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Shaul Turner has covered everything from politics to celebrity news, joining FOX31 News in Denver from WXIA-TV (NBC) in Atlanta, GA where she was a weekday news anchor and franchise reporter. Shaul was previously the evening weekday anchor at WEYI-TV (NBC) in Flint-Saginaw, MI., host/ general assignment reporter at WLNS-TV (CBS) in Lansing, MI., and a writer and press associate for the U. S. Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C.

Shaul earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University.

Shaul is the recipient of two Emmy nominations, the CABJ “Journalist Of The Year Award”, the “Excellence in Journalism Award” presented by the Colorado-Wyoming Donor Awareness Council for her work in raising awareness of organ donation, the “YWCA Women Of Achievement Award” and the AALI Unsung Hero Award.

As part of her ongoing community commitment, Shaul is passionate about causes that benefit area youth and works with the Big Idea Project, launched FOX31’s “Reading Is Cool” event and coordinated a FOX31 Faces Of Hunger Summer Campaign in conjunction with the Food Bank Of the Rockies.

Shaul served as a host of the Dumb Friends League Pledges For Pets Telethon for more than five years and supports other animal programs in memory of her adopted dog Sybil and horse Sierra-Shambala. As well, Shaul hosted and covered Denver Polo Club breast cancer awareness events and served as an Evergreen Rodeo Queen judge and Honorary Rodeo Queen of the “Bill Pickett National Invitational Rodeo” to benefit scholarship programs.

You can email Shaul at Shaul.Turner@KDVR.com

Recent Articles
  • Tips help renters know their rights when they encounter problems

    DENVER — Renters can lease a new home then discover uncomfortable conditions they want their landlord to address. Some are successful, others have a real fight on their hands. Legal experts say that’s the time to review your lease and be well aware of your rights as a tenant. Stephanie contacted the FOX31 Problem Solvers after her bathroom ceiling fell in, exposing mold. “There’s mold in this corner that’s now turned pink and yellow.” The building’s landlord said the ceiling […]

  • Beware of summertime sports and entertainment ticket scams

    DENVER — It’s only June and special event ticket scammers are already targeting many people through social media news feeds. A Denver metro area mom told the FOX31 Problem Solvers she found a great deal on Facebook: Four Broncos tickets for $99. The purchased tickets were supposed to arrive within 14 days but she says a man who answered a contact phone number said they would now arrive in late August. The page’s messaging function has since been shut down. “It is very sad, […]

  • Avoid suspicious cables after high winds

    DENVER — Colorado’s weather can change on a dime. Microbursts and wind storms leave plenty to clean up, but downed power lines can be the most dangerous. Many different types of cables are often assembled together, making it difficult to discern which ones are deadly. Safety experts warn that any downed cable or line should be avoided and immediately reported to authorities. When Mark Hutchinson saw a black cable hanging down from the trees in his father’s yard it frightened […]

  • Mistaken identity case puts Arvada man’s loan at risk

    ARVADA, Colo. — A case of mistaken identity can derail your plans to buy or renovate a home. Making things right can take time and money you may not have. Ray Hernandez’s loan process was going well, until he was told he had a lien on his credit report, placed by an HOA on a house he’s never even visited.  He tells the FOX31 Problem Solvers, “I was stumped,  how could this happen I’ve never lived anywhere but here since […]

  • Crews checking reports of strange potholes in Adams County

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — Road crews across the metro area are still trying to repair many potholes left behind by the winter season. Potholes develop when the pavement expands and contracts due to changes in temperature along with wear and tear. Drivers play an important role in getting potholes fixed as soon as possible before they can cause extensive damage to vehicles. Adams County resident David Moore contacted the FOX31 Problem Solvers about various potholes along Hayesmount Road near 152nd […]

  • Woman’s backpack returned to wrong customer at discount store

    DENVER — Many stores now require backpacks to be checked in a secure area to cut down on shoplifting. Doing that is usually just fine, but if there is a mix-up you may never see your belongings again. Sixty-four year old Mary Burks took the bus to the Family Dollar store on Sheridan Boulevard in Denver to save money. She tells the FOX31 Problem Solvers after she completed her purchase, she went to retrieve her bag, but the attendant said it […]

  • Brighton apartment residents say they went 2 weeks without hot water

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — Apartment repairs are inevitable, but experts say when they take too long to be completed, residents can use their combined voices to apply pressure and get results. After putting in 12 hours on the job, Kelly, a single mother of three and Army veteran, got tired of boiling water in order to take a hot bath. “I can rough it a little bit but I’m in my own home that I pay rent for. Why would I […]

  • Know your rights as a tenant

    DENVER — Household trash, rotten food, dirty mattresses – no one wants to see all of that in their parking lot Colorado has laws that protect renters and landlords must follow them. Krista contacted FOX31 about the mess at her Westminster complex, “I’m disgusted and wondering why I’m paying what I pay to live there.” FOX31 found trash, junk, and rotten food. Krista says there was more, “basically like a maggot infestation.” Tenant law expert Jacob Eppler tells the FOX31 […]

  • Local tree service takes care of danger after massive tree falls on home

    DENVER — Colorado’s dry weather combined with high winds create a dangerous equation when it comes to many trees in the metro area. The FOX31 Problem Solvers answered a call from Ray and Beverly Gonzalez, who are both battling cancer. The last thing they needed was for a 30-foot tall tree to fall on their roof. Beverly Gonzalez says the tree didn’t make a sound when it fell, now they avoid their living room altogether. “I usually sit right here, […]

  • Aggressive driving increases during summer; how to avoid drama on roads

    DENVER — The temperature is getting hotter and so are tempers on the road. The Coloroado State Patrol tells the FOX31 Problem Solvers they see an increase in aggressive driving complaints during the summer months due to more tourists on the roads. Road ragers don’t’ seem to care who they target, including the police. Trooper Gary Cutler says, “People come up going way too fast, get on my bumper, I just move it over and let them go by and […]

  • Payment delays a reality for some festival jobs

    DENVER — A job at a festival or outdoor event is considered to be a great way to earn extra cash while having fun, but in some cases, getting that paycheck may involve more patience than you bargained for. Many organizations and sponsors are commonly involved with the same event, making for a slow accounting process. The FOX31 Problem Solvers talked to one worker who says she is waiting to be paid more than a thousand dollars after working for […]

  • Protect cars from sports mishaps with the right insurance coverage

    DENVER — It’s beautiful outside and time to enjoy things like golf, soccer and baseball, but when the ball leaves the field or the green and ends up in your windshield things can get expensive. Insurance experts say now is the time to review your auto and home policies to make sure you have the right coverage. The FOX31 Problem Solvers learned most golf courses clearly warn golfers that they have an individual responsibility for any damage caused by balls […]