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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
  • Denver noise inspectors on pace to record more than 600 complaints in 2017

    DENVER — Denver is on pace to record more than 600 noise complaints from residents in 2017, which would set a record for the 4th year in a row. Loud noises produced by air conditioning fans, truck deliveries and amplified music can be frustrating and inconvenient.  Excessive noise can be a violation of Denver’s noise ordinance and more companies than ever are being cited for making too much noise too early. Most of the complaints in Denver are from residents […]

  • Denver 911: City not meeting response goals

    DENVER — When Molly Finucan saw a woman pushed out of a moving car in front of her on South Quebec Street near East Alameda Avenue, she immediately called 911. The 25-year-old never expected to be put on hold May 7 by Denver’s 911 system. “This was my first time calling 911 and I thought when you called 911, someone immediately answers,” Finucan said. Instead, she heard a recording: “This is Denver 911, do not hang up. Stay on the […]

  • No law enforcement response despite 3 DUI calls to 911

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — It was 2:24 a.m. on May 21 when Michael Phoenix called 911 about an erratic driver in front on him on Interstate 270 heading toward Commerce City. In the 911 call, Phoenix tells a dispatcher, “If he’s not drunk, he’s something else. Definitely need to get someone out here before he hurts someone.” Dashcam video from Phoenix’s vehicle shows the suspected drunk driver has trouble staying in his lane and can’t maintain his speed, going just […]

  • Man accused of killing fellow inmate released from Denver jail despite ICE detainer

    DENVER —  Prosecutors in Denver have declined to file homicide charges against a teenage jail inmate who allegedly beat another inmate to death on Monday. Now he’s free and wanted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after the Denver City Jail already released him. Police, prosecutors and jail sources said 19-year-old Ricardo Lopez Vera got into a “mutual combat” fight with 42-year-old William Anderson in or near the shower area in pod H on Monday morning. The Denver Office of […]

  • King Soopers fires disabled teen for false-positive cocaine test

    ERIE, Colo. — A disabled teenager who was fired after testing positive for cocaine hopes to get his job back at the King Soopers store in Erie. The supermarket chain fired 19-year-old Benjamin Sharp, who has cerebral palsy, after an employment screening test in April came back positive for cocaine use. “The thing that I think is most ridiculous is that King Soopers has left zero chance for human error on their end,” the man’s mother Coleen Sharp said. Benjamin […]

  • Nurse found guilty of aggressively slapping sick patient

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — An Englewood judge convicted a nurse of aggressively slapping a severely sick patient on Monday. Savannah Andryczak won’t serve jail time for her crime, but her attorney admits she will likely lose her nursing license over the conviction. The 26-year-old nurse, who is pregnant, will have to serve 80 hours of community service, pay a $1,000 fine and attend an anger management class. Andryczak was the nurse to Sirena Sisneros in October when a fellow hospital worker reported Andryczak for […]

  • Denver day care license suspended after death of 13-month-old girl

    DENVER — The death of a 13-month-old girl has led the state to suspend the license of a Denver day care. The in-home license of Stephanie Hill was immediately suspended on June 5, the same day Karsen Anne White died. The girl was transported from the day care on Rosemary Street to Children’s Hospital Colorado, where she was pronounced dead. A cause of death hasn’t been determined and police are investigating. The State Department of Human Services said the emergency […]

  • $30 land deal for developer in Arvada questioned

    ARVADA, Colo. — The city of Arvada is drawing criticism for selling nine acres of prime real estate for $30. The city, through the Arvada Urban Renewal Authority, has essentially deeded what currently serves as an RTD Park-n-Ride to local development company Trammell Crow. The nine acres sits near West 56th Place and Wadsworth Bypass next to Olde Town Arvada and a new light rail station where the G Line is scheduled to open later this year. Trammell Crow plans […]

  • Custody battle over Siberian husky headed for trial

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. — The custody fight for a purebred Siberian husky is heading for trial after neither side got what they wanted in a Routt County courtroom on Friday. “Just very frustrating. I got my dog, but I don’t get my dog,” Dr. Michael Gehrke said. Judge James Garrecht sided with Gehrke at what’s called a show cause Hearing and ruled the dog belonged to the Canon City doctor. But because the current owner, Ashlee Anderson, filed a $2,400 […]

  • Disgraced eye doctor, wife sued by former patient

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — The former chairman of the Colorado Optometry Board is being sued by a former patient for sexual harassment. The female plaintiff is not being named. The lawsuit alleges that on Dec. 22, 2015, “While plaintiff was seated in an examination chair and undergoing an eye examination where her sight and mobility was restricted by equipment used in the examination, Defendant Paul Conkling aggressively began to grab, grope, and kiss Plaintiff against her wishes. “Defendant Paul Conkling also […]

  • Colorado senators push legislation to legalize banking for marijuana industry

    DENVER — Colorado’s U.S. senators are leading a bipartisan effort to provide banking for marijuana businesses. Democrat Michael Bennet and Republican Cory Gardner are co-sponsors of the legislation. “The lack of access to banking services for marijuana businesses is a key issue in Colorado,” Bennet said. “It raises significant public safety concerns for both employees and customers of these businesses and creates compliance and oversight challenges. This common-sense bill would address those issues by allowing our banking system to serve […]

  • Former employees blow whistle on Mile High Singles

    DENVER — The Colorado Attorney General’s Office is investigating the Denver dating service Mile High Singles after an investigation in February exposed multiple concerns with what former customers called deceptive business practices. And now a former saleswoman confirms deception is part of the playbook to get customers to pay big money for membership. Lindsey asked that her last name not be used, but she said her six months with the company from September to March made her nauseous. “I quit […]