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Rob Low is an investigative reporter with the FOX31 Problem Solvers.

He’s an Emmy Winning Storyteller who has covered a little bit of everything in 20-plus years of reporting.

He’s a Denver native who’s thrilled to call the Mile High City home again after crisscrossing the country.

He began as a weekend weather man in Grand Junction, Colo. Reporting stints followed in Fort Myers, Fl, New Orleans, LA, and Kansas City, Mo.

Rob likes to bike, play basketball (poorly) and explore new places with his family. He loves to tell unusual stories you won’t see anywhere else.

As an investigative reporter he has more time to dig through tips, so don’t hesitate to send him story ideas.

Rob.Low@KDVR.com


Recent Articles
  • Jail inmate who live streams to Facebook from inside cell talks to FOX31

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — An inmate at the Jefferson County jail live streamed to Facebook with a smartphone from inside his cell, county authorities confirmed Friday. The jail, officially called the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office’s Detention Services Division facility, is in Golden. The inmate who posted the video is Joseph Chavez, who officials said is in the jail out of Sterling because he has a court date in Jefferson County on Monday. Video streamed to Facebook Live Thursday night appears […]

  • Sarah’s Home fundraiser benefits sex trafficking victims

    DENVER — Sarah’s Home, an organization that provides residential treatment for girls from 12 to 18 years of age who have been rescued from sex trafficking, is having a fundraiser Saturday in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Denver’s Columbus Park at the corner of 38th Avenue and Navajo Street. The event will include self-defense training for women and children, face painting, and a raffle. Artists scheduled to perform include the Denver Junior […]

  • Sex trafficking survivor shares a horrifying story of abuse and courageous recovery

    AURORA, Colo. — A mix of “kidnapping, torture and sex trafficking” is how 25-year old Lizi Mooney describes her three week ordeal in 2011. Seven years later the Colorado survivor is finally able to share her memories as a naive teenager who hopped a bus near Colorado Springs and arrived in Denver’s Civic Center Park just after New Year’s 2011. “I had tried most every drug about once … like most 18 year olds I thought I knew it all,” […]

  • Use of ‘Taser’ results in 10-day suspension for Denver police officer

    DENVER — A Denver police officer is serving a 10-day suspension for tasering a suspect who refused to put his hands behind his back.  Corporal David Cowden began his suspension September 9th and will complete it September 18th. His discipline follows an incident on March 13 when he was asked to assist RTD security officers in removing a man named Antoine Baker from a Light Rail train at the Alameda Station. Officers say Baker was acting drunk and disruptive.  After […]

  • Parker man pleads guilty to deceiving co-worker out of $300,000

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — Two years after Mark Stubbert confessed that he deceived his then-co-worker out of $300,000 he has plead guilty to one count of theft in Adams County. The 46-year old admits he swindled the money from 71-year-old Joann Murphy from 2012 to 2016 under the guise he would grow her retirement saving through various investments. “I absolutely owe Joann the money. I will absolutely do everything in my power to make sure she gets paid,” Stubbert said in […]

  • No treatment beds for mentally ill boy

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Jace Elliott is back home in Commerce City after spending nearly four months at Children’s Hospital Colorado.  But home is not where doctors or his family think he should be. Medical experts and Elliott’s parents believe the mentally ill 15-year-old needs placement at a long-term residential treatment facility. Elliott was born with an extra chromosome and is known to have violent outbursts. The problem is that the number of kids who need therapy at a long-term […]

  • Denver inmate says she gave birth in jail cell despite pleas for help

    DENVER — A Denver inmate gave birth in her jail cell despite her pleas to be taken to a hospital. Diana Sanchez gave birth to a baby boy on July 31 with no anesthetics or serious medical treatment until after her son was born. “The pain is indescribable and what hurts me more though is that fact that nobody cared,” Sanchez said. The Denver Sheriff Department and Denver Health Medical Center said they are investigating if employees failed to get […]

  • The scent of death: Police dogs and the Chris Watts investigation

    FREDERICK, Colo. — K-9 experts say a cadaver dog may have provided detectives their most important clue in the Chris Watts homicide investigation. Investigators in Frederick, Colorado aren’t saying how they got Chris Watts to confess Wednesday but Weld County prosecutors have revealed Watts’ wife Shanann and two daughters were killed inside their home. On Tuesday morning, K-9 search teams were seen going in and out of the Watts home while Chris Watts was providing interviews to the media. Bret […]

  • Body camera video released of Denver mayor’s son threatening officer

    AURORA, Colo. — The body camera video recording of the son of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock using a gay slur and threatening an Aurora police officer has been released. Jordan Hancock, 22, was pulled over March 23 for going 65 mph in a 40 mph zone. Almost immediately, he is belligerent toward officer Paul McClendon even though Hancock is caught driving without his  license. After being told by the mayor’s son to hurry up and write a ticket , McClendon responds, […]

  • Murdered by mistake: Was wrong prosecutor targeted?

    DENVER — A retired detective tells the FOX31 Problem Solvers the 2008 murder of a local prosecutor is why the the El Paso District Attorney Dan May has never prosecuted anyone for the 2013 assassination of Tom Clements, the Colorado Department of Corrections director at the time. “I think it has to do with the Sean May murder,” said Mark Pfoff, who retired in 2014 but worked the Tom Clements case as a detective for the El Paso County Sheriff’s […]

  • Aurora officer who shot armed homeowner was involved in deadly motel shooting in June

    AURORA, Colo. — The officer who shot and killed an armed homeowner early Monday morning was the same one who killed a suspect in a shooting in June, the Aurora Police Department said Wednesday. The officer, who has not been identified because of threats that reportedly have been received, was placed on desk duty after the shooting at the Biltmore Motel at 8900 E. Colfax Ave. Three officers pursued a suspect after arriving to a report of shots fired at […]

  • Video supports evidence of conspiracy in killing of Colorado prison chief Tom Clements

    DENVER — New video supports a retired El Paso County detective who said the 2013 assassination of Colorado prison chief Tom Clements was a murder-for-hire. No one disputes Evan Ebel shot and killed Tom Clements by posing as a pizza delivery man, but there is controversy whether Ebel acted alone or had help. According to a Texas Rangers report, the assassination of Department of Corrections Director Clements was orchestrated by a white supremacist prison gang known as 211. When Ebel […]