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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.

Rob.Low@KDVR.com


Recent Articles
  • Nurse says Denver Health fired her for being a Trump supporter

    DENVER — A former nurse at Denver Health Medical Center has filed a lawsuit against the hospital, claiming she was let go partly, she claims, because she supported Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election. Lizzy Matthews, 65, filed her federal lawsuit on Jan. 11, claiming employment discrimination. It names Denver Health, Hospital Authority nursing manager Kelly Torres director of nursing acute Marc Fedo as defendants. At the center of her case is an incident from Sept. 10, 2016, when […]

  • Thornton Walmart shooting suspect wanted to fire his public defender

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — The man accused of killing three people a Walmart store in Thornton wanted to fire his public defender. Scott Ostrem filed a motion in December to dismiss his attorney, citing “insurmountable differences.” The 47-year-old told the judge that he felt his attorney wasn’t informing him of his rights and wasn’t pursuing additional information that could help with his defense. The judge denied the motion on the same day prosecutors filed 13 new charges related to attempted […]

  • Tanker towed 2 months after Denver neighbors complained

    DENVER — It took a few phone calls and emails to city officials from the Problem Solvers, but an abandoned truck with a tanker strapped to the trailer has finally been towed from a  Highlands neighborhood.  Residents had been complaining to the City of Denver for two months without results. Neighbors say the mystery truck with Montana plates first appeared on the corner of 34th and Wyandot Street around Halloween. “At first we thought it was associated with some of […]

  • Soldier who served with Matthew Riehl contacted law enforcement

    GLENROCK, Wyo. — Recent online postings by the man who killed a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy on New Year’s Eve convinced a solider, who served with Matthew Riehl in Iraq, to contact two law enforcement agencies in Wyoming. Leon Chamberlain, 66, retired as a major from the Wyoming National Guard on Nov. 15. He said in 2009 he was the only behavioral health officer in the Wyoming National Guard Unit that was deployed to Iraq. He’s the person Riehl would’ve […]

  • Repeat DUI offender finally going to prison

    GOLDEN, Colo. — It took a probation violation but Albert Torres is finally serving time in a Colorado prison. The 47-year old Jefferson County man had managed to avoid serious prison time despite seven DUI arrests and five convictions, covering a period of nearly 20 years. Jefferson County Judge Phillip McNulty sentenced Torres to three years in prison after probation officers testified that Torres wasn’t following through with his treatment plans and never acknowledged having a drinking issue. FOX31 Problem Solver […]

  • Gun possession at DIA rarely leads to charges

    DENVER — Police have released video of Weld County Republican State Rep. Lori Saine shortly after she was arrested for possessing a gun at Denver International Airport on Dec. 5. Supporters and detractors of the outspoken gun rights lawmaker are questioning how her case was handled. The newly released video shows the Denver Police Department unloading her gun at a substation inside DIA. Saine, who holds a conceal carry permit,  told Transportation Security Agency agents that she forgot the gun […]

  • No charges to be filed in man’s brain injury death

    GREELEY, Colo. — After a nearly two year investigation, Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke said he’s decided he can’t file criminal charges in the death of 55-year-old Mateo Martinez. “We could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt the cause of death,” Rourke said. “Whether or not a fight he had gotten into with a man named Douglas Glaze was the cause of his death.” Martinez died in January of 2016 from a brain hemorrhage. His family is convinced the […]

  • Health department abruptly shuts down assisted living care center in Castle Rock

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — Joel Kaufman says the notice to move his 97-year-old mother from an assisted living care center in Castle Rock came practically without warning. “I actually got a call from hospice and they said, ‘You have to move your mother today.’ What do you mean?” Kaufman said. His mom Gladys was one of nine patients forced to relocate after the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued an emergency license suspension for the Renaissance Memory Center […]

  • Former GOP chair found guilty of forgery, voter fraud

    DENVER — Steve Curtis, the former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, was found guilty Thursday of forgery and voter fraud for signing his ex-wife’s ballot during the 2016 election. Curtis, 58, was charged in February after DNA evidence and handwriting analysis linked him to Kelly Curtis’ ballot. According to court testimony, Kelly Curtis left the couples’ Firestone home in December 2015 and later moved to Charleston, South Carolina. In October 2016, Ms. Curtis called the Weld County Clerk and Recorder’s Office […]

  • Former GOP chair blames diabetes while on the stand in voter fraud trial

    GREELEY, Colo. — Steve Curtis, the former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, admits voting for his ex-wife by signing her 2016 election ballot and mailing it in. But on the stand Wednesday afternoon, the 57-year-old insisted it wasn’t an intentional criminal act but instead a medical episode caused by diabetes. “When it’s really erratic, it’s just ridiculous how stupid I sound and now forgetful I am. I think I kind of appear like a moron really,” Curtis said on […]

  • Serial rapist convicted on 9 counts in Jefferson County

    GOLDEN, Colo. — Serial rapist Zachary Myers, 23, was convicted on all but one count on Monday. Myers was found guilty of sexual assault with the application of physical force; sexual exploitation of a child; sexual assault of a child; enticement of a child; third-degree assault; false imprisonment; stalking — credible threat/communication; stalking — serious emotional distress; and internet sexual exploitation of a child. Myers was found not guilty on one count of second-degree kidnapping. Myers still faces charges in […]

  • Convicted sex offender who got teen pregnant in 1999 to be removed from state registry

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. —  A convicted sex offender will no longer appear on Colorado’s register for sex offenders. An Arapahoe County judge granted 43-year-old Ifiok Etuk’s petition to remove his name and photo from the state’s database of sex offenders that is accessible to the public. “I’m a little surprised,” said Arapahoe County Deputy District Attorney Erica Reuer, who argued against the motion. In 2001, Etuk pleaded guilty to attempted sex assault. According to court documents, Etuk impregnated a 16-year-old girl […]