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Matt Mauro anchors Daybreak on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 8 to 10 a.m., alongside meteorologist Christine Rapp. He’s also a reporter on FOX31 Denver News and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 News weekday afternoons and 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.

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    DENVER — Two people were stabbed on a light rail train on Thursday night, the Denver Police Department said. The incident happened on the L Line at 18th and California streets just before 6 p.m. The intersection is home to several large office and hotel towers. Denver Police told FOX31 it appears the stabbings were random. They told FOX31 Maressa Archuleta, a transient, was riding the train when for some unknown reason. She caused a disturbance and pulled out a […]

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    Dispute over allowing public at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge heads to federal court

    DENVER — On Tuesday, a federal judge will hear from both sides of a controversial plan to put hiking and biking trails on the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to open 20 miles of the trails in September. Many environmental groups and others are suing the federal government to stop them from opening. In Tuesday’s hearing, they’ll try to convince a federal judge to prevent the trails from opening while the case makes […]

  • Veterinarians treat pets for free

    DENVER — More than 100 dogs and cats received free medical treatment Sunday, thanks to volunteer veterinarians. Many of the veterinarians are in Denver for the annual American Veterinary Medical Association and joined the Street Dog Coalition, organized by Fort Collins veterinarian Dr. Jon Geller, to provide veterinary medical care to a lot of people who could not afford it otherwise. Dozens of people lined up outside the Colorado Convention Center to have their dogs and cats examined, vaccinated and […]

  • Denver-area girl one of just 64 in world with rare genetic mutation

    DENVER — Some of the best genetic scientists in the world are in Colorado this weekend to talk about their mission to find a cure for a rare genetic disorder. The disorder is technically called PPP2R5D and is better known as Jordan’s Syndrome. It was named after Jordan Lang, the first child diagnosed with the gene mutation in the United States. Jordan’s Syndrome causes children to have developmental delays. Now, 64 children worldwide have been diagnosed with the Jordan’s Syndrome, […]

  • 4 military planes help fight Colorado wildfires

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Four military cargo planes are now helping fight wildfires in Colorado. Two  C-130 Hercules planes arrived at Peterson Air Force Base last week from Cheyenne, Wyoming and Reno, Nevada and joined two others already in the state. The planes are outfitted with Modular Airborne Fire Fighting Systems, MAFFS, and can drop 3,000 gallons of water or fire-retardant in just six seconds. “It’s pretty intensive, just flying over these fires,” Staff Sgt. Annie Lepillez told FOX31. She’s […]

  • Thanks to art donation, veterans raise money to help others find work

    DENVER — The Cherry Creek Arts Festival is one of the biggest outdoor events in the Mile High City every year. It draws about 350,000 people and features the work of more than 250 artists. This year, that includes a sculpture of the 16th president of the United States, simply called “Lincoln,” that stands tall outside Paul Zueger’s Masters Gallery off 3rd Street. “He couldn’t give anymore,” Zueger said of the sculpture. “His hat is off.  His shoulders are swooped. […]

  • Extra tax on outdoor gear? Parks and Wildlife looks to raise money for conservation

    DENVER — Would you be willing to pay an extra sales tax on outdoor gear or buy a license plate stamp to support the Centennial state’s outdoor spaces? That’s what Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants to know, as it’s beginning a conversation about how to pay for conservation in the future. This includes keeping trails pristine and wilderness and wildlife healthy. “The more these resources get used – we use the phrase, ‘They’re getting loved to death,’ – the more […]

  • Hundreds of pounds of illegal fireworks confiscated around July 4th in Colorado

    AURORA, Colo. — Law enforcement officers around the Denver metro area have been swamped in the last 24 hours with thousands of calls about illegal fireworks. “We certainly heard a lot of concern from the community,” Aurora Police Officer Bill Hummel told FOX31. From July 4th to the next morning, Aurora Police received about 1,200 calls about illegal fireworks – one-third more calls than normal. Denver Police received about the same number of fireworks calls and issued seven court summons. They […]

  • Jefferson County looking for burn ban violators

    GOLDEN, Colo. — Almost everywhere you go in Colorado, there are burn bans in effect. This includes White Ranch Park in Golden, which is just a 40 minute drive from downtown Denver. “You have this beautiful grassy field that transitions into ponderosa pines,” said Mary Ann Bonnell, a ranger and visitor service manager with Jefferson County Open Space. But this pristine park, is starting to dry out. “Two weeks ago these hills looked emerald,” Ranger Bonnell told FOX31. Now they’re […]

  • Part of Denver park open again after being shut down for 7 years

    DENVER — The baseball field at Hirshorn Park in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood is open again, after dog waste shut it down seven years ago. “Every other step, you had to avoid a pile of dog waste,” said Jose Palma, a field supervisor with Denver’s Parks and Recreation Department. So in 2011, Palma and the city locked the gates on the baseball field. Now, seven years later, the gates are open again. It’s a two month trial to see if the […]

  • Jefferson County Platoon reunites 50 years after basic training

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Two dozen veterans reunited Saturday to remember the 50th anniversary of when they enlisted in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. The men were all part of the 45 soldiers in the Jefferson County Platoon, the largest group to enlist at the same time in Colorado history. “I’m humbled by their service,” said Joe Sleevi, the former platoon sergeant who helped organize the reunion. “Each one of them has a story of their own courage, sacrifice […]

  • Walmart shooting suspect will go to trial

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — The man accused of shooting and killing three people inside a Thornton Walmart in November was in court Friday for a preliminary hearing. Scott Ostrem is facing six first-degree murder and 30 attempted murder charges. In court Friday, District Attorney Dave Young, of the 17th Judicial District, played surveillance video that investigators say shows Ostrem walking into the Walmart off Grant Street on Nov. 1, 2017 and firing seven shots from a semi-automatic handgun. Three people died […]