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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
  • Video shows alleged abuse at Winchester Dairy Farm operation in New Mexico. Video image courtesy: Mercy for Animals

    Warning: Graphic video shows alleged abuse of cows at New Mexico dairy farm

    DENVER — A Colorado based cheese conglomerate is severing ties with a New Mexico dairy plant after a video surfaced Wednesday detailing alleged abuse. The video released to all Denver media, on behalf of Mercy for Animals, details conditions at a dairy plant near Roswell, New Mexico. Since the video’s release, the plant at Winchester Dairy Farm has shut down operations but an investigation into its practices remains ongoing. The video is graphic and viewers should be warned that some […]

  • Family and friends honor teen murdered three years ago

    DENVER — Family and friends of Kenia Monge gathered in City Park on Sunday to reflect both on a painful anniversary and the struggle to protect more women from violent predators. Monge, who died in April 2011, was murdered after accepting a ride from a stranger while leaving a Denver nightclub. The teen’s remains were found on September 7, 2011 after killer confessed to police. “If I didn’t have this is as therapy, I don’t know where we’d be right now,” said Tony Lee, […]

  • Road debris on I-25 smashes windshield

    Close call: Flying road debris smashes Denver driver’s windshield

    A Denver driver is asking the Colorado Department Of Transportation to improve its cleanup operations along Interstate 25 after his car was hit with a big piece of roadside debris. His windshield was smashed. RJ O’Connor told FOX31 Denver he was almost seriously hurt after a piece of tire came flying at his windshield during his Wednesday morning commute. The driver contacted CDOT for further assistance but also wants drivers to be aware that they could be next. “It had […]

  • Army helicopter airlifts marijuana from illegal grow in Boulder County, Colo.

    Army uses Black Hawk helicopter to airlift pot from Boulder County illegal grow operation

    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — Boulder County Sheriff’s deputies have shut down an illegal marijuana grow facility after it was discovered by hikers in a remote area last month. The grow operation, which also contained an irrigation system, was located on private property but without the land owner’s permission. “I would say these were experienced people who knew what they were doing and I would believe have likely been here before,” said Scott Williams, a commander with the Boulder County Sheriff’s […]

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    Rally on CU-Boulder campus remembers Michael Brown, pushes for peace

    DENVER — On the first day of classes, several students gathered in the middle of the CU-Boulder campus to remember an unarmed Missouri teenager who was killed in a confrontation with police earlier this month. An estimated one hundred students and staff gathered around sunset to reflect on the Michael Brown case and what it could mean for race relations going forward. The event, which featured speakers from several different cultures and backgrounds, was also designed to highlight the need for […]

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    Colorado voters to decide if genetically modified foods will be labeled

    DENVER — Colorado voters will get to decide in November whether or not food companies should be required to label which products contain Genetically Modified Organisms, better known as GMOs. Over 170,000 signed a petition that will force the issue onto the statewide ballot. Proponents of the plan believe consumers should be more aware of what is inside their food but some worry the added labels could result in increased food prices. Some small business owners are also they won’t […]

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    Viewers help raise $13,000 for Colorado family in need

    LONGMONT, Colo. — Less than 24 hours after a Colorado family asked for help after a deadly car crash, FOX31 Denver viewers and friends helped raise over $13,000 for the family in need. Heather and Amber Adams are planning to travel to South Africa on Thursday to reunite with their mother who remains hospitalized in South Africa. Their mother and two other Coloradans remain in the country after a deadly car crash over the weekend. The crash, which was reported […]

  • Family trying to raise money to be with woman injured in crash

    Car crash kills 2 Coloradans, injures 3 others in South Africa

    BOULDER, Colo. — Five people, many of whom worked at a Boulder software company, were killed or seriously hurt in a car crash in South Africa over the weekend. The crash, according to the local South African media, occurred near the town of Mtubatuba on the country’s coast. Scott Reneau and Trudy Dietzen, both identified as Colorado residents, are reported to have died in the crash and three others remain in the hospital. “Its just that I want to be there for her and it’s hard,” said Amber Adams, […]

  • Family remembers child who drowned at Platte River Park

    DENVER — A memorial has been set up along the Platte River where a three-year-old boy died Saturday after a tragic accident. The family identified the child as Amari Furqan. However, the Coroner’s Office has not released an official identification or cause of death. An autopsy is expected to be performed on Monday. The family believes the boy escaped from a first-floor window and wandered into a nearby park and eventually the river. “I think the playground attracted him or something,” […]

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    Land’s End faces backlash over sending free issues of racy magazine to some customers

    DENVER — Lands’ End, a traditional family friendly clothing company, is facing a public backlash after sending copies of G.Q. magazine to customers without their permission. The magazine in question, which features a woman nearly topless on the cover, was sent to customers who’ve spent $100 with the company in the last month. The company was attempting to reward high value customers with a free subscription but instead customers vented to the company on social media. One mother, who posted […]

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    Ebola concerns grow as cases, deaths rise in Africa

    DENVER — On the same day the Centers for Disease Control increased it’s response to the Ebola outbreak, health experts in Colorado declared the risk to the general population remains extremely low. The Ebola outbreak, which has spread through several West Africa nations, is responsible for a rising death toll and fears of a global health emergency. The World Health Organization has sent several health officials to the region to help contain the outbreak. “We’re focusing on the public health […]

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    Denver announces it’s applying for money to host children who entered U.S. illegally

    DENVER — There is new controversy over a plan to help illegal immigrant children in Denver. City leaders announced Tuesday they are asking for federal money to host up to 60 undocumented children. “We think it’s fiscally responsible to go after federal grant dollars to provide support to kids,” says Penny May of Denver Human Services. Her department is applying for $4 million in federal money that will allow them to house up to 60 children. The program would last […]