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Rob Low is an Emmy Winning Storyteller, who has covered a little bit of everything in 20-plus years of reporting.

He’s a Denver native who’s thrilled to call the Mile High City home again after crisscrossing the country. He began as a weekend weather man in Grand Junction, Colo. Reporting stints followed in Fort Myers, Fl, New Orleans, LA, and Kansas City, Mo.

Rob likes to bike, play basketball (poorly) and explore new places with his family. He loves to tell unusual stories you won’t see anywhere else.

As a special projects reporter he has more time to dig through tips, so don’t hesitate to send him story ideas. Email me at rob.low@kdvr.com.


Recent Articles
  • Former Colorado GOP chairman charged with voter fraud, forgery

    GREELEY, Colo. — The former chairman of Colorado’s Republican Party has been charged with voter fraud and forgery. Steve Curtis, 57, is accused of filling out and mailing in his ex-wife’s ballot for the 2016 presidential election. Curtis was the state’s GOP chairman from 1997 to 1999 and currently hosts a talk radio show on KLZ-560 AM. He made his first court appearance Tuesday morning in Weld County to be advised of the charges against him. “We’re not going to talk about […]

  • Sex offender registry mix-up puts wrong house on map

    PINE JUNCTION, Colo. — Colorado’s sex offender registry is the last place Ray Crawford expected to find his address listed online. “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing,” said the 52-year-old, who went to the website maintained by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation out of simple curiosity to see if any of his neighbors might be on it. Instead, he discovered a green icon with the words “Failure to Register” placed in a spot that looked very familiar. “Clicked on […]

  • Aurora parents charged with child abuse for identical deaths of 2 babies

    AURORA, Colo. — Child abuse charges have been filed after a December FOX31 Problem Solvers investigation into the deaths of two infant brothers who died under identical circumstances two years apart. Tierra Collins, 28, and Gregory Tyler Newton, 27, have been booked with two counts of misdemeanor child abuse. The parents were under investigation in December for the July 2014 death of 7-month-old Azian Newton and the June death 3-month-old Nazairean Newton. Aurora police reports revealed both babies “died while sleeping […]

  • HIV-positive man accused of housing gay runaways pleads guilty to sex trafficking

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Sean Crumpler is facing 50 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday afternoon to three counts of sex trafficking. The 50-year old was originally charged with 21 counts in September 2015 after investigators discovered he was living with a dozen young men between the ages of 16 and 21 in an Aurora rental home. Prosecutors say Crumpler offered free housing to gay runways in exchange for sex, some of whom where minors. Crumpler tattooed his name “Sean” on […]

  • Regis University hit with sexual harassment claim

    DENVER — A 23-year-old metro Denver woman has filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against Regis University for the way she says it failed to handle her claim of sexual harassment. The former graduate student and the 58-year-old professor she accuses of inappropriate behavior are not being named. The professor resigned last week, seven months after the woman first complained to university leaders, according to her Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint. The student and her attorney Paula Greisen […]

  • Perpetrator claims innocence after conviction for 20-year-old sex crime exonerates dad

    WESTCLIFFE, Colo. — The man convicted of a sex crime that happened 20 years ago that was the focus of a Problem Solvers investigation still maintains he is innocent. “What I’m saying is, I didn’t do it. Somebody did it, but it wasn’t me,” Joel Market said. He spoke during a jailhouse interview in Westcliffe, where he was being held by the Custer County Sheriff’s Office. The interview came one day before Market was transferred to a Colorado State Prison […]

  • Man exonerated 20 years after parental rights terminated

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — There’s no way to overstate the wrong that’s been inflicted upon Brad Pitman. The 44-year-old never got to see his children grow up because of a crime now known he didn’t commit. His parental rights were terminated in 1997 because El Paso County social workers believed he sexually assaulted his then-4-year-old daughter in Colorado Springs. Pitman was never arrested, but that didn’t matter to a family court judge, who approved the termination recommended by the El […]

  • Abilify drug blamed for compulsive gambling, eating, shopping, sex

    DENVER — Imagine a prescription drug that makes you gamble, have sex, overeat or go binge shopping. Abilify has been blamed for all of it. It’s one of the most profitable drugs in America. It’s why some patients think the maker and the Food and Drug Administration were too slow to warn of potential side effects. Abilify is an anti-psychotic drug meant to help with depression and bipolar disorder. But hundreds of lawsuits nationwide blame the drug for causing compulsive […]

  • Mile High Singles ordered to pay disgruntled customer

    GLENDALE, Colo. — Two weeks after a FOX31 Problem Solvers investigation exposed numerous customers’ concerns about the Denver dating agency Mile High Singles, one customer has won a default judgment in Arapahoe County small claims court. John Black of Superior said he gives credit to the Problem Solvers for his victory because the director of Mile High Singles, Sheryl McDowell, refused to get out of her car at the Littleton courthouse. “She decided she didn’t want to be talking to […]

  • Mile High Singles gets no love from critics

    DENVER — Can you imagine paying up to $9,000 for a dating service? That’s what Mile High Singles charges for its VIP membership, though the price seems to vary depending on how much customers are willing to pay. But multiple customers tell the FOX31 Problem Solvers they feel they got taken. “Their purpose is not to help you meet somebody. Their purpose is to take your money during that interview,” said one female customer who asked to have her identity […]

  • HIV-positive man accused of housing underage runaways rearrested

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — An HIV-positive man arrested in 2015 for allegedly housing underage gay runaways in exchange for sex is in legal trouble again. Sean Crumpler, 50, is back in the Arapahoe County Jail after the FBI’s Innocence Lost Task Force said he violated bond conditions. Crumpler is scheduled to go on trial in April for 21 counts related to sex trafficking and sexual assault on a child. He had been free on a $100,000 bond but was rearrested Jan. […]

  • Nurse still has license despite arrest for patient abuse

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Sirena Sisneros was a Swedish Medical Center patient who was kept in restraints. But an Englewood police report obtained by the FOX31 Problem Solvers said that didn’t stop nurse Savannah Andryczak from slapping Sisneros “in an aggressive manner.” The 26-year-old nurse faces an Englewood city assault charge. She also has worked at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood. Swedish Medical Center fired Andryczak, and reported her to police and the Colorado Board of Nursing. But three months later, […]