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Macradee Aegerter is a small town girl from Southeastern Wyoming living her dream in the Mile High City.

Macradee joined the FOX31 and Channel 2 News team in August 2014 as a general assignment reporter. She develops enterprise story ideas each day and typically covers breaking news, crime, and community concerns.

Prior to arriving in Denver, Macradee was a News/Sports reporter at WDAF-TV in Kansas City, Mo. where she covered Friday Night Lights, the World Series Champs, Kansas City Royals and even the Kansas City Chiefs despite being a longtime Denver Broncos Fan.

An avid sports fan, Macradee started her career as a Sports Reporter at KGWN-TV in Cheyenne, Wyoming and soon became the first female Sports Director in the State of Wyoming and one of only 840 members of the media invited to vote for each year’s Heisman Trophy Winner.

In 2009, KGWN-TV named her the News Director, making her one of the youngest active News Director’s in the country. While working in Cheyenne, she sat down for an interview with Barack Obama, the first Democratic Presidential Candidate to come through the Cowboy State since JFK.

Macradee has a degree in Communication & Journalism from the University of Wyoming. Outside of work you can catch her exploring the mountains, golfing, fly fishing and going concerts in the outdoors. She is the proud mother of two rescue Italian Greyhounds and volunteers as a mentor with Denver Urban Scholars.

She wants to cover the issues that matter most in the community, so if you have any ideas or concerns, email her at Macradee.Aegerter@KDVR.com.


Recent Articles
  • Video released shows confrontation leading to deadly shooting of suspect in Loveland

    LOVELAND, Colo. — Newly released police dashcam video shows the fatal shooting of a Loveland man. Officers shot and killed Stephen Rich, 48, last month. The confrontation happened during an attempted traffic stop and crash. All four officers involved were cleared of any wrongdoing after the district attorney ruled the officers were justified in the use of deadly force. Loveland’s police chief, Bob Ticher, said the video proves that is the case. “Those officers` lives were in jeopardy during those […]

  • Man found dead inside camper in Denver’s Swansea neighborhood identified

    DENVER — Denver homicide detectives determined the identity of a man found dead in a camper on North Milwaukee Street on July 14. Kahari Oliver, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene from a gunshot wound and officials are treating the incident as a homicide. Police were called to the scene to conduct a welfare check, neighbors say after a possible assault. They found a man dead in the camper that’s been parked on vacant land for more than a […]

  • Man injured in accidental shooting at Tanner Gun Show

    DENVER — A shooting at the Denver Mart’s Tanner Gun Show sent one man to the hospital and left another in handcuffs. Investigators said a vendor was setting up their space, a gun accidentally discharged and the bullet hit another employee. The employee who was shot is expected to be OK. Witnesses said the accidental shooting happened around noon Saturday. “Sign right there says no loaded guns, and that applies to vendors as well as patrons that go in so […]

  • Shooting suspect’s grandmother speaks out about man’s death

    DENVER — Two men wanted for first-degree murder were still on the run Thursday. Justin Slyter, 39, was killed outside a Denver 7-Eleven store just after midnight Sunday. Two suspects are in custody. One is a juvenile, the other is 25-year-old David Houston. He turned himself in at the urging of his grandmother, who didn’t want to be named. She said she believes her grandson was just with the wrong people, in the wrong place at the wrong time, but […]

  • Wedding business is booming in Denver

    DENVER — Denver is not only a poplar city to live, work and play, but now also to get married in. The Denver Clerk and Recorder’s Office said the number of marriage licenses being issued this year is up more than 10 percent over last year. “Really, June through October is when we see the most weddings. I’ve had hundreds of inquiries this year from couples wanting to get married, way more than I can handle,” said Sara Brown, a […]

  • Week after deadly shooting in Denver, families still searching for answers

    DENVER — The families of two men shot last week at East 29th Avenue and York Street are searching for answers. Don Sperow, 25, was killed and Troy Funches, 40, remains in critical condition. The suspects in the double shooting have not been caught, though police say it’s an active investigation. On Friday, Kelsey Wolf clutched the cremated remains of the man she calls her soulmate. “He was my everything,” she said of Don Sperow. She said she can’t understand […]

  • Fourth of July fireworks use kept fire departments busy

    DENVER — The Fourth of July holiday kept fire departments across the metro in near constant demand. “Most of that was related to careless behavior,” said Eric Hunter, spokesman for South Metro Fire Rescue Authority. “I think it’s frustrating for the fire department.” Frustration mounted at noon Wednesday when a call came in about a boy who said the fireworks he was playing with in the open space off Orchard Road near South Broadway caused a grass fire. “This child […]

  • One killed, one injured in shooting at 29th and York in Denver

    DENVER — Two people were shot and taken to a hospital in critical condition late Friday night. One of them later died, the Denver Police Department said. Officers responded to East 29th Avenue and York Street where they found two gunshot victims. They said the investigation was ongoing.

  • 62-year-old good Samaritan beaten to death in Denver honored at memorial

    DENVER — Members of the community gathered Tuesday to honor a 62-year-old man who was beaten to death after stopping an attack on two teenagers in Denver. A crowd packed a small room at the Saint Francis Day Center, where a single candle burned next to a picture of James Farmer Jr. Witnesses said Farmer was asleep in his car when the teens were attacked near Curtis and 25th streets on June 16. They said he got out to intervene and became a […]

  • Construction accident next door might keep new small business from opening

    DENVER — A Highland neighborhood apartment building under construction is causing a massive crack in the plan for a new deli and brewery that was supposed to open its doors next month. Small business owners and constant construction are changing the face of the neighborhood. “Just building my dream, I guess,” said Daniel Appell, who’s dream is The Grateful Gnome. “I’ve just had an affinity for the little guys.” He wants to open a brewery and Italian-style deli like the […]

  • Thousands descend on downtown Denver for annual Pride festival

    DENVER — Thousands of people  participated in the first day of the annual two-day Pride festival at Civic Center Park this weekend. This is the 42nd year for the event which began Saturday and runs through Sunday. It’s the largest annual fundraiser put on by the GLBT Community Center of Colorado. Not only does the event draw more than 350,000 people to the area, it also raises money for local programs geared for LGBTQ youth and seniors. Visitors can come […]

  • Police follow numerous leads in Kiaya Campbell homicide investigation

    THORNTON, Colo. — Police continued to follow leads Saturday in the death of 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell. The area where the body was found has again been taped off and dogs were brought in to help with the search. Investigators were also sorting through mounds of evidence collected Friday at the site where her body was found near East 128th Avenue and Jasmine Street. Campbell disappeared Wednesday night. Her body was found in a grassy area behind a Thornton subdivision on Thursday […]