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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
  • Friends hope DUI crash educates drivers

    Friends hope a DUI crash helps others learn to avoid the same fate.

  • Body camera video shows excessive force

    Body camera video shows Denver police officer using excessive force

    DENVER — A new video released by the Denver Police Department on Thursday, from an incident captured in August, showed an officer using excessive force against a suspect in custody. The video, which was taken by a police body camera, shows an officer using his knee on a man’s neck to keep a suspect on the ground. The officer was cited for the incident and received a four-day suspension this past week. The department confirmed the video was a reminder […]

  • Woman hit by car that plowed into pizza shop

    Car hits woman, then plows into pizza shop

    AURORA, Colo. — An Aurora pizza restaurant is still standing after a car plowed through its front windows on Wednesday and left one woman stunned after being hit by the vehicle. The accident happened at Pudge Brothers Pizza, near 6th Avenue and Dayton Street, around 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Witnesses reported seeing the driver accidentally hit the gas pedal instead of the brake and also accidentally plowing into a woman who was walking nearby. The woman who was hit was […]

  • New center to work against youth violence

    DENVER — Colorado Rep. Rhonda Fields helps create a new center that aims to reduce youth violence.

  • Lyft driver

    Ride-sharing service offers $1,000 to sign up; drivers worry they’ll lose out

    DENVER — Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are relatively new companies to Colorado but the market to attract the best employees is a top priority and requires competitive pay. Lyft, a California-based ride sharing service, recently offered a $1,000 bonus to new employees if they signed up for a special promotion and met certain criteria. Now, several prospective employees across Colorado and the country, are worried they’ll be left without the money Lyft promised. “A thousand dollars is a […]

  • Snow piled up in Boulder

    Boulder IceBusters need help clearing snow for seniors, disabled residents

    BOULDER, Colo. — After several days of heavy snowfall, the City of Boulder is temporarily lifting requirements to get sidewalks cleared within 24 hours of the last snowfall. The measure, which went into effect over the weekend, was the first time the city had relaxed the rules in at least four years. Residents are normally required to clear their public sidewalks quickly after a storm or could potentially face a fine. However, the rule changes aren’t slowing the work of […]

  • After ACLU suit, Fort Collins temporarily changes panhandling laws

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The City of Fort Collins is rolling back some of its most stringent rules against panhandling after a lawsuit was filed by the Colorado chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU, which filed a suit in February, argued the rules against panhandling violate a person’s freedom of speech. On Friday, Fort Collins officials met to discuss an emergency review of the 1995 ordinance. A hearing was set to be held on Monday in federal court […]

  • Denver Public Schools prepares for tough Monday conditions

    DENVER — Denver Public Schools were slated to open as normal Monday despite weather conditions, officials said. But some bus delays were expected. “In preparation for frigid temperatures, please plan to dress yourselves and students for cold and snowy conditions in the morning,” DPS said in a statement. For the latest school delays and closures, visit our School Closures page.

  • Accident at 138th and Holly in Thornton

    Pregnant woman critically hurt after car involved in crash hits family on sidewalk

    THORNTON, Colo. — A 33-year-old pregnant woman is fighting for her life after she was struck by a vehicle in Thornton on Wednesday afternoon. The victim, who’s name has not been released, was rushed to Denver Health Medical Center via helicopter after the crash near 138th and Holly street. Police believe a teenage driver struck another car that was trying to turn. That car accidentally plowed into a family of three. Thornton Police reported two other people, a small toddler […]

  • Vigil honors veteran Denver EMS professional

    Denver paramedics join together to remember veteran EMS worker

    DENVER — Dozens of Denver firefighters, police officers and EMS workers gathered outside Denver Health on Tuesday night to remember Debbie Crawford, a long-time paramedic who passed away over the weekend. Crawford, who had been working as a paramedic since the 1980s, reportedly took her own life just hours after responding to a fatal accident between an RTD light rail train and a pedestrian. “Tonight we’re here to honor her memory, and to carry that memory forward,” said Scott Bookman, chief […]

  • Statue vandalized at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Denver

    Vandals return to Denver church, cause thousands in damage

    DENVER — The small parish of St. Francis of Assisi in Denver is cleaning up Monday after two men vandalized the facility over the weekend. The parish, which has been the victim of vandalism before, was able to record the incident on surveillance video. The vandals were caught on camera taking a club to a statue in the front of the church, breaking into a back window, and causing other damage. “This person has a problem with God,” said pastor […]

  • In wake of vandalism, police union leader calls for Chief White’s resignation

    DENVER — A day after vandals spread red paint over a Denver Police memorial, some police officers are demanding change from within their own department over handling of the event. “We allowed it to be desecrated,” said Nick Rogers, president of the Denver Police Protective Association in an interview with FOX31 Denver on Sunday. The Fraternal Order of Police joined the call for change Monday. See the letter it sent to Police Chief Robert White here. Over the weekend, two men were […]