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Justin Joseph joined KDVR/KWGN in 2010.

A native of Colorado and graduate of the University of Denver Law School, Justin worked from 2000-2004 as a Senior Deputy District Attorney in Denver, under then District Attorney, Bill Ritter.
In 2005, Joseph moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming to begin his career in broadcasting at the local CBS affiliate. There, Joseph hosted a local talk show and won several awards for excellence in television reporting. In 2007 his love for reporting took him to Omaha, Nebraska where he worked for the local NBC affiliate.

Why the change from law to reporting?

“I always thought I wanted to be a legal analyst for a network. But, the first day I covered breaking-news, I knew I could never be tied down to only covering legal stories.

Since joining KDVR, Joseph’s reporting has been featured on Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren, Shep Smith, Fox & Friends and on CNN.

Recently, Joseph’s reporting was credited for re-opening the Ashley Fallis death investigation leading to murder charges against her husband. In April 2015, Joseph’s work on the Fallis murder investigation was featured on CBS News’ 48 Hours.

Joseph has been nominated for several Emmy’s and in 2015 he earned the Colorado Broadcasters Association Award for Best Investigative Reporter and an Emmy Award for Continuing coverage on the Ashley Fallis Investigation.

Recent Articles
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    BOULDER, Colo. — Physical evidence took center stage on Day 2 of the jury trial of Dynel Lane as doctors and police testified. Lane is accused of attempted first-degree murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy for the March 2015 attack that left Michelle Wilkins‘ unborn daughter dead. Wilkins, who was seven months pregnant at the time, went to Lane’s home after she posted an ad on Craigslist for baby clothes. Wilkins recounted the attack in testimony on Wednesday. Det. […]

  • Swedish patient remembers former surgical tech giving pain medication

    DENVER — Another patient came forward Wednesday and said she saw former surgical technician Rocky Allen in her surgery room at Swedish Medical Center. She said she remembers when he gave her pain medication. According to the patient’s attorney, shortly after the hospital found out Allen might have been stealing narcotics, the health department ordered he be tested. Once the health department received the results from Allen’s test, that’s when the hospital ordered nearly 3,000 surgery patients get tested for […]

  • Lawyer: Two patients at Swedish Medical Center test positive for hepatitis

    DENVER -- Rocky Allen, a former surgical technologist at Swedish Medical Center who is accused of changing syringes and putting thousands of patients at risk for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, has been indicted by a federal grand jury, officials announced Tuesday.

  • Senate candidate holding gun giveaway to build caucus support

    MORGAN COUNTY, Colo. — A gun is one of the first images you’ll see on State Sen. Tim Neville’s website for his candidacy for the U.S. Senate. And he’s not apologetic. “I consider myself a champion for all Second Amendment rights for all individuals in Colorado and all across the country,” Neville said. He’s also offering a chance to win an AR-15 rifle for anyone who caucuses for him on March 1. “I believe the AR-15 is a great weapon,” […]

  • Ex-employee may have exposed Swedish Medical Center patients to HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Swedish Medical Center is looking into a possible drug diversion or the stealing of narcotic pain medication intended for patients by a former employee, the hospital announced Wednesday afternoon. The medical center would not confirm the identity of the employee but said the surgical technician was removed immediately after the alleged suspicious activity came to light. The surgical technician’s actions might have put some surgery patients at risk for exposure to HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C […]

  • Could bioterrorism be at root of Chipotle health concerns?

    DENVER — Chipotle stores across the country opened several hours late Monday so the company could address food safety issues that have plagued it over the past few months. A criminal investigation is underway into the fast casual food chain’s outbreak; some believe the outbreak might not be bad food safety practices but an act of biological terrorism. When an E. coli outbreak hit one of Colorado’s biggest success stories, Chipotle’s stock tumbled as consumers shunned the food chain, frightened […]

  • Coyotes attack little dog, owner finds way to save her life

    DENVER — She’s 14-years-old, 15 pounds and nothing short of a miracle. “It was horrifying and it was something I will never forget. I blame myself for getting her injured,” said Brenda Farmer. Her home backs up to a beautiful open space in Thornton. For pet owners, the open space and the footprints just on the other side of their fence aren’t so pretty. “I saw her run and what I thought was after a rabbit and then I saw […]

  • 8 months later, disabled couple still waiting for city of Thornton to fix damaged window

    THORNTON, Colo. — If you look behind Thornton’s Windemere neighborhood you can see forever. It’s the city of Thornton’s job to keep it looking that way. “I was sitting down watching television and all the sudden I heard this bang,” said Deno Kalomos. He knows when the city mows and he knew this time that wasn’t the sound he heard. “I was like what the heck was that? I went outside and I saw this hole up there,” said Kalomas. […]

  • Denver faces lawsuit demanding release of video related to inmate’s death

    DENVER — A lawsuit filed by the online website The Colorado Statesman claims the city of Denver doesn’t want the public to see how an inmate at the Denver Detention Center died in November. An autopsy determined inmate Michael Lee Marshall, 50, died of asphyxia after being restrained by deputies. The medical examiner ruled the death a homicide and that he likely choked on his own vomit. He was restrained during “an acute psychotic episode” on Nov. 11, according to […]

  • Urgent care’s Web listing says ‘whites only;’ executive says it’s fake

    AURORA, Colo. — The website says “whites only” and when Aurora’s Rocky Mountain Urgent Care was asked why, it sent its chief operating officer to speak to us. “Obviously, it’s not our website,” Carlos Escobar said. “It’s a local webpage that somebody put up.” Escobar said his team at Rocky Mountain is moving quickly to find out who created the false Yahoo business website and why. Escobar said his clinic serves the diverse people of Aurora and always has. “This […]

  • Report: Three major failures made before deadly Arapahoe High School shooting

    LITTLETON, Colo. — A report into the shooting at Arapahoe High School that killed 17-year-old Claire Davis cited three major failures with the school administration and Littleton Public Schools in the months and years leading to the tragedy. The report was conducted by the University of Colorado Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence and the University of Northern Colorado’s Department of Criminal Justice. RELATED: Report on the Arapahoe High School Shooting It found there was a failure of […]

  • Footprints lead to arrest of suspect in Englewood smash-and-grab robberies

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Police said footprints in the snow led to an arrest in another series of smash-and-grab burglaries in Englewood early Friday morning. The burglar struck at Moji Salon on Hampden Avenue before hitting two businesses on South Broadway: Panda One and A to Z Electronics Repair. Englewood Police responded to the salon in the 900 block of Hampden Avenue around 1:50 a.m. and tracked the footprints from there but lost the prints. Shortly after the thief smashed her window, Stacy […]

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