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Chris Jose is a reporter/fill-in anchor for FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2.

You can watch him weekday mornings on “Good Day Colorado” and “Daybreak.”

Since his arrival in August 2010, Chris has covered every major news story in Colorado including the Aurora Theater Shooting, the Colorado wildfires and floods, and the 2012 Presidential Debate at the University of Denver.

Chris also regularly reports on the Denver Broncos for both morning shows. In January 2014, he spent a week in New York City covering Super Bowl XLVIII.

Chris has won several awards, including three regional Emmy nominations for his reporting. The Colorado Broadcasters Association has recognized his work twice. In 2008, Chris was named Best Anchor by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters.

Chris began his career as a weekend anchor/reporter at KGWN TV in Cheyenne, Wyoming and later spent two years at KGAN TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa serving as the station’s weekend sports anchor/news reporter. He graduated from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University with a degree in broadcast journalism.

In his free time, Chris enjoys watching the Broncos, playing basketball, working on his below average golf game, and exploring Denver with his wife, Jaclyn and dog, Chloe.

Chris is an active member of the Asian American Journalists Association. He regularly emcees the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival and the Filipino American Community of Colorado’s Philippine Festival. Chris also volunteers his time at the Asian Pacific Development Center and the Miss Asian American Colorado scholarship program.

Recent Articles
  • Thieves steal trailer filled with youth football equipment

    LAFAYETTE, Colo. — A youth football program may have to forgo its season after thieves steal their trailer filled with equipment. The Lafayette Bobcats Football Organization stored the trailer at Trails RV & Storage at 1800 South 120th Street in Lafayette. Team officials reported it stolen to police Saturday morning, hours before an annual team party. “I unlocked the gate, drove in, and realized the trailer was gone,” said Tyler McHam, Bobcats equipment manager. “There’s at least a hundred kids, if […]

  • Flooded basement at Denver apartment causes health concern

    DENVER — There are safety concerns at a west metro Denver apartment after heavy rain flooded out a basement level unit. The family living at 7470 West 20th Avenue says flooding first became an issue in early May and the problem is only getting worse. “I’m going to need a life boat pretty quick here,” said Geraldine Gutierrez. “The water in here was deep enough to cover my feet.” Gutierrez needed help and reached out to the FOX31 Problem Solvers. […]

  • Part of apartment building roof blown off at 870 South Birch Street in Denver

    Insurance dispute arises after roof falls on cars during storm in Denver

    Last Friday’s storms packed a powerful punch and left its mark in the Denver area. On the 800 block of South Birch Street in Denver, high winds peeled off a roof at an apartment complex. The roof fell onto several parked cars. “We just want answers,” Alma Neal said. Neal has significant damage to her car. “We just want to know who’s going to pay for our damages because we can’t afford to pay for that.” Comprehensive car insurance would […]

  • Couple who lived in Greenwood Village home damaged in standoff speak

    GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — After the home they lived in was damaged by police and now condemned following a 19-hour standoff, the family spoke to FOX31 Denver about coming to grips with their home left in shambles. John Lech and his fiance Anna Mumzhiyan were the couple renting the home from John’s dad. Ann’s 9-year-old son was inside the home when an armed shoplifting suspect broke into the home and barricaded himself inside. The boy told his parents what he […]

  • Sewer backup floods apartment

    Woman living in apartment flooded by sewer backup while waiting for repairs

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — A woman’s apartment in Commerce City is nearly unlivable after a sewage backup last month. For more than four weeks, Kim Matchie said she lived in deplorable conditions, while her landlord figured out a solution. “It smelled so bad,” Matchie said.  “Sewer water, portable toilet and wet dog is how I explained it.  I stayed in it for days.” Matchie’s apartment flooded May 9.  It took five days for the landlord to rip out wet, moldy […]

  • Longmont police stop man who tried to kill wife with knives

    LONGMONT, Colo. — Police arrested a man who attempted to kill his wife in a domestic violence incident late Saturday night. Longmont dispatchers received a 911 call at 11:48 p.m. from Richard Martinez, 35. He told them, “I’m going to kill my wife,” then hung up. A police officer arrived at the 1600 block of Main Street at 11:51 p.m., where he said he heard screaming coming from the apartment. Shortly thereafter, a woman ran out of the building and hid behind the officer’s […]

  • 1 dead, 2 injured after attempted armed robbery of movers in Aurora

    AURORA, Colo. — Three juveniles were shot after a robbery attempt gone awry late Friday night. Police responded to reports of shots fired around 11 p.m. in the 400 block of South Kalispell Way in Aurora. “I was in bed and I heard all of these shots,” said Mae Dixon, a neighbor. “Everyone here is a victim.” Three men were moving items into a unit in an apartment building when they were approached by three teenage males in the foyer who attempted to rob them […]

  • Firefighters contain smoky warehouse fire, no one injured

    SHERIDAN, Colo. — A warehouse fire spewed black smoke into the air and prompted preemptive evacuations  Saturday evening. It happened at in the 4400 block of South Clay Street near Federal Boulevard and Oxford Avenue  in unincorporated Sheridan around 7 p.m. The area includes residential homes, warehouses and a storage site for boats and RV’s. Denver Fire said that some of the homes were evacuated as a precaution. “I was honestly shocked because it came out of nowhere – and when […]

  • 'The Mikado'

    Controversial comic opera premieres in Denver

    DENVER — A musical that has been around for more than 130 years is premiering in Denver this weekend, but it doesn’t come without controversy. “The Mikado,” a comic opera written by Gilbert and Sullivan in the late 1800s, is meant to be a critique of British politics and society, set in a fictional town in Japan. It is also known for racial caricature and Japanese stereotypes. “To me its offensive that any theater company would put this on in […]

  • Mushrooms caused by recent rain can make dogs sick

    DENVER — Mushrooms are popping up across the Front Range as the recent rains have been good for lawns, but veterinarians say pets need to be watched more than ever. “There’s a whole bunch of little brown mushrooms in our yard that cause vomiting and diarrhea in our dogs,” veterinarian Kevin Fitzgerald at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital said. “I think what happens with mushrooms a lot of the times goes under the radar. The dog is sick, but we don’t […]

  • PacSun’s upside down American Flag T-shirt considered offensive

    DENVER — A t-shirt for sale online from the popular store PacSun, was making the rounds on social media but not for a good reason. It is a black t-shirt with the American Flag printed on it, but what’s causing uproar is that the flag is upside down. Some say it is offensive for portraying the flag like this, others disagree. The shirt was on sale on Monday at Denver’s Park Meadows mall location.  Employees there told FOX31 Denver that they […]

  • Boulder company wants builders to re-source their materials

    BOULDER, Colo. — The Center for ReSource Conservation is making it easy for home and business owners to buy building material at a cheaper price. ReSource Boulder, located on 6400 Arapahoe Road, sells gently used, donor-sourced construction and building materials. “A lot of of what we’re doing is actually preventing materials from ending up in the landfill and we’re re-purposing them instead,” said Emily Trostel, Center for ReSource Conservation operations manager.  “It’s all architectural goods: cabinets, doors, lighting, windows, hardware, […]

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