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
  • 4 troopers killed on Colorado roads in 4 years

    ROGGEN, Colo. — Wednesday’s death of Cpl. Daniel Groves marks the fourth time a Colorado State Patrol trooper has been killed on the state’s roads since 2015. The 52-year-old corporal was helping the driver of a vehicle that slid off Interstate 76 near Roggen when he was struck by a driver CSP believes was likely driving too fast for the conditions. The driver was taken to Platte Valley Medical Center with moderate injuries. He hasn’t been charged with a crime, […]

  • Loaded handgun found in Denver Jail toilet, DPD launches internal investigation

    DENVER — A loaded handgun was probably the last thing a custodian expected to find in a toilet at the Denver Detention Center Sunday afternoon. The discovery has sparked an internal affairs investigation by Denver police and new charges for DUI suspect Derek Moore. The  30-year-old was arrested before 5 a.m. Sunday after police say he was the at-fault driver in a car accident near South Dayton and East Hampden Avenue. Police reports obtained by the Problem Solvers show Moore […]

  • Following firefighter’s death, Highlands Ranch man remembers day he saved his life

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — South Metro firefighter Cody Mooney passed away from complications of brain cancer on Saturday. In the days since, those who were touched by the 31-year-old have shared their stories. Mooney’s death strikes an especially sad note for Michael Solomon of Highlands Ranch. “I’m here because of Cody Mooney,” said the 82-year-old in an interview with FOX31 investigative reporter Rob Low, who happens to be Solomon’s son-in-law. “He kept my heart beating in the ambulance,” said Solomon, […]

  • Broomfield punts on firing worker who called Problem Solvers

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Melissa Masur wasn’t fired after all, at least not yet. The 26-year old woman walked into her discipline hearing with the City and County of Broomfield Monday morning believing she was going to be terminated.  “I am more hopeful that I was last week,” said Masur. Her story featured by the Problem Solvers last Friday led to a huge public backlash on social media against Broomfield and the Paul Derda Recreation Center. “You have a Good Samaritan […]

  • Broomfield municipal employee faces termination for calling FOX31 Problem Solvers

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Melissa Maur says she may soon be the walking definition of the phrase, “No Good Deed Goes Unpunished.” The 26-year-old will face a termination hearing from the city and county of Broomfield Monday for calling the FOX31 Problem Solvers. Masur has worked at the Paul Derda Recreation Center in Broomfield for nearly eight years. In early February, she called FOX31 to see if the Problem Solvers would be interested in sharing a story about a necklace discovered […]

  • Judge delays sentencing for adult convicted as a juvenile sex offender

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — The sentencing in the case of a convicted sex offender took a dramatic turn Tuesday after a judge couldn’t make up her mind, delaying the proceedings by a month. Chris Hudson didn’t want to talk with the Problem Solvers about his guilty plea to sex crimes against two pre-teen girls. With her permission, FOX 31 has identified Chris’s young sister, Nikki Hudson, as one of the victims. Hudson asked us not to show her face but […]

  • Teacher charged with bringing meth to inmate at Denver jail

    DENVER — A 27-year-old teacher has been charged with bringing methamphetamine to an inmate at the Denver County Jail. Krista Laures admitted to Denver Police Department officers that she brought in drugs at least three times before she was caught last week, according to a probable cause statement. RELATED: Krista Laures probable cause statement The probable cause statement describes Laures as a teacher with Learning Source at the facility and is not employed by the Denver Sheriff Department. Sources say […]

  • Colorado bill would import drugs from Canada

    DENVER —  Gail Devore spends a lot of time shopping on the internet, not from Amazon but from websites welling Canadian drugs, in her case insulin. “In Canada insulin is about $50 a bottle or less,” said Gail before adding “that same bottle is about $350 dollars cash price” in the United States. The 58-year old diabetic told the Problem Solvers she doesn’t have a realistic choice, buy from Canada or go broke in America. “Why do I have to […]

  • Local mom, daughter warn public about son convicted of sex crimes

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — FOX31 gets a number of email tips every day, but we’ve never had one from the mother of a convicted sex offender who wanted to out him to the public as a safety warning. The fact that 30-year-old Christopher “Chris” Hudson is being sentenced Feb. 26 at the Arapahoe County Courthouse is only known because his mother and his sister want it known. His sister was one of his victims. “I’d like to know why he has […]

  • New Arapahoe County sheriff was rejected as deputy

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — Arapahoe County Sheriff Tyler Brown is the first to admit that running as a Democrat might have helped him beat Republican incumbent David Walcher last November.  Arapahoe County has been voting more in favor of Democrats in recent years. Brown says President Donald Trump’s election in 2016 resulted in Democratic success last November. “I think it had a big impact on all the elections statewide. Ultimately, there’s no other way to look at besides it had […]

  • City redacted all findings in Chief White Investigation: Problem Solvers Investigation

    DENVER — A report that investigated claims of gender discrimination by former Police Chief Robert White towards then District 3 Commander Magen Dodge has been released to the Problem Solvers ten months after its completion, but the city blacked out all the findings made by an independent investigator hired by the city of Denver. The decision to redact all of the findings by investigator Jody Luna with the firm Employment Matters, stunned Jeffrey Roberts with the Colorado Freedom of Information […]

  • Prison escapee rented U-Haul to flee Colorado: Problem Solvers Update

    DENVER –The Problem Solvers have learned prison escapee Alan May rented a U-Haul van just hours after his escape on Dec. 21 and headed to Texas. The 54-year old escaped from the Federal Correctional Institution Engelwood near South Kipling Street and Quincy Avenue by stealing a Bureau of Prisons work truck and driving off the prison  grounds without anyone noticing. Alan May still had nine years left on a year 20-year sentence for securities fraud when he escaped. His timing […]

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