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Kami Carmann began at FOX31 and the Colorado's Own Channel 2 as a sports reporter in September 2011 and returned to the air in January 2012.

Carmann came to FOX31 and the Channel 2 from KMGH, the ABC affiliate in Denver, where she spent three years from 2008-11 as the weekend sports anchor. She returned to her hometown of Denver after stints at WTVF - Newschannel 5 in Nashville, Tenn., WLFL in Raleigh, N.C. and KHGI - NTV in Kearney, Neb.

She graduated from the University of Colorado in 2001 with a double degree in Journalism and Psychology. She was a four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain of the women’s basketball team at CU, returning the program to NCAA Tournament her senior season after three year absence.

She was born in Littleton, Colo., and attended Arapahoe High School in Centennial. She and her husband, Curtis, live in Erie with their twins Sam and Lucy and little brother Cooper, in addition to three dogs, Sherman, Day-Z and Rocky.

Recent Articles
  • Kyle MacIntosh

    CU athlete Kyle MacIntosh fights for life, teammates rally for support

    DENVER — University of Colorado sprinter and hurdler Kyle MacIntosh is fighting for his life. MacIntosh was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma in December 2013 and the day after Christmas in 2014, he suffered a brain aneurism. He is currently receiving care at Children’s Hospital in Aurora.  Kami Carmann explains how his teammates are playing a critical role in his recovery. T-shirts to support MacIntosh are now available at The cost is $10 and proceeds will go directly to the MacIntosh family […]

  • Capt. Ben Garland

    Broncos player Ben Garland is already back at work with the Air Force

    AURORA, Colo. — Denver Broncos player Ben Garland spent this week nursing the disappointing Denver loss just like the rest of us … at work. The former Air Force cadet is finished with his official service commitment with the United States Air Force. He works with the Colorado Air National Guard because he loves it. Captain Garland is a Public Affairs Officer with the 140th Wing. He is not under contract with the Broncos but hopes to stay in Denver. […]

  • Older lacrosse players show how it’s done

    A record 38 countries are competing for gold at the World Lacrosse Championships at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park this weekend. Some of the scrappiest players took the field today. Six teams in the 60 and over age division are battling for bragging rights. Kami Carmann shows us how these seasoned Colorado has-beens are proving lacrosse is a lifelong sport.

  • Broncos’ defensive linemen come together at the dinner table

    DENVER — The Broncos have finished their formal offseason workouts until training camp begins next month. But for the new and improved defensive line, some of the most critical work was done at the dinner table.  

  • CU Buffalo overcomes serious accident to live dream

    BOULDER, Colo. — There was a time when Terran Hasselbach never thought he would play football, let alone at a Division I college program. After a serious car accident kept him sidelined for three years, Hasselbach bounced back in a big way. His friends helped pull him through and he has plenty of motivation to prove himself in Boulder.  

  • Amy Van Dyken-Rouen’s fighting spirit after tragic accident

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Amy Van Dyken-Rouen is out of intensive care and preparing to transfer to Craig Hospital in Denver to continue her rehabilitation. It has only been 10 days since the six-time Olympic champion severed her spine in an all terrain vehicle accident. She has kept everyone in the loop through social media, showing her strong spirit and sense of humor in the midst of a serious crisis. Van Dyken-Rouen’s friend knows firsthand how and why she is channeling […]

  • Body builder looks to crush stereotypes

    DENVER — When people see Alex Carneiro’s huge arms they may jump to the same conclusion: “I think the biggest stereotype people have is we are all meatheads.” But this Brazilian’s brains are brawny too. “My dad is a diplomat, my mom is a doctor. I speak 4 languages,” Alex says. After graduating from Northern Colorado with a degree in kinesiology, Alex started putting his knowledge about the human body to the test, eventually becoming a professional bodybuilder in the […]

  • Former CU Buff writes about coming out

    BOULDER, Colo. — For former University of Colorado women’s basketball player Kate Fagan, being back in Boulder is hard. Talking about her own story, titled “The Reappearing Act” at the Boulder Bookstore brings back painful memories for her. “You  can’t separate the place from returning you to those emotions,” she said. “It’s always hard to be back in Boulder.” Coming to terms with her sexuality during her basketball career at CU while navigating a strong religious identity made for a […]

  • Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coin made at Denver Mint

    Hall of Fame pitcher Goose Gossage helps print money at Denver Mint

    DENVER — Hall of Fame Pitcher and Colorado native Goose Gossage is printing money. He visited the Denver Mint Tuesday to strike the National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin. Gossage is helping promote the coin program which benefits the Baseball Hall of Fame. The uncirculated coins are in production in Denver and are on sale for $22.95. It features a glove and ball design and is the first curved coin ever created. 50,000 $5 coins, which cost more than […]

  • Mammoth goalie Dillon Ward working on his autograph

    DENVER — The Colorado Mammoth are gearing up for the first round of the playoffs in the National Lacrosse League. But for goalie Dillon Ward, who is the leading candidate for rookie of the year,  he has a mission before the games begin. Ward wants a new sleek and smooth signature. The Orangeville, Ontario native says his parents always gave him grief about his hand writing, claiming he would definitely turn out to be a doctor. “I feel bad when […]

  • Fix-it men — Antonopulos, Gillen provide healing power for Denver athletes

    DENVER — There are two guys fans see all the time when watching the Nuggets or Broncos. They are two of the most important people on the payroll for both teams, but very few people know head athletic trainers Steve Antonopulos or Jim Gillen. Both have been fixtures on the sideline for more than two decades. They first crossed paths in college before taping ankles in Denver.

  • CCU women’s basketball team honored at Women’s Final Four

    DENVER —  When the Colorado Christian University women’s basketball team lost its team manager Kaylee McBeth to a heart tumor, the basketball family crumbled. An energetic, fun-loving force who had to stop playing basketball in high school because of her tumor, Kaylee found a way to always bring a smile to the team she was working with. Five days after she died, the Cougars were back on the court. Now the CCU women’s team is being honored at the Women’s […]