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Macradee Aegerter is a reporter at FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2.

Recent Articles
  • Outrage grows over Congress’ internet privacy vote

    WASHINGTON — The Republican-led Congress has stirred the online hornet’s nest. Outrage is growing at Republicans after a controversial vote Tuesday to repeal internet privacy protections that were approved by the Federal Communications Commission in the final days of the Obama administration. Privacy advocates, consumer groups and the tech community are attacking the decision. It was quickly panned by the editorial board of The New York Times and by commenters on conservative media outlet Breitbart News. RELATED: Consumer Reports: 66 ways […]

  • Congress overturns internet privacy rules; can you still protect yourself?

    DENVER — Your online personal information could be more at risk than ever. President Donald Trump is expected to sign into law a decision by Congress to overturn new privacy rules for internet service providers or ISPs. That means providers such as AT&T, Comcast and Verizon will be able to track, collect and sell everything you do online. Websites such as Google and Facebook have long been tracking and selling our browsing history and habits on the internet. It’s how […]

  • East High students’ racially charged social media posts anger community groups

    DENVER — Community groups are outraged after they say a group of East High School students were given a slap on the wrist for a series of racially charged public postings on social media. The social media posts were made this month by a group of white female students. Parents say they were never notified even though the school was looking into it. Now several community groups are asking Denver Public Schools and East High to do more in light […]

  • Denver holds youth job fair in neighborhood where businesses are hiring

    DENVER — A new idea is taking off that might help teens snag that elusive first job.

  • Denver group teaches community how to prevent terrorism

    DENVER — Wednesday’s terror attack in London involved a tactic that’s becoming more common and seemingly difficult to stop: Driving a vehicle into a crowd. Five people were killed and 20 others injured. It leaves many wondering, could it happen in Denver? Large crowds of innocent people going about their day have become quick, easy and cheap targets for terrorists. In July, 84 people were killed when a terrorist in Nice, France, drove a truck into a crowd of people […]

  • Crews search for missing 66-year-old man in Wellington Lake

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a possible drowning at Wellington Lake. A man and a woman ended up in the water after their canoe capsized at about 10 a.m., according to the sheriff’s office. “I’m in shock, this wasn’t what I was expecting today,” said Wellington Lake Park Ranger Randi Clark. Clark and Wellington Lake Manager Jeanne Sander were both in the office Wednesday morning when a witness started yelling that someone was in the […]

  • Man goes missing in Wellington Lake after boat capsizes

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — A search was conducted for a man who went missing in Wellington Lake after a boat capsized in high winds Wednesday morning. The man was on the water with his wife, who was rescued and airlifted to the hospital. By Wednesday afternoon searchers had spent hours combing the water. “I’m in shock. Wasn’t what I was expecting today,” Wellington Lake Park ranger Randi Clark said. Clark and Wellington Lake manager Jeanne Sander were in the office […]

  • Mayor proclaims Tuesday as ‘Denver Immigration Day of Action’

    DENVER — Denver Mayor Michael Hancock proclaimed Tuesday as “Denver Immigration Day of Action” despite the Trump administration claiming it’s a sanctuary city and threatening to withhold federal funding. The mayor’s office said the proclamation is part of “a new effort to showcase the diverse people who make Denver the beautiful home we are all proud of.” The mayor made the proclamation at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday on the front steps of the City and County Building. “I am joined by the beautiful […]

  • Father, husband killed while on the job

    DENVER — It was a snowy early morning when surveillance video showed a man arriving to a business lot to plow snow before people arrived for work. Macradee Aegerter reports on the events that left the father and husband dead.

  • Discovery of dead body forces neighboring family out of apartment

    THORNTON, Colo. — A gruesome situation at an apartment complex in Thornton is forcing one family out of their home, and it they might not be able to return for weeks. A decomposing body was found inside an apartment at the View Point Apartments near 104th Avenue. The body was discovered after a toilet flooded the unit and the water seeped into another unit. The man’s body was lying in several inches of sewage water and police say it had been there for […]

  • 3 badly burned people dropped off at gas station after explosion in Bailey

    BAILEY, Colo. — A house explosion injured three people in Bailey on Friday night. It happened just after 8 p.m. on South Ridge Drive. The Park County Sheriff’s Office said it was caused by hash oil production. On Saturday, tucked away on a quiet ridge in Bailey, the large mountain home sat empty. Half of it was charred and barren after Friday’s explosion that sparked a fire that ripped through half of the rooms. “It makes me sad that this […]

  • 3 people seriously injured in Bailey house explosion

    BAILEY, Colo. — Three people were seriously injured in a house explosion in Bailey in the mountains southwest of Denver late Friday night. Their injuries were described as severe burns. The damage to the house was apparent Saturday morning. Tucked away on a quiet ridge, the large mountain home sat empty. Gene Stanley, the Park County Emergency Management director, said it happened in the Burland subdivision of Bailey. The house is on South Ridge Road. Half of it was charred […]