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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
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    BOULDER, Colo. — A woman was awoken to a man touching her outside of her underwear early Friday morning, the Boulder Police Department said. The woman was sleeping in her bed at home in the 1800 block of 22nd Street in the Goss Grove neighborhood when she awoke about 2:40 a.m. to the man touching her, police said. The woman’s boyfriend, who was sleeping in the bed next to her, woke up and chased the man out of the house. […]

  • Things to consider before accepting quick-cash home offers

    DENVER — Denver’s housing market may fluctuate, but experts say that with approximately 8,000 homes currently for sale, many are looking to profit by offering fast cash to some homeowners. Some offers come by mail, others through text messages and phone calls. Real estate expert Luca Baud of Madison & Company Properties told the FOX31 Problem Solvers that sellers are experiencing unprecedented competition. He said some businesses approach homeowners in hopes of flipping property fast and advises homeowners to “consult with your real […]

  • Rescued chihuahuas need loving homes

    DENVER — More than 60 chihuahuas were discovered living in filth in New Mexico after their owner died. The little dogs will arrive in Denver next week. Some have been placed in foster care but 35 need loving homes. The Animal Rescue of the Rockies organization will bring the dogs to Denver on Thursday, November 15. At that time they will be available for fostering and adoption. Ruth Stabile fosters dogs that have been dealt a cruel hand in life. […]

  • Adams County sergeant calls Colorado voters ‘stupid’ after sheriff loses re-election

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — There were harsh insults unleashed by the man who represents the defeated Adams County Sheriff about the man who will soon take over that office. Current Sheriff Mike McIntosh, a Republican, is out and his Democratic challenger Rick Reigenborn is in. That clearly didn’t sit well with department spokesman Jim Morgen, who posted angry, profanity laced comments on a friend’s Facebook page saying voters who chose Reigenborn are “stupid.” “I’m so disgusted with Colorado and specifically […]

  • Colorado veteran charged nearly $10,000 by dating service

    DENVER — Vietnam War Veteran Wesley James Nelson says he didn’t want to be alone, so he turned to an agency called Mile High Singles to find love. The company is run by Sheryl McDowell. Nelson says, “she called herself the Love Doctor and I’d have a personal concierge to take care of me as if I would be in a five-star resort. I’d be meeting really classy ladies.” Nelson showed his bill, which featured a program fee of $8,995 […]

  • Problem Solvers: How to plan a hassle-free trip as holidays approach

    DENVER — Travel experts say now is the time to start booking holiday travel if you want the best deals. Travel websites help you find flights fast, but an Englewood teacher says there’s a warning you need  to heed before jumping online. Chelsi Price saved and planned for months for her trip to several parts of South America last July. While she was there, she decided to change one leg of her flight, which she booked through an online site. […]

  • Avoid art scams: Man pays $1,000 for worthless Warhol print

    DENVER — These days you can find everything from original paintings to reproductions of works by the great Masters online, but art experts warn that what may look like a Picasso could be worth about as much as a paint by numbers picture at some commercial art auctions. Nic Brooks tells FOX31 he paid $1,000 for what he thought was a valuable Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe print at an art sale. He says the print even came with authenticity papers, […]

  • Englewood senior loses home after living for free for decades

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — An inviting, cozy home on a wooded Englewood street has embraced four generations of Barbara Hall’s family, but now they must leave. “It seems like everything has been taken away,” Hall said.  Hall had been living in the home rent-free for most of her time there. She says she had an arrangement with the owners, who were close friends, but they have since passed away. Now, the house belongs to their family members and must be sold […]

  • Teens start movement for healthy use of social media

    Teens in Colorado are nearly twice as likely to take their own lives compared to the rest of the country. Social media can be linked to depression and bullying. A group of Colorado teens says “enough is enough” so they’ve launched a campaign to get everyone on board with just “being present”. Heritage High School students Cason Kurowski, Chloe Schilling and Joe Roberts started the Offline October Challenge after becoming fed up with the negative effects of excessive social media […]

  • Parking hassles expand in downtown Denver

    DENVER — Denver’s expanding skyline is creating some growing pains. Available parking downtown and in some suburban areas can be sparse. Many people are getting around using scooters and bikes, but if you need to take your car, avoiding a parking nightmare involves a little planning. Uber driver Trevor Darling says it can be difficult to find parking even for a few minutes to deliver food to customers. “It’s packed,” he said. “It’s clustered. It makes me feel ‘cluster-phobic’ when […]

  • 2 recent shootings in Lodo party district isolated incidents, police say

    DENVER — Denver Police are investigating two shootings in one of the city’s most popular destinations. Gunshots were heard just before 2 a.m. Friday near Market and 14th streets in lower downtown. One person was killed and another injured. A triple shooting took place at Market and 16th streets on September 16. Police have not yet released details concerning any suspects but ask that anyone with information contact the Crimestoppers line at 720-913-STOP (7867). DPD Division Chief Ron Thomas tells the FOX31 […]

  • Driver critically injures student in crosswalk outside Aurora school

    AURORA, Colo. — It only took a few steps onto the crosswalk at Ceylon and Dunkirk streets in Aurora for 10-year-old Side Creek Elementary School student Brendan Howarth to be in harm’s way. A speeding driver struck him Tuesday morning, leaving him critically injured. His father Shane Howarth said he heard the sirens from home, but didn’t realize his son had been hurt. Howarth was notified by school officials and later arrived at Children’s Hospital Colorado where he found his child in […]