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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
  • One rescued from fire at apartment building near University of Denver

    DENVER — Crews with the Denver Fire Department battled a fire at an apartment building near the University of Denver campus Thursday night. The building is located in the 2400 block of South Vine Street, which is six blocks west of the intersection of University Boulevard and East Harvard Avenue. According to a DFD spokesperson, at least one person was rescued from the fire. They were taken to Denver Health Medical Center. It took 40 firefighters about 30 minutes to […]

  • Controversy of Gillette ad continues to pick up steam

    DENVER — A razor advertisement using the “Me Too” movement as inspiration continues to go viral on social media. Gillette’s new ad campaign encourages men to serve as an example to their kids. It encourages men to keep boys from becoming bullies and to teach them to respect women. Many applaud the effort, like Francesca Purner. “I think calling out anybody to be a better person and step up more is never a bad thing,” said Purner. However, some men […]

  • Possible tuberculosis exposure being investigated at Aurora Hills Middle School

    AURORA, Colo. — Officials are investigating a potential tuberculosis exposure at a middle school in Aurora, it was announced on Wednesday. Denver Public Health is investigating the possible exposure at Aurora Hills Middle School. Students and staff at the school who might have been exposed are being contacted and will be tested. Officials are also working to educate students and staff at the school about TB. There is no ongoing risk for TB exposure at the school, according to officials, […]

  • Teens confuse parents by hiding drugs in plain sight

    DENVER — How far would you go to make sure your child hasn’t fallen under the influence of something that could ruin their life? FOX31 Problem Solver Shaul Turner brings us a sobering look at where kids as young as 8-years-old are hiding drugs, right under their parents noses. Research shows that by senior year, half of high school students will have tried an illegal drug. Law enforcement experts say looking for the signs of drug use is the first […]

  • Scammers targeting Colorado’s small businesses

    DENVER — Colorado consistently ranks among the top 10 states for fraud and identity theft, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Small business owners are now becoming popular targets for scammers. Emilio’s Almost Famous Restaurant and Bar at 10081 Wadsworth Parkway in Westminster is known for it’s freshly prepared green chili. The small family-owned business prides itself on using chiles brought in from Pueblo, but crafty thieves were busy cooking up a scheme to rob owner Lynn Isles and her husband, […]

  • Larimer County dogs remain locked up after attack case is dismissed

    JOHNSTON, Colo. — A Larimer County family continues the fight for their two dogs, being held at the Humane Society since they were seized in November. The county says the dogs attacked an animal control officer near Johnstown in November. The case was dismissed but a judge has granted prosecutors time to file new charges.  The dogs remain in custody. The family has already spent nearly 20-thousand dollars in legal fees in their battle to bring Max and Duke home […]

  • Denver City Council approves proposal for mega development to replace Elitch Gardens

    DENVER — Denver’s constantly growing skyline is poised for yet another major change. The River Mile project has gained approval from City Council. The large development would be built on the site Elitch Gardens currently occupies. The massive, 58-acre development by Revesco Properties would create more than 8,000 residences at a time when Denver’s housing needs continue to grow. With more apartments in the market, the price of rent in the city could decrease. Early plans show it could feature […]

  • Brother launches holiday search for missing sister, mother of 3

    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — The holidays mark a difficult time for families who have lost loved ones. The family of a mother of three, missing since March, are launching an effort to raise community awareness of the case, hoping to help investigators find her remains. Rita Gutierrez,-Garcia  age 34, was last seen behind 3’s Bar in Longmont at 2:30 a.m. on March 18. Witnesses say she was talking to Juan Jose Figueroa, Jr.  Longmont Police named Figueroa Jr.  as a […]

  • Student’s graduation threatened by CBD use

    LOVELAND, Colo. — A Loveland student’s dreams of celebrating his high school graduation are hampered by the school district’s decision not to allow him to administer the cannabis oil he needs. Andrew Stinson, 17, wants nothing more than to receive his high school diploma in four months. Getting closer to his goal has been a challenge. After being born with cerebral palsy and having more than fifty surgeries, Andrew experiences constant muscle spasms. He says, “(it is) absolutely terrible, we […]

  • Here’s the right way to start a Neighborhood Watch group

    DENVER — Neighborhood Watch groups allow residents to take back their streets by watching out for one another and keeping a close eye out for criminal activity. Denver Police tell FOX31 crime is down as much as 80 percent in some areas thanks to increased community involvement. Residents interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch group should follow the proper guidelines. Officer Robert Gibbs says residents should first visit the police department’s web page, which features information about how to start […]

  • Denver City Council proposes plan to ease construction headaches

    DENVER — While many Denver residents may have grown accustomed to the city’s huge construction boom, its problems remain: traffic snarls, blocked sidewalks and parking nightmares. Some Denverites say they’ve had enough of the growth’s side effects. City officials are now proposing a plan to address the issues that would take effect in January. The FOX31 Problem Solvers pulled records of complaints made about construction crews in Denver saying many were parking illegally on lawns and in front of fire […]

  • Dozens of complaints filed against Town and Country Pet Center in Loveland

    LOVELAND, Colo. — Town and Country Pet Center on South Cleveland Avenue in Loveland is currently under investigation by the Colorado Agricultural Department for possible Pet Animal Care Facilities Act (PACFA) violations. Unhappy customers have filed dozens of complaints online and with the FOX31 Problem Solvers. “I’ve gone to this pet store since I was a kid,” said Anna Hettinger, who bought a Siberian Husky at Town and Country and says the dog was sick when she bought him. “We took […]