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.

Recent Articles
  • Lakewood police sued after K9 attacks sleeping man: Problem Solvers Investigation

    LAKEWOOD, Colo.– On the evening of September 21, 2018 Spencer Erickson woke up a to K9 police dog nearly ripping his throat out.  Now nearly a year later, Erickson has filed a Federal lawsuit accusing the Lakewood Police Department and six of its officers of excessive force. “He is lucky he is not dead, only by the grace of god is he not dead,” said Erickson’s attorney Adam Frank.  The civil rights attorney says a police dog named “Finn” exposed […]

  • Denver paying to house 16 homeless hepatitis A patients in area motels: Problem Solvers Investigation

    DENVER — The city of Denver is housing 16 people who are homeless in five area motels who contracted hepatitis A, the FOX31 Problem Solvers have learned. The revelation follows confirmation of Denver’s first death from Hepatitis A after an outbreak began in October 2018. FOX31 Problem Solver Rob Low received confirmation that Denver Public Health is paying to put transient people who’ve contracted hepatitis A in area motels in order to keep them isolated from other homeless people who […]

  • Denver sheriff will resign Thursday

    DENVER — Denver Sheriff Patrick Firman will resign Thursday, according Mayor Michael Hancock. Firman has run the Denver Sheriff Department since October 2015. The sheriff department is separate from the Denver Police Department; it oversees the city’s jail and court systems. Firman’s last day at the department will be Oct. 14. Sources say the replacement will likely be announced Thursday as well. City leaders are leaning toward appointing someone who is not currently a sworn officer within the department, but […]

  • At least one Denver Jail inmate being treated for hepatitis A

    DENVER — At least one inmate at the Denver Downtown Detention Center is being treated for hepatitis A, according to the Denver Sheriff Department and Denver Health Medical Center. “The Denver Sheriff Department and Denver Health took swift action to follow protocols and both Denver Sheriff Department and Denver Health leadership have been involved with addressing this issue. Vaccines and education about Hepatitis A has been offered to all involved,” said Daria Serna, a spokesperson for the sheriff department. The […]

  • Golden doctor fired for helping terminally ill patient seek end-of-life option

    GOLDEN, Colo. — A doctor in Golden has been fired for wanting to help her patient end his life. Centura Health terminated Dr. Barbara Morris on Aug. 26, five days after Morris and her patient Cornelius “Neil” Mahoney filed a lawsuit against Centura Health. The lawsuit seeks clarification from Colorado to decide if the state’s End of Life Options Act allows healthcare providers to prevent their employees from participating in any way when it comes to end-of-life decisions. “I wanted […]

  • Mom convicted of child abuse now under hoarding investigation: Problem Solvers follow-up

    ARVADA, Colo. — The city of Arvada confirms its code enforcement division has opened an investigation into the outside of Adrienne Stone’s house and is talking to the city attorney about the possibility of obtaining a search warrant to go inside because of concerns over hoarding. Stone has been the subject of three recent Problem Solver stories after it was revealed she maintained custody of her seven youngest kids for six weeks despite a July 10 conviction for child abuse, […]

  • Lawyer representing I-70 crash suspect could face sanctions due to comments made to media

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — The attorney representing the trucker accused of causing the deadly Interstate 70 crash in April could face sanctions for comments he made to the media. In a motion filed Thursday afternoon, prosecutors argued that Rob Corry’s comments from past hearings are “attempts to influence the hearts and minds of potential Jefferson County jurors through the media.” Corry represents Rogel Aguilera-Mederos, who is charged with four counts of vehicular homicide for the crash that occurred near I-70’s […]

  • Denver sheriff’s deputy fired after federal drug indictment, relationship with ex-inmate

    DENVER — A Denver Sheriff Department deputy who has been indicted by the federal government on drug charges has been fired. Sylvia Montoya was pulled over in March by the Denver Police Department with convicted felon Timothy Spikes in the vehicle with her. Spikes had served time in the Denver County Jail where Montoya worked but she never told the department she was having an affair with him. The city paid Montoya nearly $10,000 while she was on investigative leave, […]

  • Juror speaks out against Arvada mother convicted of child abuse

    GOLDEN, Colo. — Adrienne Stone will return to family court later this week for a dependency and neglect hearing to address visitation between the seven youngest children and oldest son Nicholas, who was the key witness against his mother. Stone was convicted of felony menacing, six counts of child abuse and violation of a protection order on July 10. Last week, Stone was sentenced to five months of work release and four years probation But six weeks after those convictions, the […]

  • Trucker accused in deadly I-70 crash willing to answer questions from victims’ loved ones, lawyer says

    GOLDEN, Colo. — The hearing for the semitruck driver accused of causing the deadly, fiery crash on Interstate 70 in Lakewood in April was continued Tuesday. Rogel Aguilera-Mederos is facing 41 counts, including four counts of vehicular homicide. Four people were killed in the crash that involved 24 vehicles and four semitrucks on April 25. Prosecutors said Aguilera-Mederos drove recklessly eastbound on Interstate 70 when he plowed his truck into vehicles backed up because of another crash on the highway. […]

  • Mom who terrorized neighborhood sentenced for child abuse: Problem Solvers follow-up

    GOLDEN, Colo. — The 38-year old Arvada mom featured in a Problem Solvers investigation Wednesday, spent her first night in jail Thursday. Adrienne Stone was sentenced by Jefferson County Judge Jeffrey Pilkington Thursday afternoon to five months of work release and four years of probation for her July 10 convictions of menacing with a deadly weapon, six counts of misdemeanor child abuse and one count of violating a protection order. It’s rare for a first time offender to get jail […]

  • Arvada mother convicted of child abuse maintained custody of 7 kids until investigation

    ARVADA, Colo. — Adrienne Stone was convicted of felony menacing, six counts of child abuse and violation of a protection order on July 10. But six weeks after those convictions, the 38-year-old Arvada mother was still allowed to maintain custody of her seven youngest kids. “I didn’t know how anybody who had just been convicted of several counts of child abuse would still be allowed to keep children,” said Nicholas Maerz Jr., the oldest son of Stone. Now 18 years […]

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