Joe Dahlke is a Digital Content Producer for FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 who joined the KDVR/KWGN team in June of 2016.
Joe is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University.
Joe is a lifelong Broncos fan and enjoys watching all the major sports teams in the Mile High City. He is a self-proclaimed weather geek and in his spare time you’ll find him cooking, hiking, taking photos or writing.
DENVER — Tax Day is on Monday whether you owe money or you’re getting a refund, some companies are offering some great deals for Tax Day. The deals include everything from half-price cheeseburgers to discounted cocktails and everything in between. Most of the deals are only offered on Monday, but some started early while others extend past Monday. As always, the deals are good at participating locations only. Applebee’s: Get a $1 Strawberry Dollarita with a Twizzler straw at participating […]
DENVER — Convenience store chain QuikTrip has announced plans to open locations in the Denver metro area. The Tulsa-based chain, also commonly called QT, announced the news on social media Thursday following several requests from customers who have moved to the Mile High City. “The Denver metro area is really hot in terms of population growth,” QuikTrip spokesperson Mike Thornbrugh told CSP Daily News. “Those are the kind of markets that QuikTrip thinks we have a really good opportunity to […]
AURORA, Colo. — The dean of an Aurora school threatened the principal with a gun in his office and said he would “hurt all the people around” her during a closed door meeting on Wednesday, according to an arrest affidavit. The dean at Aurora West College Preparatory Academy, 30-year-old Tushar Astab Rae, was arrested after he allegedly brought a gun to the school and threatened the staff members. According to the affidavit, Rae had an argument with the principal of […]
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. — Patrick Frazee, the man accused of killing his fiancee, Kelsey Berreth, asked and was granted a continuance in his arraignment in a Teller County courtroom on Friday morning. The defense asked for a continuance because of evidence that is continuing to be tested. The new arraignment date is set for May 24 at 8:30 a.m. The last known sighting of Berreth was in Woodland Park on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22. Her body has not been found. […]
WARREN COUNTY, Ky. — A Kentucky 21-month-old has gone through more than many adults have and now she is in remission after beating stage four cancer. Molly Hughes was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma at nearly five months old, WBKO reports. “I kinda just fell to the ground after I got off the phone and I just hugged for her like five minutes,” her mother, Chelsea Hughes told WBKO after she found out her daughter was cancer-free after 15 months […]
DENVER — It’s finally here – the Rockies home opener! Baseball returns to the Mile High City as the Rockies face off against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Our live blog covered everything up to the first pitch at Coors Field. Your guide to the Colorado Rockies home opener 26 facts about the Rockies to impress your friends before the home opener Rockies fan photos: Share your Purple Pride pictures 25 stunning photos of Coors Field to celebrate the Rockies FOX31 […]
DENVER — Baseball’s back! The Colorado Rockies are gearing up for their home opener on Friday, and we’ve got everything you need to know to take yourself out to the ballgame. The Rockies will face off against the Los Angeles Dodgers; first pitch is scheduled for 2:10 p.m. Read on for a heads-up on the Pinpoint Weather forecast, security and the easiest way to get to the stadium. And if you want to impress your friends during the game, check […]
DENVER — Built in 1995, Coors Field, the home of the Rockies, is the third-oldest stadium in the National League. Coors Field is pretty special. It has a heated infield and grass, holds the record for the most homers at any ballpark in one season, and is tied with Fenway Park for the most cycles hit in a ballpark. The Rockies even won their first game at Coors Field on April 26, 1995. The game ended in a home run in extra innings as […]
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A woman was found fatally shot inside a vehicle at a Colorado Springs Walmart early Thursday morning, the Colorado Springs Police Department said. Police said they responded to the Walmart in the 700 block of South 8th Street on a reported shooting around 3:30 a.m. on Thursday. KXRM reports that a man called them and admitted to shooting someone. The woman was shot multiple times, according to police. Police said that one person was detained and […]
DENVER — Several local lawmakers are responding and sending well wishes after learning that Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Bennet, who has been considering a 2020 Democratic presidential bid, announced the news on Wednesday night saying that “While hearing news like this is never easy, I am fortunate it was detected early, and as a result, my prognosis is good.” After the news was announced, Colorado lawmakers, regardless of party, have been showing […]
DENVER — In a hot real estate market like Denver – sellers want to do whatever they can to make their home stand out from the competition. And it turns out that in Denver – pet showers increase the value more than anything else. The study by Zillow found that pet showers can increase the sale price of a home by 19 percent in Denver while dog or cat doors can increase the sale price of a home by 5 […]
DENVER — Spring is here and that means it’s time to start thinking about the end of ski season. We know, we know. But the good news is, because of the epic amounts of snowfall this season, many resorts are extending their seasons. Read on to see when your favorite resort plans on closing for the season. All the dates are estimated closing dates as of April 4, 2019 from snowpak.com. We’ll be updating this list if anything changes. Arapahoe […]