Alex Rose is a multimedia journalist who joined the FOX31 and Channel 2 team in June 2018.

Alex is a New Englander, growing up in Acton, Massachusetts and landing his first job as a TV reporter in Burlington, Vermont for WFFF/WVNY. There he covered major stories from the New York prison break, where two convicted killers broke out of the Empire State’s largest maximum security prison, to Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential run in 2016. He was also the station’s statehouse reporter in Montpelier.

The land of the pine called Alex to move back down south for his second job at WGHP FOX8 in High Point, North Carolina. It’s the same area where he fell in love with television journalism while attending Elon University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in television studies in 2014. At FOX8, Alex covered big stories, including Hurricane Matthew’s impact on the coast, wildfires in Gatlinburg Tennessee, and state politics in the North Carolina legislature from a controversial bathroom bill and elections in Raleigh.

Alex and his wife Stephanie moved to Colorado with their rescue puppy Layla, and have loved every moment of adventure from the Mile High City to the mountains. If Alex isn’t working, you’ll find him hiking, biking, exploring new restaurants, dog parks and tasting different craft beers.

Telling people’s stories is Alex’s passion. Journalism is the work of the people, for the people and by the people. Alex is proud to be part of the most vibrant community in the country, and can’t wait to tell Colorado’s stories one day at a time. If you have an idea, Alex would LOVE to hear from you (or just pick your brain about what makes Colorado the best state in the country). Shoot him an email at Alex.Rose@KDVR.com.


Recent Articles
  • Family of trench worker killed in Windsor accident pursuing legal action

    WINDSOR, Colo.— The road ahead will be anything but easy for Johanna Avita Hernandez. “Day by day. I know it’s only gonna get harder for me,” Avita Hernandez said. “I feel like I’m waiting for him to come home from work.” Last week, Cristopher Ramirez and Jorge Valadez were killed trying to fix a leak at the bottom of a trench 15-feet-deep at a Windsor construction site. “He was going to come home to me that night, and he stopped […]

  • New technology helps Denver 911 pinpoint cellphone calls

    DENVER — In a business where every second counts, knowing exactly where you are can make a big difference. In the city of Denver, roughly 95 percent of 911 calls coming into the dispatch center come from cellphones. Now, new technology is solving one of the biggest challenges dispatchers face: figuring out exactly where the caller is located. “A lot of people don’t know where they are,” said Denver 911 dispatcher Masen Knight. He says he picks up calls for a […]

  • Boulder County Sheriff’s Office asks for public’s help solving 1993 cold case

    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office is hoping the public can help investigators solve a cold case from 1993. On Nov. 11, 1993, skeletal remains were found near Gregory Canyon, which is southwest of the city of Boulder. The identity of the deceased person is still unknown. An examination of the remains revealed the person was a white male between 25 and 45 years old who was between 5 feet 3 inches and 5 feet 8 inches […]

  • Recognizing the unseen messengers of public safety

    CENTENNIAL, Colo.– Manning the phone lines 24/7 so that when you call, they’re there for you, the voice at the other end of the line when you’re facing an emergency, are the silent heroes of public safety. “We do not work normal hours, we do not work normal shifts,” said Dispatch Supervisor for MetCom’s South Metro Station Chris Carnahan. “Sometimes I see these guys more than I see my own family.” Sunday kicks off National Public Safety Telecommunications week. It’s […]

  • Snow plow drivers ask for patience while they’re clearing roads

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — Snow plow drivers’ job is to keep people safe by clearing the roads during a storm, but sometimes, bad decisions by other drivers compromises their safety. “They’ll get in a rush and get right up behind us in our formation. And that distracts us because we’re worried about where they’re at, whether they’re going to get close to us and get hit,” said Marc Schulz with the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Castle Rock team. During Wednesday’s […]

  • Walmart receipt helped nab teen suspects in ‘chemical bomb’ attack on Arvada officer

    ARVADA, Colo. — More details have been released in the “chemical bomb” attack that injured an Arvada police officer last weekend. Maxwell McCann, Braiden Ulmer, Isaac Koch, Gavin Dawson and an unidentified juvenile are all suspects in the case. An arrest affidavit released Thursday afternoon describes the night of the alleged assault in detail. According to the document, the officer came under attack while investigating a report of street signs strewn across the road at West 68th Avenue and Beech […]

  • Spike in pedestrian fatal crashes this year in Denver

    DENVER — Flowers wrap around a telephone pole on East Yale Way and Madison Street, cascading towards the sky. Nearly three years ago, Michelle Roche lost her son in a car crash just down the street from the memorial. “His birthday is the coming Sunday,” Roche said. “He would have been 17. A drunken elderly woman turned the corner off of Colorado Boulevard and just plowed right into them like bowling pins and didn’t stop.” Her son, Cole Sukle, was […]

  • Park Rangers share trail safety tips after series of hiker rescues

    GOLDEN, Colo. — It’s finally that time of your where Coloradans and tourists can stretch their legs from hibernation, and hit trails across the Centennial State. “These first warm days we get a lot of folks that have been sort of taking the winter off coming into the trails,” said Jefferson County Open Space Park Ranger Mary Ann Bonnell. This season, an estimated seven million people will walk on JeffCo trails like North Table Mountain, and it’s Bonnell’s job to […]

  • Arvada police officer injured by chemical device

    ARVADA, Colo. — An Arvada police officer was injured while removing debris from the road after a male suspect threw a chemical device near the officer. A chemical reaction created a gas that injured the officer and another person. The officer was transported to a hospital and has been released. The other person was treated on the scene with minor injuries. It was a bizarre sight that forced Dominic Battista to stop on his way home early Saturday morning. “There […]

  • Denver High School hires trauma-based social worker to focus on student mental health

    DENVER– Martin Luther King Jr. high school hired a social worker to help overwhelmed students cope and process trauma. Jackeline Ruvalcaba Delgado sits in a comfy chair in a dimly lit room on the second floor. The walls are peppered with calming scenic photos and paintings. “I like to say that the walls of this place are like glue, so whatever you say here stays here,”  Delgado said. Ruvalcaba Delgado says she will come to space when she’s feeling overwhelmed […]

  • Small Denver vape shops worry age change to 21 would put them out of business

    DENVER — A Denver proposal to ban people younger than 21 from buying tobacco products has people like Johann Gottschalk, who managers the Hush Vapor Lounge, worried. “First of all, we’d be losing me. I’m only 19 years old. I wouldn’t have a job,” Gottschalk said. “A lot of my customers that come in here are right around the age between 18 to 20. I’d say today about 40 percent of my customers are that young age.” The Denver Department […]

  • New app identifies needs in vulnerable Colorado communities

    DENVER — Bringing good Samaritans into the digital age, a new app tries to connect people willing to give to those in need. “We want people to find purpose through their own generosity,” said Co-Founder of Purposely Jamie Rife. “You turn to Facebook for friends, you turn to Google for data. We want you to turn to Purposity to do good.” The app finds needs in your community based on your location. Instead of a news feed, you can scroll […]

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