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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.


Recent Articles
  • Viewers seek to donate kidney after Problem Solvers investigation

    DENVER — Linda Woolley lost both of her kidneys due to a medical mistake.  Now FOX31 viewers are stepping up to offer her one of their own. One day after the Problem Solvers shared Woolley’s story of having  both kidneys removed because doctors at the University of Colorado Hospital mistakenly thought she had kidney cancer, strangers are offering to help. “Obviously I love that people are wanting to donate, that`s wonderful,” said Woolley. The 73-year old grandmother is grateful after […]

  • University of Colorado Hospital accused of removing woman’s 2 healthy kidneys

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Imagine if doctors removed both of your kidneys only to later admit you don’t have kidney cancer? 73-year-old Linda Woolley said that’s exactly what happened to her. “I was not real happy,” said the Englewood grandmother, in what might be the understatement of the year. Woolley has to get dialysis treatment three times a week for treatments that last four hours per each visit. “My life was totally changed. Dialysis is no picnic no matter how used […]

  • Man who scammed former co-worker out of $300,000 over 4 years sentenced to 6 years in prison

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — A man who plead guilty to theft was expecting a six month sentence of work release, but was instead surprised by being sentenced to six years at a state prison. Mark Stubbert went into the Adams County Justice Center Nov. 8, where Judge Donald Quick sentenced the Stubbert, 46, to six years at a state prison, the maximum allowed for the one count of theft, which he plead guilty to on Sept. 7. “He looked up at […]

  • Trial set for former Uber driver accused of murder in shooting of passenger

    DENVER — A Denver District Judge has set aside the week of April 1st for the first-degree murder trial of Michael Hancock. The former Uber driver admits shooting and killing his passenger Hyun Soo Kim but maintains it was an act of self-defense. Hancock entered a Not Guilty plea at his arraignment Friday morning. The 30-year old told police his 45-year-old passenger was punching him in the face around 2:45am on June 1st, when he pulled his car over on […]

  • City upholds suspension for detective who accused Hancock of sexual harassment

    DENVER — A Denver police detective who accused Mayor Michael Hancock of sexual harassment lost her appeal of a four-day suspension. The Department of Public Safety originally suspended Det. Leslie Branch-Wise back in June.  She was found to have executed a search warrant on the wrong home, while investigating a theft complaint back in 2017. The discipline letter from the city called it “an egregious home invasion that was clearly avoidable.” Branch-Wise appealed the suspension saying it was overly harsh but this […]

  • Fired Denver deputies file wrongful termination lawsuit

    DENVER — Two former Denver sheriff’s deputies have filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the city of Denver. It’s a Problem Solvers update to a story we first told you about ten days ago. Tim Applegate and Justin Tomsick say they were fired for following orders. The two men were told to make sure a co-worker named Brian Hammond, who was sick with cancer, got an early ride home from work. The lawsuit names the Career Service Authority board of […]

  • Electrocution and missing evidence lead to $16 million verdict

    BOULDER, Colo. — A Broomfield man has won the largest “premises liability” verdict in Colorado history.  A Boulder County jury awarded Brian Warembourg $16 million after the 33-year old was electrocuted on the job in September 2015. Warembourg was installing floors for a house under construction in Berthoud, Colorado when he was electrocuted while trying to flip the circuit breakers, after noticing he wasn’t getting any power from the electrical box. “First thing that went through my head was that […]

  • 2 Denver deputies say they were fired for following orders

    DENVER — Two Denver deputies were fired in August 2017 after they say they were fired for following orders. Now they plan to sue the city for wrongful termination after recently losing their appeal with the Career Service Board. Justin Tomsick and Timothy Applegate were both sergeants on Nov. 22, 2016 when they were asked to take a sick colleague home from the Denver jail and never guessed it would lead to their terminations. “It seems to be common sense was […]

  • Denver officer arrested for assault has long history of accusations

    DENVER — A Denver police officer arrested for second-degree assault has been accused of inappropriate force 21 times in his 28-year career. Sergeant Joseph Rodarte has been suspended without pay after investigators say he beat up a teenager with a metal police baton. The victim suffered a broken nose, a broken leg and needed stitches above one of his eyes. The Aug. 22 incident in the parking lot of Eddie’s Auto Repair Shop near Ruby Park was caught on officers’ body […]

  • Lawsuit alleges cover-up related to Tom Clements assassination

    DENVER — A federal lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court for Colorado says the 2013 assassination of Colorado Prison Chief Tom Clements was a hit job ordered by a white supremacist gang that prosecutors refused to prosecute. The suit was filed by Juan San Agustin, the former chief inspector for the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, who led the department’s investigation into the high-profile murder of Clements. San Agustin’s lawsuit targets El Paso County District Attorney Dan May, El Paso […]

  • 3 Denver police officers cleared in deadly shooting related to escaped inmate from Denver Health

    DENVER — Three Denver police officers have been cleared in a deadly shooting related to the escape of an inmate from Denver Health Medical Center last March. The Denver District Attorney said the officers acted with a reasonable fear that the men inside the car might be about to shoot them. Police thought they were chasing the suspect, 23-year-old Mauricio Venzor-Gonzalez, when they killed someone else. Venzor-Gonzalez escaped from police custody on March 19 after being brought to Denver Health for […]

  • Denver officer who failed to search suspect with gun is among recent disciplines

    DENVER — A Denver police officer failed to notice a loaded gun in a suspect’s waistband. The punishment for Officer Nicholas Gunsauls is a fine worth two days of pay. The incident happened on the night of June 22, outside the Marquis Theater on Larimer Street. Body cam footage obtained by the FOX31 Problem Solvers shows at least three Denver officers arresting a suspect accused of assault. During the search of the male suspect, Officer Gunsauls found a collapsible baton […]