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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
  • Good Samaritans who helped victims in fiery, fatal crash speak out

    DENVER — People who stopped to help at a fatal, fiery crash in Denver spoke about the experience Friday. The accident happened mid-morning Thursday on I-25 near 52nd Avenue and involved a dump truck and a car carrying four people. One died and three were injured and another was not hurt. Veronika and her fiancé Gene won’t call themselves heroes. They say they were only doing what any one should have. They were right behind the dump truck and jeep […]

  • One killed, 3 injured in fiery I-25 crash north of downtown

    DENVER — One person was killed and three others were critically injured in a fiery crash on Interstate 25 north of downtown on Thursday morning, the Denver Police Department said. The crash involved a dump truck and a Jeep SUV in the northbound lanes near East 52nd Avenue, forcing the closure of the interstate. Police said the vehicles were traveling next to each other in the far right lanes when for unknown reasons they collided. The collision pushed the Jeep […]

  • Law enforcement on high alert after Littleton gun store targeted in theft

    LITTLETON, Colo. — A gun store in Littleton was targeted by burglars for the third time in less than a year. The latest incident at Triple J Armory off County Line Road happened early Wednesday morning. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is assisting in the investigation. The federal agency said the smash-and-grab burglary not only put deadly weapons in the hands of criminals, but it’s also part of a growing trend in Colorado and nationwide. Last year, […]

  • Few companies report results of state-ordered oil and gas well inspections

    DENVER — It’s been a little more than a month since a natural gas explosion killed two people in Firestone, and it’s been three weeks since Gov. John Hickenlooper gave oil and gas operators 30 days to inspect all flow lines within 1,000 feet of occupied buildings. But at a meeting Tuesday between the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and oil and gas operators in the state, the director of the COGCC said few energy companies have reported the […]

  • Cleanup underway in Fort Collins after heavy snow causes damage across city

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The spring snowstorm hit Fort Collins especially hard Thursday into Friday. The city prepared as well as it could, covering flowerbeds across the city, but there was only so much officials could do. With how much moisture fell, crews were out cutting off broken tree limbs while homeowners were dragging debris to the street. Water cascaded off roofs and trees and trickled down drains in Old Town. “It’s beautiful and we need the water,” said Jenny […]

  • Man accused of killing 4-year-old nephew while boy’s grandmother was upstairs

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Newly released documents reveal more about what happened inside a Broomfield home before a little boy was found dead. Emanuel Doll, 25, is accused of killing his twin sister’s son with an ax at their father’s Broomfield home on April 27. According to court documents, Doll’s parents, picked up their 4-year-old grandson that morning so their daughter could go to nursing school. Back at their house, the boy was on the couch playing on his iPad when his […]

  • Riders say distracted drivers in vehicles cause sharp increase in motorcycle crashes

    DENVER — Three motorcyclists died on Colorado roads Friday. In two of the crashes, the driver of a vehicle was at fault. With the warming weather, more bikers are out. May is also Motorcycle Awareness Month. On Saturday in Littleton, a ride was held by the BikerDown organization to raise awareness of the consequences of distracted driving. “This here is my brother’s initials and the date of his accident,” David Currier said pointing to initials on the back of his […]

  • One dead, one in custody after suspicious Northglenn fire

    NORTHGLENN, Colo. — A person was found dead inside an apartment unit that caught fire Friday morning, the Northglenn Police Department said. Firefighters responded the the Greens of Northglenn apartments at 350 W. 114th Ave. just before 9 a.m. When firefighters went inside the unit, they discovered the body of 77-year-old Joe Montoya. The fire, deemed suspicious by firefighters, was put out and no other apartment units were damaged, police said. Police found the victim’s vehicle a few miles from the […]

  • Residents: Recreational shooting a danger in Boulder County

    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — Residents in the Boulder County high country say recreational shooting on public land is going to get someone killed if something isn’t done. Public land near Nederland is shared among homeowners, runners, bikers, campers and recreational shooters. Those who live and play there say recreational shooters have become a huge problem. On any given day, the peace and serenity of the great outdoors is interrupted with sounds of gunfire. There are dozens of bullet casings just […]

  • Contractors booked as storm repairs get underway across metro Denver

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — Storm cleanup for residents in Lakewood, Golden and Wheat Ridge is extensive and will be costly. Contractors were already hard at work Tuesday after Monday’s damaging storms. The hail came down with force in the areas west of downtown Denver. “The hail here was, like I said, probably about golf ball size,” said Brady Reay, a roofer with Ropa Roofing. The size of the hail caused significant damage to cars and roofs. Outside one home in […]

  • Owners sometimes don’t know abandoned oil and gas wells sit on their property

    DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper has ordered all oil and gas operators in the state to inspect and test all active and abandoned flow lines within 1,000 feet of buildings in the next 30 days. But there are countless others, abandoned decades ago, that aren’t marked or buried under buildings, including one near downtown Denver. Data from the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission show the location and status of every known oil and gas well, active and plugged in […]

  • Protesters in Denver take on President Trump’s environmental policies

    DENVER — Protesters wanting action on climate change braved the snow and cold Saturday to march through the streets of Denver. The march coincided with President Donald Trump’s 100th day in office. “The issue is too vital, too urgent,” said Weldon Barker from Loveland. “People really care. We’re Colorado. This is where it starts, you know,” said Rusty Connor, who came in Friday night from southeast Colorado to participate in the march. They said they wanted to take on the […]