Keagan Harsha is one of FOX31 Denver’s weekend anchors. He is also a reporter during the week.

Keagan grew up just a few states to the north in Montana. However, he comes to Denver from El Paso, Texas where he was the main anchor for KTSM-TV, the NBC affiliate.

Before KTSM, Keagan held anchoring and reporting positions at WCAX, the CBS affiliate in Burlington, Vermont. He also worked as a weekend anchor and reporter at KULR, the NBC affiliate in Billings, Montana. He has won of several Emmy and Edward R. Murrow awards for his reporting in those states.

Keagan is a graduate of the University of Montana and is an avid Griz fan. He also grew up a huge Colorado Rockies fan and is ecstatic to finally live in a state with like-minded fans who can support him during those losing seasons. Outside of work, Keagan loves hiking and exploring the great outdoors. He and his family are on a quest to visit every national park and the high point of every state. He’s gotten to about half of them so far.

If you want to contact Keagan, email him at

Recent Articles
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  • 89-year-old who had never seen ocean or mountains now visiting all national parks

    DENVER — An 89-year-old woman who had never seen the ocean or mountains is now trying to visit all of the 61 national parks in the United States. Joy Ryan, of Ohio, said she rarely vacationed. Her grandson came up with the idea to visit every national park. “I said, ‘Let’s give it a whirl!’ I’m glad to try anything. I said, ‘I’m not going to sit down and drink tea and watch soap operas until I have to’,” Ryan […]

  • Douglas County family meets 911 dispatcher who helped them deliver baby in bathtub

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — If Ryan and Devinne Howell ever needed proof that angels exist, they found it on the other end of a phone call to 911. Missy Piche is a 911 dispatcher in Douglas County who helped talk the Howells through the birth of their daughter, Nellie Maeve Howell. Nellie was born one week ago after the Howells realized they didn’t have time to make it to the hospital. “He (Ryan) had her in the car and I […]

  • 5th grader OK after being run over by car near Aurora school

    AURORA, Colo. — A fifth grade boy suffered minor injuries when he was struck by a car outside Meadow Point Elementary School in Aurora Monday. Kara Gehring, who witnessed the incident, could only watch in horror as a driver hit the gas and ran over the top of 12-year-old Connor Carson. “He went under the car. His entire body flipped under the car,” said Gehring. “It was horrible. It was one of the most traumatic things I’ve ever seen in […]

  • 911 dispatcher helps Sedalia couple deliver child in bathtub

    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — A Douglas County 911 dispatcher helped a Sedalia couple deliver a child in a bathtub Tuesday morning. The call came in at 8:34 a.m. Douglas County dispatcher Missy Piche answered. The caller was a panicked Ryan Howell. “I was very nervous, to be honest, and just scared what could happen,” said Howell. Howell’s wife, Devinne, was in labor and he knew he didn’t have time to get her to the hospital. She had called him at work […]

  • Colorado Springs woman picks up injured bobcat, puts it in her car next to child

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A woman in Colorado Springs picked up an injured bobcat and put it in her car on Thursday morning. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say the woman placed the mortally wounded wild cat in the backseat of her car where her child was seated. Wildlife officials removed the bobcat from the woman’s car. They say it was too injured to react to being picked up and placed in the car. Now CPW is issuing a stern […]

  • Kaiser Permanente patients in Colorado fear possible strike

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  • Neighbors try to help coyote with mange near Quincy Reservoir

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  • Trailer filled with fossils valued at more than $100,000 stolen at Aurora hotel

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  • Cleanup begins after mudslide damages Idaho Springs bar and grill

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  • Beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park? Some visitors give it 1 star reviews

    DENVER — If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, head up to Rocky Mountain National Park. The park is beautiful this time of year, but don’t expect rave reviews from everyone. The park has several one star reviews on sites like Yelp and Trip Advisor, complaining about everything from a lack of Starbucks to an abundance of wildlife. A visitor named Gary G. wrote, “A congested hell hole of over crowded roads, crazy tourists, and ill tempered park […]

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