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
  • Vail firefighter returns to work 9 months after being struck by car on I-70

    VAIL, Colo. — A Vail firefighter has returned to work nine months after he was struck by a car on Interstate 70. On March 1, Lt. Scott Bridges was on his way to work when he passed a crash on the interstate. “I could hear somebody screaming at the top of their lungs, so I made the decision to pull past the accident, off the side of the road, walk back to see if I could help,” Bridges said. “Next […]

  • Fort Collins police want to create a network of home surveillance cameras to help solve crimes

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — It may sound like a move from George Orwell’s “1984,” but the Fort Collins police chief believes a network of cameras throughout the city will make the community safer, and help them in almost every facet of their job. “We just find routinely residents are saying ‘how can we help?’ And this is one way they can help,” said Chief Jeff Swoboda. “Video is what’s making or breaking many cases.” The department launched the program this […]

  • Car crash leads to tumor discovery for Thornton father

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — It’s hard for Anna Flores to keep track of the days she and her family have spent at St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood. Flores said her brother Martin had mild symptoms in the fall, between headaches and blurry vision, that he didn’t feel warranted a trip to the doctor. “He didn’t want to go to the doctor because he didn’t want to deal with a bill or whatever,” Flores said. “But your health is so much more […]

  • Denver man blames CDOT for dumping snow on his sidewalk

    DENVER — At 68 years old, Bernard Stull says he’s one of the youngest people on his block of Sheridan Boulevard near West Bates Avenue. The former coal miner doesn’t mind shoveling out his neighbors and their sidewalks after a big storm. There’s just one problem: his work keeps getting undone. “Took me three hours. Of course, I was doing three driveways and all the sidewalks,” Stull said. “They’ll plow the snow from the roads, sometimes getting all the way […]

  • Pickup with camper safely removed from edge of I-70 guardrail, driver suspected of DUI

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — A pickup truck with a camper attached partially slid off an Interstate 70 overpass in Jefferson County Tuesday afternoon. Video from a Colorado Department of Transportation camera showed the truck dangling over West Colfax Avenue. Eastbound I-70 and westbound West Colfax were closed in the area. The Colorado State Patrol says the agency received the call shortly before 4 p.m. No one was injured in the incident. The driver of the truck was placed under arrest […]

  • RTD crisis: Operator shortage, high fares, lower ridership

    DENVER — The Regional Transportation District is at the crossroads of a crisis. The agency already has some of the highest fares in the nation. Meanwhile, it is suffering from fewer riders and the growing issue of not having enough train and bus operators. On Thursday, the agency will review results of a survey designed to tell transit officials what riders and employees think about the state of public transit in the Denver metro area. RTD wants to know how […]

  • West Metro Fire sees success with new model for care

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — West Metro Fire Rescue says a new program is helping people in the community save money. Kimel Brent’s office is a bright red Ford Transit van dubbed the Advanced Resource Medic (ARM). “An exam room on wheels,” Brent said of the van. The van is a new approach to give patients a more appropriate form of care when they don’t need a trip to the emergency room. The ARM Car is dispatched to more acute medical needs […]

  • Jury deliberations begin after closing arguments in Patrick Frazee trial

    CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo.– Colorado jurors are now deciding if Patrick Frazee is guilty of killing his 29-year-old fiancee Kelsey Berreth on Thanksgiving Day of 2018. After two weeks of witnesses, evidence and testimony, prosecutors and the defense got their last moment to make their case Frazee has been charged with eight crimes, including solicitation of murder, tampering with evidence and first degree murder. Berreth went missing on November 22, 2018, and her body still hasn’t been found. The case revolves […]

  • Denver PD: Armed man arrested after making anti-Muslim comments, fleeing from mosque

    DENVER — The Denver Police Department says an armed man was arrested after fleeing from a mosque in the Whittier neighborhood Thursday. Police say no injuries were reported. DPD says officers responded to East 30th Avenue and North Downing Street on a report of an armed man at Masjid Al-Shuhada, the Downtown Denver Islamic Center. The man was armed with what appeared to be a rifle and was making threats toward people outside the mosque. Police say the man was […]

  • Boulder man sentenced to 4 years of probation for not paying undocumented workers

    BOULDER, Colo. — A Boulder man was sentenced to four years of probation for not paying undocumented workers. In 2018, Chad Faubus failed to pay 10 people a total of roughly $31,000, according to the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office. Shannon Carbone, a spokesperson for the DA’s office, said Faubus’ sentence could be reduced to two years of probation if he fulfills all of its terms and conditions. If he fails to comply with the conditions, he would face one […]

  • Federal grant could improve traffic flow in rapidly growing section of Aurora

    AURORA, Colo. — A federal grand could improve traffic flow in a fast-growing section of Aurora near Denver International Airport. Currently, drivers cannot get from East Colfax Avenue or Interstate 70 and onto Picadilly Road without taking a frontage road. It cuts off a potential artery that could flow perpendicular to I-70. That could change thanks to a $25 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. “This is really going to be a force multiplier for that area […]

  • Aurora porch pirates steal painting by man’s late veteran grandfather

    AURORA, Colo. — Holland Rock-Garden remembers the long weekends visiting his grandfather growing up, and the paintings he hung along the walls. His grandfather, Peter Rock, saw a lot of the country during his time in the Air Force and would paint scenery of the places he went. “Landscapes and things you know that he saw being stationed around the country,” Rock-Garden said. After he died in August, Rock-Garden’s mother sent him a painting of southern Colorado. But Rock-Garden never got […]

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