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Jeremy Hubbard co-anchors FOX31 Denver News at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. with Aristea Brady.

He’s a Colorado native, born in Glenwood Springs (most of his family still resides on the Western Slope), and he also spent part of his childhood two-miles above sea level, in the mining town of Leadville (elevation 10,152 feet).

This is Hubbard’s second stint at FOX31 Denver. He first worked here from 2004-2007 as weekend anchor.  In 2007, he left for ABC News, first as a Chicago-based correspondent, then as a New York-based anchor and correspondent. He was co-anchor of ABC’s national early-morning newscasts, “World News Now” and “America This Morning,” and reported for “Good Morning America,” “World News with Diane Sawyer” and “Nightline,” traveling across the country and overseas to cover breaking news, severe weather, the economy and politics for the network.

Since returning to FOX31 Denver, he’s reported from all over the world.  He’s traveled to Afghanistan to profile Colorado Air Force reservists, returned to the battlefield with Vietnam veterans, and walked with World War II veterans on the beaches of Normandy, the bayfront at Pearl Harbor, and the front lines of Saipan and Tinian in the Northern Mariana Islands of Micronesia.  He’s also journeyed to the concentration camps of Poland to tell the stories of Holocaust survivors who now live in Colorado.

Hubbard is a 15-time Emmy award winner, including three Emmys for “Best Anchor.” He’s also a two-time winner of the “Best Anchor” award from the Colorado Broadcasters Association. He’s also been honored with a national Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio and Television News Directors Association, and the national Sigma Delta Chi award from the Society of Professional Journalists. He has also won five regional Edward R. Murrow Awards.

Hubbard likes to spend time volunteering in the community.  He serves on the Denver Metro Advisory Board of the Salvation Army, and the advisory board of Shimmering Wings, a non-profit that sends grieving children to summer camp to help cope with the loss of a parent, sibling or other close family member.  He’s also done volunteer work with Denver Rescue Mission, Attention Homes, The Greatest Generations Foundation, Junior Achievement and others.

His career began at KWCH in Wichita, KS, where he attended college at Wichita State University.  In 2012, he and his wife started the Jeremy Hubbard and Taunia Hottman Scholarship in Communication at WSU, to help aspiring journalists pay for their education.

He also worked as a reporter and anchor at KMBC-TV in Kansas City.

Hubbard is married with two kids and a dog and lives in Denver, and loves to spend his free time traveling.  He’s visited 32 different countries across Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

Email Jeremy at: Jeremy.Hubbard@KDVR.com

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