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Shaul Turner has covered everything from politics to celebrity news, joining FOX31 News in Denver from WXIA-TV (NBC) in Atlanta, GA where she was a weekday news anchor and franchise reporter. Shaul was previously the evening weekday anchor at WEYI-TV (NBC) in Flint-Saginaw, MI., host/ general assignment 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 the 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 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 is passionate about causes that benefit area youth and works with the Big Idea Project, launched FOX31’s “Reading Is Cool” event and coordinated a FOX31 Faces Of Hunger Summer Campaign in conjunction with the Food Bank Of the Rockies.

Shaul served as a host of the Dumb Friends League Pledges For Pets Telethon for more than five years and supports other animal programs in memory of her adopted dog Sybil and horse Sierra-Shambala. As well, Shaul hosted and covered Denver Polo Club breast cancer awareness events and served as an Evergreen Rodeo Queen judge and Honorary Rodeo Queen of the “Bill Pickett National Invitational Rodeo” to benefit scholarship programs.

You can email Shaul at Shaul.Turner@KDVR.com


Recent Articles
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  • Family struggling after thieves steal trailer loaded with tools

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Thieves are out looking for work trailers loaded with tools. A Lakewood couple is struggling after their trailer was stolen from the Burger King parking lot at  Kipling and Asbury on Friday, September 15. The FOX31 Problem Solvers spoke to the co-owner of the trailer, who said she is afraid to show her identity in fear of the thieves retaliating. She said losing the tools that enable her husband to work on contracts held by their construction […]

  • Parents addicted together, recover together

    ALAMOSA, Colo. — Mariah Casias and the father of her two children, Jesse Lopez say they’ll never take their happiness for granted after successfully battling addiction together. Casias tearfully says, “I don’t know where I would be, I don’t know if we’d have our kids.” Their journey started with access to prescribed painkillers. Jesse tells FOX31 he took the opioid Percocet for six years. They both became dependent on the highly addictive drug then turned to heroin. Casias says the […]

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    DENVER — Getting insurance and mortgage companies to work together to provide coverage can be more confusing than it has to be. Consumer experts say homeowners can end up holding the bag when confusion over coverage checks for contractors holds up the process. Carrol McCallister was heartbroken when the home she shared with her husband of more than 50 years was hit by a May hailstorm. The roof was badly damaged by the hail but her insurance covered the repairs. […]

  • Brighton community tired of coping with filthy water

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — Carlos Morales said ugly, brownish-orange, foul smelling water is flowing through the  pipes of his home at the Creekside South Estates in Brighton — and now he’s worried about his health. “I’m losing hair and I don’t know what else is going on with my body with that water,” he said. “I just want to live a normal life like everybody else does. I feel like we’re living in a third world country,” said neighbor Shirley Shepherd, […]

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  • Disabled Greeley veteran needs land graded to avoid mold

    GREELEY, Colo. — The dedicated wife of a disabled veteran fears a mold problem might be threatening her husband’s health. There is a solution, but it is just out of their reach unless someone can step in and help. Kathleen Snyder reflects on the moment she met her husband. “I met Jerry seven months after he came home from Vietnam. (Post-traumatic stress disorder was) huge and a host of other issues.” Jerry Snyder also suffered a stroke. Kathleen Snyder diligently cares […]

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  • Parker woman organizing legion of credible contractors to help rebuild after hurricane

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  • Ride share offers discount to get to eclipse watch parties

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  • Kids saving kids from addiction

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