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Rob Low is an investigative reporter with the FOX31 Problem Solvers.

He’s 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 an investigative reporter he has more time to dig through tips, so don’t hesitate to send him story ideas.

Recent Articles
  • Radical Approach to Overdose Epidemic-Supervise Drug Users: Problem Solvers Investigation

    DENVER– As the nation’s drug overdose epidemic soars, one Denver activist on the front line says it’s time to give addicts a safe place to use illicit drugs. It may sound counter-intuitive but Lisa Raville, the executive director of the Harm Reduction Action Center, points out nine countries – Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Luxembourg, Spain, Denmark, Australia and Canada  – have already legalized the practice. “The average heroin injector injects 3 to 5 times a day. If you`re homeless […]

  • Denver deputy accused of excessive force 3 times in one month

    DENVER — Deputy Sergeant Randolph Romero is keeping investigators with the Internal Affairs division of the Denver Sheriff’s Office very busy. Romero, 51, was charged with third-degree assault against an inmate August 4th.  But the Problem Solvers have learned that’s one of three separate accusations of excessive force allegedly committed in his last month on the job before he was suspended. The Denver District Attorney charged Romero with Misdemeanor Assault for an incident inside an elevator March 18.  Prosecutors say […]

  • Woman who lost breast during surgery says government immunity protects hospital, not her

    AURORA, Colo. —  A Lakewood woman who lost her left breast during reconstructive surgery claims she has no legal recourse because of Colorado’s government immunity act. Jemma Burnett underwent a double mastectomy surgery April 26 at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora. “I’ve tested positive for the BRCA 2 gene,” said Burnett, who has a family history of breast cancer and decided to have both of her breasts removed. “You can’t get breast cancer if you don`t have breast […]

  • Starbucks faces ‘grande’ lawsuit over hot tea that killed dog, burned owner

    DENVER — A Denver woman is suing Starbucks over hot tea that she claims caused second-degree burns and killed her dog. Deanna Salas-Solano, 58, claims the lid of the tea was not secured onto her cup when she bought a 20-ounce hot tea at the drive-thru Starbucks at 5835 Leetsdale Drive in Denver on Sept. 26, 2015. The lawsuit, filed in Denver District Federal Court on Friday, states hot tea spilled out of the cup through an unsecured lid and […]

  • Daycare deaths lead to parental notification changes in Colorado

    DENVER –The deaths of three babies at Colorado daycare’s over the last 18-months have prompted new rules from the State Department of Human Services. Now anytime a daycare provider is cited for a Safe Sleeping violation, parents whose children attend the daycare center or home daycare , will be notified by the state. An investigation by the FOX31 Problem Solvers discovered a three-month old, a nine-month old and a one-year-old all died at home day cares since 2016 related to unsafe […]

  • Formaldehyde forcing out new homeowners

    AURORA, Colo. — The American Dream is on hold for Gary and Carolyn Cooper in Aurora. A cancer causing chemical has forced them and hundreds of homeowners nationwide out of new homes. “I couldn’t basically see because there was a constant burning and running of my eyes,” said Gary Cooper, describing what it was like to live in his new house. He and his wife Carolyn closed June 30th on their home on South Grand Baker Street in Aurora. On […]

  • Metro pharmacist sentenced for health care fraud

    DENVER — Two years after the FBI shut down his company, , the owner of Brown’s Compounding Pharmacy has plead guilty to health care fraud and selling a drug unapproved for interstate commerce. Darby Brown, 47, received two years probation and an $87,000 fine. He will serve no jail time. In December, Brown gave up his company’s registration after state investigators said he broke pharmacy board rules by saying in a document that he “should know said drug has no […]

  • Evidence released in deadly school plot

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — Now that Sienna Johnson and Brooke Higgins have been sentenced for their plot to commit a massacre at Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch, Douglas County prosecutors have released evidence found in the girls’ journals, social media accounts and a recorded interview Johnson gave to a sheriff deputy. Johnson was on a mental health hold in December 2015, when a detective interviewed the now-17-year-old about her plan to kill students and staff at the high […]

  • Convicted felon running for council in Commerce City

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Being a convicted felon won’t keep Alan Howell from running for office in Commerce City. The 49-year-old is running for one of the city’s two at-large positions. “I’ve made changes in my life and I think that my story could be inspirational to others,” said Howell, who hopes voters won’t use his felony history against him in his race for city council. “I did six years in the penitentiary,” Howell said. His criminal history dates back […]

  • Judge rules Golden neighbors’ fence can stay

    GOLDEN, Colo. — A couple in Golden will get to keep their front yard fence after their next-door neighbor lost his lawsuit to have it taken down. A Jefferson County judge dismissed Dave Williams’ claim for a prescriptive easement after a two-day trial. Williams sued Keith and Carol Liese over a fence they put up to keep Williams from coming onto their property. Williams might not have helped himself when he took the stand. In one exchange with the Lieses’ […]

  • Take down that fence: Neighbor suing Golden couple

    GOLDEN, Colo. — A couple in Golden are being sued by their next-door neighbor after they put up a fence to keep him off their property. “Ridiculous, ridiculous this is our property, this is our home,” Carol Liese said. She claims her next-door neighbor, Dave Williams, made inappropriate remarks and advances toward her soon after she and her husband Keith Liese moved into their home at 627 Entrada Drive in 2013. “Countless times I would turn around and he would […]

  • Denver 911 operator claims not to know where the Pepsi Center is

    DENVER — Maybe she’s not a Nuggets fan, an Avalanche fan or a concert-goer but one would like to think major city landmarks are  familiar to Denver 911 operators. But a 911 call from Uber driver Chris Armeli left us wondering. He called the emergency line at 7:32 a.m. Tuesday morning after noticing all the traffic signals had stopped working on Auraria Parkway, which runs about a mile between Interstate 25 and Speer Boulevard. Below is the entire transcript of […]