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Shaul Turner has covered everything from politics to celebrity news, joining FOX31 News from WXIA-TV (NBC) in Atlanta, GA where she was a weekday anchor and Medical Reporter. Shaul was also a weekday anchor at WEYI-TV (NBC) in Flint-Saginaw, MI., Host/ Reporter at WLNS-TV (CBS) in Lansing, MI., and a writer and press associate for the U. S. Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C. Shaul earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University.

Shaul is a recipient of two Emmy nominations, the CABJ “Journalist Of The Year Award”, the “Excellence in Journalism Award” presented by the Colorado-Wyoming Donor Awareness Council for her work and devotion in raising awareness of organ donation, the “YWCA Women Of Achievement Award” and the AALI Unsung Hero Award.

As part of her ongoing community commitment, Shaul hosts the Dumb Friends League Pledges For Pets Telethon each year, actively supports the Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital in memory of her beloved dog Sybil, works with the Denver Polo Club to promote breast cancer awareness and launched Fox 31’s “Reading Is Cool” program for kids. Shaul has also served for several years as Honorary Rodeo Queen of the “Bill Pickett National Invitational Rodeo” to benefit children’s programs.
Shaul loves photography, travel, music, film and spending time with her three adopted horses Atlantis, Crimson Tide and Shambala (who she named after the famous Three Dog Night song).

Recent Articles
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    DENVER — Local teens focused on becoming the leaders of tomorrow are making a difference today. FOX31 is proud to partner with the Big Idea Project in sharing the story of teens opening new doors for a student and friend with a special challenge. Bryan Diaz, a senior at Colorado High School Charter led the effort to raise money to buy soccer equipment for a student with cerebral palsy. “It is a really eye opening project that’s helped me understand […]

  • Things to consider before giving up a seat for airline credit

    DENVER — The money for giving up a seat on an airplane has gotten more attention lately after a United Airlines passenger was beaten and dragged down the aisle after refusing to give up his seat. Passengers on that plane were offered as much as $800 to take another flight so airline employees could fly. United’s new policy requires employees to finalize travel arrangements at least an hour before departure. Now, Delta Airlines is trying something else to prevent scuffles over […]

  • Governor says state is prepared for Colorado wildfire season

    DENVER — Wildfire season is getting an early start in Colorado with an average or below-average risk predicted for the season. Gov. John Hickenlooper said Friday the state is prepared, but preparedness by individuals along with personal responsibility will be key to controlling that risk. “It is an essential ingredient of preparing and planning so it allows us to include defensible space, safe building materials landscaping,” Hickenlooper said. Recent numbers show only 7 percent of wildfires were caused by naturally […]

  • Woman with multiple sclerosis living a nightmare after bathroom remodel

    LIMON, Colo. — A Limon-area woman with multiple sclerosis can’t take care of the most basic human need, using the restroom, not only because of her debilitating illness but because of the construction of her bathroom. Paula Littlepage says privacy is a luxury she can only dream of after a remodeling job to make her bathroom wheelchair-accessible created even more problems. She said the contractor “came in and turned my whole life upside down because I still can’t use my […]

  • Confusion over water purification offer costs Greeley residents thousands

    DENVER — A FOX31 Problem Solvers consumer alert advises anyone approached by water purification companies to check the company first and get a own copy of the city’s water report. A salesman selling water softener systems in a Habitat for Humanity neighborhood in Greeley said there was something in the water, so Esther Martinez paid Ameritek Industries of San Fernando, Calif., more than $7,000 to install a purifier. She said the sales associate promised she’d get the money back in […]

  • Family struggling after mother killed in crash caused by alleged drunk driver

    DENVER — The children left behind by a Denver woman killed by drunk driver face a power shut-off if the family doesn’t receive support. Their father was seriously injured in the accident and the strain of medical bills is causing a hardship. A family friend set up a GoFundMe page to help. Robert Lucero is still traumatized after witnessing the death of his wife of 19 years, Shuvonne Wickard. The Denver Police Department said Wickard was killed on Jan. 29 […]

  • Grieving couple pleads for thief to return trailer with baby’s ashes

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Tonya and Jurmal Taylor lost their 7-month-old  daughter Angel two months ago. Her ashes and clothing were placed in the couple’s white 1999 Viking pop-up trailer, parked near Highway 2 and East 67th Place in Commerce City. “We thought that would be the best place to leave her remains because all of her other stuff is there,” Tonya Taylor said. Both are still stunned by the loss. “It tears a part of your heart out,” she […]

  • Cherry Creek Spa closes without refunding prepaid packages

    DENVER — Spa packages are popular because they usually involve a discount on services if you lock yourself in by paying up front. Most spas honor these deals, but Synia Son told the FOX31 Problem Solvers that’s not the case with the Smooth Medical Spa in Cherry Creek. Synia said in 2016, she paid the spa $3,200 up front for a skin treatment package and has a $1,500 credit remaining. Two weeks ago, she was shocked to discover the spa […]

  • Denver students overcome challenges to help homeless in Tijuana

    DENVER– Some were born to teenage mothers and became victims of abuse. Others face poverty and other disadvantages. More than 65,000 students in Denver are considered to be at-risk, born into difficult circumstances. Many are determined to succeed by putting their troubles aside and working to help those in need in another country as part of the Colorado Uplift program. The students have raised about 22 percent of their $50,000 goal to fund a trip to Tijuana, Mexico, where they will […]

  • 74-year-old woman gets shower for first time in 3 months

    DENVER — Seventy-four-year-old Laurel Loney says she hasn’t bathed in nearly three months. She is disabled and can’t step high enough to get into her bathtub. Laurel told the FOX31 Problem Solvers the nonprofit organization Colorado Access arranged for her bathroom to be remodeled for increased accessibility, but the tub and wheelchair ramp need adjustments. “What’s the use of having something I can’t step into?” she said. Loney described the inability to bathe as an experience that’s left her feeling […]

  • Disabled 74-year-old woman hasn’t had shower in 3 months after bathroom remodel

    DENVER — Laurel Loney said she hasn’t bathed in nearly three months. The 74-year-old is disabled and can’t step high enough to get into her bathtub. Loney told the FOX31 Problem Solvers the nonprofit organization Colorado Access arranged for her bathroom to be remodeled for increased accessibility, but the tub and wheelchair ramp need adjustments. “What’s the use of having something I can’t step into,?” she said. Loney describes the inability to bathe as an experience that has left her […]

  • Food truck business success means growing pains on 2 fronts

    DENVER — Great news for two Colorado entrepreneurs: Business is great, but the success is causing some growing pains. James Diaz is known for serving up an amazing menu from his Tru Bar-B-Que mobile dining operation. People love the brisket, pulled pork sandwich and homemade tortillas. Rudy Martinez has worked hard with his partners to build his business, Denver Custom Food Trucks. Both are doing so well, they’re  getting ready to expand, and that’s the problem. Diaz needed a bigger […]