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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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    DENVER — A video shows a Christmas Grinch running toward his car sneaking away with a family’s front porch packages. “We were down in Florida visiting great grandma,” Stefan Norton said. “I was standing in line for something there and I got an alert on my phone. I looked at it and it was the guy taking the packages and loading it into his car there.” How is this simultaneous video possible? At Norton’s front door, it’s called the Ring […]

  • Will Peyton Manning sue Al Jazeera? Could he lose in court?

    DENVER — “We’re not making the allegation against Peyton Manning,” claimed the Al Jazeera reporter. Whether that will be enough to save the network from a lawsuit may soon be in the hands of lawyers. Manning saying he will likely sue the network for their report linking his wife Ashley to human growth hormone. Even thought it’s not directly said in the report, the implication of the report was that Ashley was a straw purchaser for the drug to help […]

  • What are the medical uses of HGH?

    DENVER — What exactly is HGH – the substance Peyton Manning was linked to in an Al Jazeera America report – where can you get it and what are its legitimate medicinal purposes? We asked Greenwood Village NuMale Medical Center’s director Dr. Chris Asandra to explain. “It’s widely been used as an anti-aging medicine and because as the body ages, HGH declines.” Asandra said. Asandra says HGH is not FDA approved even to combat the aging process and says there […]

  • Store owners: More guns being sold than ever this holiday season

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Recent terror attacks – and mass shootings – have local gun stores seeing a surge in sales, especially from first time buyers. The CBI, which does the background checks on gun sales, says they always see an uptick in gun sales at this time of year, but management at a local gun shop says they are seeing more gun sales than ever. With Christmas approaching faster than a fired bullet, you’ll find one store is filled with women… […]

  • Star Wars opening weekend do’s and don’ts

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  • Couple takes action after seeing something out of ordinary at shopping mall

    LONE TREE, Colo. — It was a busy shopping day at Park Meadows mall on Tuesday, but one couple said three “Middle Eastern-looking men” still stood out among the crowd. The couple photographed the men sitting at a table, but the couple said that’s not what aroused their suspicion. “As my wife and I were eating in the food court, we noticed three Middle Eastern men taking pictures,” the husband said. The couple asked to remain anonymous but agreed to […]

  • Man makes sure police catch suspect who robbed Starbucks employee of her bank deposit

    DENVER — In early December, a father of three was having lunch at a Mexican restaurant near East Evans Avenue and South Monaco Parkway when, through the window, he saw someone rob a Starbucks employee of her bank deposit. The robber ran 100 yards with the money bag to a dumpster. While police weren’t in pursuit just yet, someone else was. “When I saw him running I`m like I`m goin to get him,” said the good Samaritan who declined to […]

  • Community supports injured Denver police officer

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  • Planned Parenthood shooting victim’s families speak on suspect’s court appearance

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The man accused of killing three inside a Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs on Black Friday appeared in court on Wednesday, calling himself "guilty" and a "warrior for babies."

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  • Mother looks for justice after daughter’s body found in alley trash

    DENVER — A last goodbye at her daughter’s coffin was a moment Olga Martin never prepared for. She recorded it, hoping the memory would help erase a different one: A trash can and an alley on South Alcott Street. “I dismissed it, thinking it’s trash,” said the woman who found Zoie Martin-Macko’s body. Someone chemically burned it to remove trace evidence. “She appeared to be different colors. She was white, red and little green. Her body was frozen,” the woman […]

  • High security at Denver’s Parade of lights eases fears of onlookers

    DENVER — Even the dazzling lights can’t diminish the sorrow that hangs along with a flag at half-staff along the parade route. Importantly, children don’t notice. Their faces ignite as the parade rolls by. It’s a different time in the country, and here at home. A large contingent of police and security watch everything and parade goers notice. “We were just talking about it. We’re not really afraid but we were saying it is more of a risk now than […]