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Drew Engelbart is an award winning journalist that joined the FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News team in July 2015.

Drew is a Colorado native, born and raised in Fort Collins, where he played baseball for state-powerhouse Rocky Mountain High School.

Before moving back to his home state, Drew was a sports anchor/reporter at KRIS-TV in Corpus Christi, TX for three years. He was also a sports anchor at KTWO in Casper, WY for two years.

Drew graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, and enjoys telling stories that inspire others.

Drew enjoys spending time with his family, Dad (Tim), Mom (Angie), and sister (Kierstin) live in Fort Collins, and plenty of friends throughout the state. In his free time, you’ll find him golfing or working out in the summer, and skiing in the winter.

You can send Drew an email at Drew.Engelbart@KDVR.com


Recent Articles
  • Light rail service shut down in downtown Denver for upgrades

    DENVER — Light rail service in downtown Denver is in the midst of a 10-day shutdown, impacting riders and drivers with line and street closures through the end of the week. For the first time, RTD is replacing parts of the light rail tracks, shutting down service for 10 days. Service is suspended on the D, F, H and L lines from the 30th and Downing stop to the Colorado Convention Center station. RTD is providing charter buses in lieu […]

  • Discounted Breathalyzers available at Rockies game as DUI enforcement picks up

    DENVER — The Colorado State Patrol and other law enforcement agencies will start a fall festivals DUI enforcement period this week. And for fans heading to Rockies games, it’s a final chance to get a discounted Breathalyzer from the Colorado Department of Transportation. CDOT will have a team at Thursday afternoon’s game at Coors Field in a final push to promote the heavily discounted Breathalyzers. As summer nears an end, CDOT is teaming with the Colorado State Patrol and several […]

  • Brighton police want to partner with surveillance camera owners to stop crime

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — The Brighton Police Department is looking for any person or business owner with a security camera on their property to help cut down on crime. According to police, many times investigations include officers or detectives canvassing neighborhoods and streets looking for surveillance cameras. But if they knew ahead of time where they are located that would speed up the investigation. In a letter sent to residents and businesses, the city says that the cameras could serve as valuable […]

  • Work begins on project to expand I-25 in northern Colorado

    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — A major construction project on Interstate 25 that will take years to complete has broken ground in northern Colorado. The $300 million project will add an Express Lane in both directions between Fort Collins and Johnstown. The work started Sunday night and is expected to continue through 2021. The work on the 15-mile stretch of Interstate 25 will require some lane and shoulder closings. But the Colorado Department of Transportation said they will only occur from […]

  • Epic Pass or Ikon Pass: Breaking down the 2018-19 season passes

    DENVER — With Labor Day behind us, now is the best time to start thinking about which pass you want to buy for the 2018-19 ski and snowboard season. There’s two big passes available – the Ikon Pass or the Epic Pass. With prices of lift tickets increasing, passes are a popular option for folks who want to hit the slopes and they often pay for themselves after a couple of visits. Both the Epic Pass and Ikon Pass offer […]

  • New health care centers inside schools aim to make it easier for students to get care

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — Some Colorado schools are making it easier for students to get the health care. Every parent knows that one of the struggles of sick students is trying to squeeze them into a doctor’s appointment. So, Kids First Health Care, a nonprofit, is making it easier by putting full health care centers inside some Colorado schools. Kids First has health care centers inside eight schools with Brighton High School being the most recent addition. The center is in […]

  • Gas prices high as thousands hit the road for Labor Day weekend

    DENVER — Highways across Colorado and Denver International Airport will be busy for Labor Day weekend. The three-day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. Twenty-three percent of Americans are expected to be traveling during the weekend. For those driving, AAA said this will be the most expensive Labor Day weekend at the gas pump in four years with the national average at $2.84 a gallon. The spike in price is expected to be temporary and prices are likely to […]

  • Denver restaurants among noisiest in the country, according to study

    DENVER — If you’ve noticed that restaurants in Denver are getting noisier – you’re right. Denver has the fourth loudest restaurants in the country, according to a recent study. The study, done by hearing aid manufacturer Oticon, looked at the decibel level at 50 restaurants in ten of America’s top food cities. Eateries in Denver came in fourth, with an average noise level of 80.32 decibels. Here’s a look at how the cities ranked in the study. Nashville — 82.19 dB Portland […]

  • Motorcycle deaths on the rise in Colorado

    DENVER — Although motorcycles only make up 3 percent of the vehicles on the roads, they represent about 20 percent of the fatalities on Colorado roads. Fifty-four motorcyclists have been killed on Colorado roads this year and with the warm summer weather, there’s a lot more of them on the road. The Colorado Department of Transportation said motorcyclists and other drivers need to be more careful on the roads. One way for motorcyclists to be safer is by taking training […]

  • High-tech smart homes becoming more popular for Colorado homeowners

    DENVER — New market research shows 60 percent of homeowners want the latest high-tech features built into their new house. With business booming for homebuilders in Colorado, at least two major companies are offering the technology to homebuyers. Lennar offers a “everything’s included” package that features Amazon Alexa built into the home. With the technology, Alexa could communicate with someone at the front door to changing a thermostat. The company said it makes the home smarter and safer. Amazon will […]

  • 5 fun things to do and see in Fort Collins

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Whether you’re looking to spend time at a craft brewery or do some shopping in old town – there’s a lot to see and do in Fort Collins. In honor of the FORTitude 10K race, FOX31 and Channel 2’s Drew Engelbart visited his hometown to show some of his favorite things to do and see. This list is just a sample of what Fort Collins has to offer, and has a little bit of something for […]

  • Smoky conditions, poor air quality continue to linger in Denver, along Front Range

    DENVER — A smoky haze will continue to linger along the Front Range on Friday, prompting the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to issue another air quality health advisory. Ozone and pollution from western wildfire smoke are infiltrating Colorado skies and will stick around for the weekend. A multiple pollutant action day alert will be in effect until 4 p.m. Friday. The health department and doctors say the air quality is most worrisome for people with lung and […]