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
  • 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 […]

  • 2 Denver police officers fined 2 days each for detaining reporter

    DENVER — Two Denver police officers have been fined two days pay each for stopping a reporter from filming a man being detained with her cellphone last summer. On July 5 near East Colfax Avenue and North Grant Street, officers were helping a nude man as he was in crisis. During the incident, officers detained Susan Greene, editor of The Colorado Independent, after she refused to stop filming the arrest. The man was taken to a hospital and was not arrested. […]

  • Local woman dies 8 months after kidneys wrongly removed: Problem Solvers Update

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — The University of Colorado Hospital was already facing a medical malpractice lawsuit from Linda Woolley after doctors wrongly removed both of her kidneys last May. Now the case may become a wrongful death suit, after Woolley passed  away on Friday, Feb. 1. The 73-year old shared her story with the Problem  Solvers in November, when Investigative Reporter  Rob Low asked her, ” Do you feel like the University of Colorado Hospital owes you an apology?” Woolley responded, “I […]

  • Man suspected of shooting 2 Denver officers used officer’s weapon to kill himself

    DENVER — The man suspected of shooting and wounding two Denver officers used one of the officer’s guns to kill himself, according to law enforcement sources. Joseph Quintana 35, died on Monday morning at Denver Health Medical Center. An autopsy determined he died from a gunshot wound and the manner of death was ruled a suicide. Quintana, of Denver, was taken to the hospital from a home in the 600 block of Inca Street after the officer-involved shooting on Sunday. The officers were identified as Richard […]

  • Husband shoots wife, DA rules it accidental: Problem Solvers Investigation

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — It’s rare when police and prosecutors don’t agree on criminal charges but what happened in Castle Rock last summer was also very rare. A late-night shooting in the 600 block of Howe Street on July 28 left Stacy Washa with a gunshot wound to her abdomen.  The gunman was her husband, Wayne Godsey. “Dude, I’m so scared right now, it’s not even funny,” was what Godsey can be seen on body-cam telling an officer on the […]

  • Independent monitor’s power restored to investigate Denver police chief, sheriff

    DENVER — Denver’s police chief and sheriff will once again face oversight from the Office of the Independent  Monitor (OIM). The City Council’s Public Safety Committee unanimously passed a measure  Wednesday morning, expected to be adopted by the full council on Feb. 19, that would restore the independent monitor’s ability to make recommendations in any cases involving law enforcement personnel. Last year, the administration of Mayor Michael Hancock made a controversial decision to suddenly bar the independent monitor from participating in […]

  • Female Commander files gender discrimination complaint against Denver Police: Problem Solvers Investigation

    DENVER– One of the highest ranking and highest paid women in the Denver Police Department has filed a Civil Rights Complaint against the City of Denver and its police department for gender discrimination. 41-year-old Magen Dodge claims she has been a victim of retaliation for speaking out against sexism she suffered under former Police Chief Robert White. “I had the audacity to speak up and tell Chief White that some comments and things he had done were inappropriate and unwelcome […]

  • State Patrol identifies suspect in Capitol vandalism

    DENVER– The Colorado State Patrol tells FOX31 it knows who committed vandalism inside the state Capitol Sunday morning. State Patrol identifies suspect in Capitol vandalism. Captain Daniel Haley of the Executive Security Unit says investigators want to arrest their suspect before they name him and are confident that will happen soon, “It is very clear surveillance video as to what happened and a picture of the suspect.” A triggered fire alarm around 5 a.m. Sunday led Denver firefighters and Colorado […]

  • Following son’s death, local parents donate his brain tumor to Children’s Hospital

    DENVER — Elijah Gonzalez would have turned 2 years old Friday, which is why friends and family sang “Happy Birthday” at his funeral. His death on Jan. 19 came one month after the Lakewood boy was finally able to access an experimental drug to treat his brain tumor. While the drug treatment came too late to save Elijah, his parents haven’t given up their fight to help others. “We decided to donate Elijah’s tumor to science because it’s very important that […]

  • Local toddler whose family fought for ‘right to try’ medication dies

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — A Lakewood boy who was allowed to try an experimental drug after the Problem Solvers got involved has died from his brain tumor.  Elijah Gonzalez passed away Jan. 19 in his fathers’ arms with his mother and baby brother by his side. Elijah would have turned 2 years old on Friday, Jan. 25. FOX31 featured Elijah’s story in mid-December after his parents Cesar and Lee Gonzalez went public with their efforts to allow their son to try an […]

  • Kick earns Denver cop 60 day suspension: Problem Solvers Investigation

    DENVER — A Denver police officer may have never touched the suspect he was chasing but he’s still serving a 60-day suspension for using  inappropriate force and then misleading superiors about it. Officer David Briggs was helping a fellow officer chase a suspect who had refused commands to be searched at the RTD Light Rail Station at West 14th Avenue and Federal Boulevard in the early hours of May 1. As Briggs was chasing the suspect, the man hopped a […]

  • Aurora dog euthanized after judge reverses decision

    AURORA, Colo. — A dog that was ordered euthanized after a judge reversed his decision was put down Wednesday at the Aurora Animal Shelter. “Blu” was a 3-year-old American bulldog/American Staffordshire Terrier/Boxer mix. The dog had been held at the Aurora Animal Shelter since Dec. 13. On Jan. 4, a judge ordered the dog be released to his owner, Tracey Prim. As part of the judge’s order, Prim was to put a muzzle on her dog when she arrived to […]

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