Carly Moore is a web producer for and

She is a recent graduate from the University of Denver with a BA in Journalism.

Carly started as a news reporter intern and joined the web team in December 2014.

Recent Articles
  • Pregnant CNN anchor is OK after passing out during live broadcast

    A CNN news anchor passed out during a live broadcast on Monday morning, causing concern for viewers. Poppy Harlow was reporting on terrorism and U.S. foreign policy when she began to stutter then slur her words. All of a sudden there was only silence on the air; the national broadcast to briefly cut out and went to a break. After the short break, Harlow got back on air and calmly explained that the hot TV studio lights caused her to […]

  • Family displaced after attic fire in Denver home

    DENVER —  Denver Fire crews reported a house fire that broke out around 6 a.m. The fire broke out at the home near I-70 in the 4000 block of St. Paul. Crews reportedly had the fire under control but the family is now displaced. @RedCrossDenver en route to a house fire on the 4000 block of St. Paul St where two adults and two children have been displaced. — Red Cross Denver (@RedCrossDenver) December 28, 2015 The fire allegedly started in […]

  • Bank Robbery at Wells Fargo under investigation

    DENVER — An armed robbery at a local Wells Fargo was reported on Monday morning. The incident reportedly happened at 8900 East Hampden Avenue at the bank before 3 a.m. Authorities were looking for two armed suspects. Anyone with information was asked to call police. This is a developing story, refresh for details.         

  • Christmas brings snow to Colorado but warmth to the East

    DENVER —  Everyone is dreaming of “White Christmas” especially in Colorado. This year we got just that. FOX31 Denver’s Meteorologist reported that total accumulation could be between 2″-4″ across the Front Range. But…what is considered a “White Christmas?” Does there have to be snow on the ground, snow falling, or both? Take the poll below to give your opinion: FOX31’s Drew Englebart set out to find an answer in the report above. Warmth to East — and not just from […]

  • Thornton Police: Man being sought for possible sexual assault of a young girl

    THORNTON, Colo. — Thornton Police Officers were looking for a man who reportedly attempted to sexually assault a child on Wednesday. The incident happened at approximately 7 p.m. in the 700 block of West 84th Avenue while three females were leaving a dance class at Urban Acrobatics, according to a preliminary investigation. Officers responded and found two juvenile girls and a adult woman who said they were walking to their car near the location. A girl and her friend got in the […]

  • Aurora family of 5 displaced after fire burns their home to the ground

    AURORA, Colo. — A family of five was without a home after a fire burned their house to the ground on Wednesday. The fire happened just before 8 a.m. at the mobile home at 16431 East Colfax Avenue. The father and mother who live in the trailer don’t speak English, but we communicated with them through a niece who lives nearby. Neighbors in this mobile home park say they are trying to do whatever they can to help out, but […]

  • Broncos: Osweiler to start game against the Bengals, Manning in rehab

    DENVER — Broncos officials confirmed on Wednesday morning that Brock Osweiler will remain the team’s starting Quarterback against Bengals on Monday. Peyton Manning continues rehab and won’t be active during this game, the team also confirmed.    The team’s all-star quarterback was reportedly not healthy enough to play. The Raiders defeated the Broncos last week, with a surprising second half comeback winning the game 15-12. The Broncos record for this season was 10-4 leading up to Monday’s game, which will be played […]

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    Arvada Police: Officials searching for alleged 7-Eleven armed robber

    ARVADA, Colo. — Arvada Police were looking for a suspect that allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven on Wednesday morning. The store was located at West 58th Avenue and Wadsworth Blvd., according to Arvada officials. The suspect reportedly had a gun then left the area. Jefferson County K-9 units were helping search the area for a possible suspect. There were no other details released about the suspect.

  • Crews repairing water main break south of DU could affect your commute

    DENVER — Denver water crews were working to fix a water main break early Wednesday morning. The water main break just south of the University Denver near East Cornell Avenue and South Gilpin Street. Officials reported that two homes were without water due to the break. Crews said repairs were going to take a few hours. The cause of the break was not known by officials.

  • Aurora officer pursues stolen vehicle, shots fired killing suspect

    AURORA, Colo. — In pursuit of a stolen car, two Aurora Police officers shoot and kill the suspect late Monday night. It started when Aurora Police were alerted to a stolen silver Jeep Cherokee on East Colfax Avenue around 8:46 p.m. that had eluded police officers several times in the past week, fleeing from officers during traffic stops. Aurora Police said previous encounters with the suspect vehicle all involved the driver apparently baiting officers into pursuit by slowing down to […]

  • Man with Alzheimer’s, needs oxygen was reported missing

    FALCON, Colo.  — El Paso County police were searching for an at-risk senior who went missing on Monday morning. Samuel August Leffler, age 76, has Alzheimer’s and Diabetes. He requires medication and needs oxygen machine. He was last seen in the Falcon area and because of his condition he can get confused and lost very easily. Police said he could be driving a 2002 beige Dodge passenger van with Colorado License Plate 278-GBZ. The van reportedly has a dent on […]

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    Death investigation of man found dead in Boulder County home

    BOULDER, Colo. –  Officials conducting death investigation in Boulder County after a man was found dead in a home on Monday night. At approximately 11:40 p.m. multiple agencies responded to a house in the 100 block of Old Post Office Road after a report of an unresponsive man, according to the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office. Upon arrival, officials determined the 59-year-old man was deceased. Coroners and detectives were investigating the incident.  But so far, no foul play was suspected, officials reported. The Boulder […]

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