hernandez tried to run over them. In fact, one officer was hit and received treatment for a leg injury. This fatal shooting has raised tensions and put Denver police under intense scrutiny. Another girl who says she was inside the car tells one story. “They ran to the side of […]

  • House of Representatives at the Colorado Capitol

    ‘Dying with dignity’ bill to be introduced in Colorado Legislature Tuesday

    DENVER — Lawmakers in Colorado are set to introduce a bill Tuesday that, if passed, could make it legal for terminally ill patients to choose. The “dying with dignity” issue is controversial. An Oregon woman’s choice to end her life in that state made national headlines last year. Daniel Chapman lives in Colorado and he hopes legislators pass a dying with dignity bill here. Home is the one place he feels most at peace. It’s also the place he wants […]

  • Tom Fallis during police questioning

    New evidence revealed in the death of Ashley Fallis

    DENVER — There is new evidence in murder case involving former Weld County law enforcement officer Tom Fallis. He was charged after FOX31 Denver reporter Justin Joseph’s investigation revealed evidence implicating Fallis in the the death of his wife more than three years ago. Now, Joseph reports about new evidence that has been uncovered in the case. It was collected in the hours after Ashley Fallis’ death, but it was never tested by the Evans Police Department. Tom Fallis has […]