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Mark Meredith is an award winning journalist and has been a member of the KDVR/KWGN newsroom since January 2012.

Since moving to Colorado, the Georgia native has covered a number of high profile stories including: the Aurora theater shooting, Colorado's push to legalize marijuana, the disappearance of Jessica Ridgeway, and the largest wildfire in Colorado history.

As part of his coverage of the Black Forest Wildfire, Mark was named the Colorado Broadcasting Association's best breaking news reporter in 2013.

Before moving to Colorado, Mark worked as a general assignment reporter at the NBC affiliate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. While in the Palmetto state, Mark covered a wide range of stories including plane crashes, local and state elections, hurricanes, the Presidential primary contest, and more.

Before reporting on-air, Mark served behind the scenes as an intern at CNN’s The Situation Room in Washington D.C. and for NBC News TODAY and Nightly News in New York, NY.

A native of Georgia, Mark enjoys spending time with family and friends, commercial aviation, and working out. A Southerner at heart, he’s looking forward to getting the chance to experience what the West has to offer.

Mark is a proud graduate of the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism. While at UGA, Mark worked behind the scenes with both WNEG News and the local campus produced station Newsource 15.


Recent Articles
  • Lottery drum used to select winners in Adams County marijuana business license lottery

    Adams County lottery decides who gets to open marijuana businesses

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. – A year after Denver began allowing recreational pot sales, Adams County took a big step forward Tuesday by selecting who could begin applying for licenses to operate within their jurisdiction. More than 1,600 people applied to the lottery system which grants a limited number of applications for marijuana testing, manufacturing, growing, and retail sales.  Through the drawing, which was held at the Adams County Government Center on Tuesday, only ten people were selected. “Anytime you have […]

  • Merlin from Broomfield, Colorado

    Reward offered for dog stolen from Broomfield brewery

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — A Brewery owner in Broomfield is offering a reward to help find his dog who police believe was stolen from the business on Sunday afternoon. “Merlin,” a Labrador Retriever mix, was reported missing around 1 p.m. on Sunday at the Wonderland Brewing Company off of West 120th Avenue. “I cant’ imagine never seeing him again,” said Merlin’s owner in an interview with FOX31 on Monday afternoon. Police believe the dog was stolen from the property because the […]

  • Family remembers Evergreen man who fell through ice

    EVERGREEN, Colo. — Three days after a man tragically fell through the ice of Evergreen Lake, hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects at a candlelight vigil Sunday night. Greg Henika, a former special education teacher at Evergreen High School, died on Thursday after the vehicle he was riding, described as a grooming tractor, collapsed into a lake while he was trying to clear away snow. “It shocked, a lot of people, it doesn’t happen here,” said John Ellis, a […]

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    Aurora theater shooting victim turns to murder memorabilia website to avoid being homeless

    DENVER — Two-and-a-half years since a gunman opened fire in a crowded movie theater, a victim who was struck several times is turning her pain into what she hopes is a profit. 24-year-old Carli Richards was inside theater number nine on July 20th, 2012 and suffered multiple injuries to her back, arms, and shoulders. Richards is hoping to turn the pellets, which have been recently removed from her body, into enough money to keep her off the streets. “I was […]

  • Surveillance video shows suspect slashing tires

    Adams County family wonders if they’re being targeted

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — After waking up to find their house damaged and their car vandalized, an Adams County family is releasing surveillance video and a personal plea for help. The incident, which happened near West 84th Avenue and Pecos Street, was recorded by surveillance cameras and has since been turned over to local investigators. “Just find some way to contact us to let us know what we’ve done to get you so upset with us,” said Jeff Cox, in […]

  • Attack during liquor store robbery

    Liquor store employee attacked, police look for suspect

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — Nearly a month after a liquor store employee was attacked while at work, Jefferson County deputies are releasing the video hoping to gather new leads. The attack, which happened December 19, occurred around 7 p.m. at Canyon Liquor in Coal Creek Canyon. The store’s owner asked for privacy but said she was overwhelmed by the amount of support the community has provided since the incident. One man witnessed the attacker escape but was unable to obtain […]

  • Northglenn, Colorado police

    Northglenn man attacked, robbed in driveway

    NORTHGLENN, Colo. — A Northglenn man is recovering at home after being attacked and carjacked in his driveway early Tuesday morning. The attack, which occurred in the 9600 block of Fox street, occurred before dawn and left the victim suffering from a head injury. Northglenn Police are looking for two men, possibly teenagers, as suspects in the attack. The victim’s family did want to speak with FOX31 Denver on camera but told staff the victim was recovering at home and had […]

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    Famous Colorado cartoonist draws in reaction to deadly Paris terrorism attack

    DENVER — After terrorists targeted a French newspaper on Wednesday, cartoonists from around the globe headed to the drawing board to show their support for those killed. “I think our hearts break today because we had people who died in the line of duty and that’s always hard to see,” said Drew Litton, a nationally published cartoonist who once worked for Denver’s Rocky Mountain News. See some of the cartoons here. The political cartoon industry has seen a decline as […]

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    The good news and bad news as oil prices keep dropping

    DENVER — While drivers continue to celebrate dropping gas prices, some investors see the drop in oil as a potential problem for oil companies across the United States. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 331 points Monday after oil closed below $50 a barrel for February delivery. The drop in oil could also spell trouble for energy companies that employ 111,000 people directly and indirectly in Colorado. “Companies are going to have to evaluate what they’re ‘gonna do with this […]

  • Colorado sees hike in minimum wage

    DENVER — The New Year means thousands of workers in Colorado will see an increase in their pay rate, but some people don’t expect it to make a big difference in their daily lives.  Effective today Colorado will require workers be paid a minimum of $8.23 an hour. That’s a twenty-three cent increase from the 2014 rate.  Here’s a link to see how Colorado compares to the rest of the country: http://www.ncsl.org/research/labor-and-employment/state-minimum-wage-chart.aspx  Colorado isn’t the only state to add an increase […]

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    Warehouse catches fire in northeast Denver

    DENVER -- A warehouse caught fire in Denver's Montbello neighborhood Tuesday afternoon.

  • Suit aims to get refund for would-be runners in Boulder Marathon

    BOULDER, Colo. — After the Boulder Marathon was cancelled two years in a row, the District Attorney’s Office has filed a lawsuit in an effort to get participants a refund check. According the lawsuit, which can be read here, an expected 1,839 people were left without a race to run in after the Boulder Marathon was cancelled both in 2013 and 2014. The lawsuit suggests the Boulder Marathon director, Jeffrey mason, collected $198,891 from runners for both events but never performed […]