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Matt Mauro anchors FOX31 News at 5 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. on the weekends along with the weekend edition of Channel 2 News at 7 p.m. He’s also a reporter on FOX31 and Channel 2 weekday evenings.

Mauro comes to Denver from KPNX, the NBC affiliate in Phoenix. There he anchored the morning show and was a part of the station’s consumer investigative unit, Call 12 For Action. He also spent six months hosting the afternoon news and lifestyle show, EVB Live.

Prior to Phoenix, Mauro was in the weekday morning anchor slot at KRQE/KASA in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he spent three years behind the desk of the city’s fastest growing wake-up show.

Mauro has also worked as a host and correspondent for Hollywood Dailies and Spotlight on ReelzChannel in Los Angeles and was a freelance host on various entertainment networks.

He started his career at KWCH-TV in Wichita, first as the bureau reporter/MMJ in Dodge City, followed by being the education reporter and eventually morning anchor on both KWCH and KSCW.

Mauro is a Tampa native who earned his BS in Telecommunications from the University of Florida.

You can email Matt at Matt.Mauro@KDVR.com.

Recent Articles
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    DENVER — Gov. Jared Polis said he wants all-day kindergarten available for all Colorado children — for free — and he wants it to start this fall. “Our top priority this session is empowering every single Colorado community to offer free, full-day kindergarten in our great state of Colorado,” the governor said Thursday during his State of the State address. Early estimates show that would cost Colorado about $250 million per year. Gov. Polis said he’ll propose a way to […]

  • Hundreds of thousands of federal workers about to miss paycheck

    DENVER — More than 800,000 federal employees are about to miss a paycheck because of the government shutdown that is now in its third week. In many cases, that’s money workers can’t afford to wait for. A study from Career Builder says 78 percent of federal workers live paycheck to paycheck. Consequently, food banks and assistance centers in and around Denver — home to thousands of federal workers — are getting ready to help. Food Bank of the Rockies has […]

  • These are the worst Denver intersections for red-light runners caught on camera

    DENVER – The Problem Solvers have obtained new numbers that show how many drivers are running some of Denver’s red lights and getting caught on camera. The worst intersection is at 6th Avenue and Lincoln Street, where drivers eastbound were fined an average of more than 28 times per day in 2018. Overall, about 55 percent of the drivers fined pay the fines, which range in price from $40 to $75. However, some drivers do not pay, which experts say is […]

  • Yellow lights to be longer at some Denver intersections

    DENVER – The city of Denver will not add more red light cameras right now, and instead, will increase the time some lights are yellow. Wednesday, the city council had been set to vote on a plan to add the red light cameras to intersections at 13th and Lincoln, 18th and Lincoln and Alameda and Santa Fe. But Councilman Kevin Flynn recently sent city leaders an e-mail that changed their mind. It basically said, cameras aren’t the answer to stopping […]

  • Local federal workers worry about missing a paycheck

    DENVER — Right now, about a quarter of Colorado’s 50,000 federal workers are worried about when they’ll get their next paycheck. They, along with nearly 800,000 other federal workers, are either furloughed or working without getting paid because Congress and President Donald Trump can not agree on a budget. “Get it done,” Sebastian Henao, the Colorado president of the Professional Aviation Safety Specialists, told FOX31. “I mean, what else can you say? Stop hem hawing. Just get it done.” Henao […]

  • Deadly Colorado crashes preventable, troopers say

    DENVER — Nine people have died in seven crashes on Colorado roads during the last 72 hours, according to Colorado State Troopers. The agency says all of the crashes were preventable. “This is an epidemic that has to stop right now,” said Colorado State Patrol Chief Matthew Packard, who was visibly agitated by the deadly crashes. “Selfish driving caused each one of these crashes. Inattentive. Impairment. Just not paying attention.” One of the crashes Chief Packard is referring to is […]

  • Winter weather will cause travel troubles nationwide

    DENVER – A big winter storm that’s already pounded California, could soon cause travel troubles for people in Colorado and across the country. This is set to have a big affect on travelers headed home from the holidays. “We got stuck on the road. It was awful,” said one driver who was stuck on I-80 in California. The snow storm that stranded drivers there is making its way to the Rocky Mountains. Then it’s set to blast the Plains and […]

  • Central 70 Project lawsuit settled

    DENVER – The last lawsuit pending against the project to widen I-70 through much of Denver is now settled. The Colorado Department of Transportation officially agreed to the settlement Thursday, after months of negotiating. “We’re really excited to finally finalize the settlement agreement, so we can move forward with the project and community commitments,” said the Central 70 Project’s Stacia Sellers. The Elyria-Swansea and Chaffee Park neighborhood associations, along with the Sierra Club and the Colorado Latino Forum filed the suit […]

  • Part of Globeville to transform into open-space park

    DENVER – A Denver neighborhood that was once overrun with illegal dumping, stolen cars and more is now set to be transformed into an open-space park, thanks to more than a decade of work by neighbors and a non-profit agency. The city, Xcel Energy and others recently gave the final approval for the Platte Farm Open Space in Globeville, near 49th Avenue and Logan. It’s where Dave Oletski has spent his entire life and where his family has lived more […]

  • Plan would keep oil and gas developments farther from playgrounds, athletic fields

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. – A plan presented to the state would keep most oil and gas development at least 1,000 feet away from school playgrounds, athletic fields and more. Right now, most drilling must be at least 1,000 feet away from the physical school building. The Colorado Oil and Gas Association, two school districts – Adams 12 Five Star Schools and 27J – the Colorado Association of School Boards and more created the plan that’s set to be discussed before the […]

  • Denver may force electric scooters into bike lanes

    DENVER — Denver Public Works and two city council members announced a proposed plan on Wednesday that would make changes to electric scooter rules in Denver. Under the proposed rules, most scooters would have to operate in the bike lane. Currently, users are allowed to ride the dockless scooters on the sidewalk. The proposed bill would classify the scooters as “Electric Mobility Scooters” (EMS). Here are the proposed rules: The scooter must operate in a bike lane, if one is available, […]

  • Aurora theater victim’s father: Christopher Watts’ sentencing not necessarily closure for victims’ family

    DENVER – On Monday morning, Christopher Watts — the man who pleaded guilty to killing his pregnant wife and two daughters — will learn his fate in court in Greeley. Shanann Watts’ family will be in court as well and will face their loved ones’ killer. There are few people who personally know the pain of losing a loved one in such a sudden and sinister manner, but Tom Sullivan is one of them. His son, Alex, was shot and killed […]