Tammy Vigil was born in the teeny, tiny Southern Colorado town of La Jara. But her parents raised her in Westminster—along with two young sisters. She is a proud graduate of Westminster High School. She joined FOX 31 News from KGUN-TV (ABC) in Tucson, AZ where she worked as weekend anchor and reporter. She also worked as a morning anchor/reporter at KRDO-TV (ABC) in Colorado Springs; as a reporter for KFSM-TV (CBS) in Ft. Smith, AR and KJCT-TV (ABC) in Grand Junction, CO. She has earned state and national accolades for her reporting.

Before working in television news, Tammy worked in newspaper for four years as a reporter, then, news editor at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) Mirror in Greeley, CO. Tammy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication with a minor in Political Science from UNC. She graduated with honors.

On her hidden talents… “I’ve become quite skilled at flawlessly applying my makeup while in the news van, barreling down the road, over speed bumps and pot holes. Some people poke their eye out doing this!”

Email Tammy at Tammy.Vigil@KDVR.com


Recent Articles
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    DENVER — A Denver man is incensed and confused about racial hatred that came to his front door. The man noticed racist graffiti scribbled on the door to his Cherry Creek North condominium on Sunday night. Miles, who did not want to use his last name, has lived at the condo for years with no problem. “I saw scribbling,” Miles said, adding he didn’t notice the N-word at first glance. The words from a brown marker blend in with the brown […]

  • Fire brings 2 competing summer camps together in support

    ELBERT, Colo. — A fire that destroyed a lodge at a Jewish summer camp early Monday morning near Deckers should have extinguished the fun for dozens of kids. But a competing summer camp extended its hand of friendship and let the kids finish their camp experience 80 miles away in Elbert. “As camp directors, we give the kids tools to think about their Jewish identity and build their connection to Judaism,” said Rabbi Eliav Bock with Camp Ramah in the […]

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  • Woman arrested in hit-and-run denies involvement in crash that hurt boy

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