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Kami Carmann began at FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 as a sports reporter in September 2011.

Carmann came to FOX31 and Channel 2 from KMGH, the ABC affiliate in Denver, where she spent three years from 2008-11 as the weekend sports anchor. She returned to her hometown of Denver after stints at WTVF – Newschannel 5 in Nashville, Tenn., WLFL in Raleigh, N.C. and KHGI – NTV in Kearney, Neb.

She graduated from the University of Colorado in 2001 with a double degree in Journalism and Psychology. She was a four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain of the women’s basketball team at CU, returning the program to NCAA Tournament her senior season after three year absence.

She was born in Littleton, Colo., and attended Arapahoe High School in Centennial. She and her husband, Curtis, live in Erie with their twins Sam and Lucy and little brother Cooper, in addition to their fur-children Red and Sherman.


Recent Articles
  • Sam Jones living childhood dream

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Sam Jones is officially a Denver Bronco after signing his rookie contract on Thursday. Being a professional football player may be new, but Jones has been preparing for this moment since high school, at a gym just a few miles from Broncos headquarters. As Kami Carmann explains in the video, the most stressful part of the journey has been getting to the league, now the former ThunderRidge High School star is ready to work.

  • Path after the draft: What happens when the call from an NFL team doesn’t come

    WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. — Former University of Colorado football player Alex Kelley was one of the thousands of college athletes hoping to play NFL football. Only about 2 percent of college football players get drafted by an NFL team every year. Kelley moved on, but his football dreams are still alive. Kami Carmann shows us in the video what happens after the NFL Draft when a player doesn’t get a phone call.

  • One CU football coach helping offensive players grow, including his son

    BOULDER, Colo. — The Colorado Buffaloes rise  in football was real and they are hoping the rebound is as well. After finishing first in the PAC-12 South Division in 2016, the Buffs were a disappointing last in 2017. Spring football was the beginning of a new season for CU. And as Kami Carmann explains, one coach for the Buffs is working to make sure his legacy continues to grow.

  • University of Colorado skier happy to represent Buffaloes in Olympics

    BOULDER, Colo. — University of Colorado women’s Nordic skier Petra Hyncicova will compete in three Olympic races in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The two-time NCAA champion is making her first Olympic appearance. She is one of 10 Nordic skiers representing the Czech Republic. Hynicova will compete in three cross country races. Feb. 10: Ladies’ 15K Skiathlon (combines 7.5K of both disciplines into one race, starting at 12:15 a.m. MST) Feb. 13: Ladies Sprint Classic (qualification heats start at 1:30 a.m. MST) […]

  • Draft Dreams: Former Buffs running back ready to prove critics wrong

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. —  Former CU running back Phillip Lindsay was the heartbeat of the Buffs football team for the last four years. Now he hopes to take that passion and turn it into a professional football career. Kami Carmann explains how the Denver native is tackling the preparation and criticism.

  • Cowboy comedian keeps show rolling

    DENVER — There is no question some of the toughest athletes are cowboys who choose to strap themselves to a 1,500-pound bull and hang on or wrestle a steer to the ground. But what happens when that dreams ends? The cowboy who started clowning around spends his time helping the bullfighters, but more importantly, maintains the laughter in the arena.

  • Inside Furniture Row Racing’s hauler before NASCAR championship

    HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Martin Truex Jr. can cap an unprecedented year with his first NASCAR Series Championship. Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski and Truex are the four championship contenders. The highest finisher of the finalists will claim the Monster Cup Series title. Denny Hamlin starts on the pole in the finale, with Truex second, Busch third, Keselowski fifth and Harvick ninth. The leader in points and wins all season long, Truex says it’s his team that make him look […]

  • Nederland football making history with first female coach in Colorado history

    NEDERLAND, Colo. — There have been plenty of challenges in Beth Buglione’s first season as football coach at Nederland High School. While she is more than happy to be a part of history as the first female coach for a Colorado high school football team, her priority is building her team.

  • Broncos to scrimmage at training camp Saturday

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos are ready for some renewed competition with a scrimmage scheduled for Saturday at training camp. “It’s a chance to go out there and do unscripted football which is rare to get during camp. You don’t really get that until you play in a preseason game,” defensive end Derek Wolfe said. Coach Vance Joseph said the scrimmage will include about 12 plays for the starters, up to 40 plays total. Quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch […]

  • Kyle Freeland loses no-hit bid with one out in ninth in Rockies’ 10-0 win

    DENVER — Left-hander Kyle Freeland fell just two outs short of the first no-hitter by a Rockies pitcher at Coors Field on Sunday. The Chicago White Sox’s Melky Cabrera hit a clean single with one out in the ninth inning, ending the bid by the Thomas Jefferson High School graduate. The Rockies beat the Chicago White Sox, 10-0, winning their first series since in nearly a month. Freeland threw 126 pitches, only the third time he has reached triple figures. […]

  • Rockies host fantasy camp for kids from Special Olympics

    DENVER — Baseball skills where on display in Denver before the Rockies hosted the White Sox.Freeland and Senzatela took the mound while Tapia and Valaika took swings. And Rockies manager Buddy Black took notes on the young prospects. Baseball Fantasy Camp was in session. Around 50 kids from Colorado Special Olympics took to the diamond at Jason Jennings Adaptive Field, getting tutored from their Rockies heroes.

  • Montez changes diet

    BOULDER, Colo. — University of Colorado quarterback Steven Montez has spent his offseason making smart choices. Not just studying X’s and O’s, but also his diet. Montez has dropped 20 pounds from his 6’5 frame. His motivation to eat healthy began after the 2016 game versus Oregon. “I was being carried to the sideline, just exhausted and shouldn’t have been,” says Montez. “It was because I was eating Totinos pizza everyday.” With help from a nutritionist, Montez now has a […]