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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
  • Adams County tests dangers of impaired driving with alcohol, marijuana

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — The Adam’s County Sheriff’s Office will be testing the dangers of impaired driving on Monday by giving volunteers alcohol or marijuana and then having them get behind the wheel. Participants will be given alcohol or marijuana and then put through a driving test on a closed course during the public awareness event on Monday. Another group will be driving while texting. The sheriff’s office says this testing will benefit both the public and their deputies by showing […]

  • World’s best golfers compete at U.S. Senior Open in Colorado Springs

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The world’s best golfers will compete for one of the greatest titles in golf this weekend at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. The 39th U.S. Senior Open, which started Thursday morning, is the eighth USGA Championship played at the Broadmoor. It’s the second time the Broadmoor has hosted this event. The golf tournament goes through Sunday and is the biggest tournament of the year on the senior tour. Beautiful scenery @TheBroadmoor for the #USSeniorOpen. #KDVR pic.twitter.com/cavD7mG2y0 — […]

  • Change in election primaries proves challenging to voters

    DENVER — Election Day for the primaries is less than a week away and voters should have received ballots in the mail. With changes implemented this year, there are specific directions that need to be followed or votes won’t count. The Denver Elections Division recognizes that anytime the process changes, it can be challenging for voters. Anyone who is registered to vote should have received a ballot in the mail. For the first time, unaffiliated voters can cast ballots and […]

  • Golden’s Magic Mountain archaeological site lets the public dig in, help archaeologists for free

    GOLDEN, Colo. — If you ever wanted to play “Indiana Jones” in real life, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science is inviting the public to participate in an archaeological excavation. The Magic Mountain archaeological site is located near Apex Park outside of Golden and is one of the most significant archaeological sites along the Front Range and is one of the largest sites of its kind with plenty of artifacts. Starting Wednesday, there will be free public tours and excavation of […]

  • Former professional soccer player who lives in Denver creates goalkeeper gloves used in World Cup

    DENVER —  The FIFA World Cup kicks off on Thursday and a former professional goalkeeper based in Colorado created goalie gloves that will be used in the tournament. Z Lozano started playing professionally at 16 years old and now uses his talents in the coaching field where he hosts an international goal keepers camp every summer in Denver and brings in professional keepers from around the world. Lozano still makes his mark on the international level as his gloves by ZPro Futbol, […]

  • A Colorado photographer spent nearly a year at the South Pole and took amazing photos, videos

    DENVER — If you’ve wondered what it’s like at the South Pole – one Denver photographer spent nearly a year there and took some unbelievable photographs. Hunter Davis “wintered over” to the South Pole Station in Antarctica where he served as a sous chef for a group of scientists while also taking tremendous pictures and videos. Davis worked six days a week and when his shift ended he ventured out into temperatures around 100 degrees below zero and take pictures […]

  • Steps to take to save pet or child from a hot car in Colorado

    DENVER — A Colorado law passed last year allows citizens to legally break into a vehicle to save the life of a pet or child – but only after taking several other steps. Before breaking into a vehicle, you must follow these steps first: Reasonable belief the kid or pet is in imminent danger of suffering serious bodily injury Make a reasonable effort to contact the owner and law enforcement Check to see if the vehicle is locked before breaking […]

  • Chatfield Reservoir swim beach closed for construction project

    CHATFIELD STATE PARK, Colo. — A major construction project Chatfield Reservoir will keep the popular swim beach closed all summer. The lake will be open all summer for boating, but a water reallocation project is needed for the reservoir to store more water for the Front Range. The project has been in the works for years. It’s a result of the growing demand for water as the Front Range population boom continues. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers found the […]

  • You can now tour Denver in a retro sidecar

    DENVER – If you have ever taken a guided tour of a city, you may have heard of bus tours, bike tours, walking yours – but what about a sidecar? City on the Side: Sidecar Motorcycle Tours is the first and only accredited sidecar tour company in the country and it’s right here in Denver. The company uses ural sidecars for their form of transpiration. Ural sidecars were used in World War II by the Russians, and they are still made today […]

  • App made in Boulder allows employees to reward co-workers with bonuses

    BOULDER, Colo. – An app developed in Boulder allows co-workers to send bonuses to each other as rewards for a job well done. The app is called Bonusly and the founders say it was created because so many great contributions go unrecognized and, more importantly, unrewarded everyday. Here’s how it works: Every employee is given a monthly allowance of “Bonusly points,” which an employee can give to a co-worker for doing a good job. The points have cash value too. […]

  • Independent craft brewer seal will tell you if beer is authentically craft

    DENVER — Colorado is home to hundreds of craft breweries and many people want to support the local craft brewing scene so the Brewer’s Association has created a certified craft brewer seal. The seal on beer will let beer lovers know if a beer is authentically craft and not owned by one of the big beer companies. At a brewery, the seal could be by the door while at the store the seal can be found on the cans, bottles, or […]

  • HopSkipDrive: New ride service app made just for kids launches in Denver

    DENVER — A ride service made just for kids has expanded to Denver. The service is called HopSkipDrive and is a ride service for kids that was created by three moms who understand the struggle for working parents of shuffling kids to school to practice. The app works similar to Uber and Lyft – but with this service you can have the care giver sign your child in or out and give them a password. The drivers go through a […]