Former KUSA Anchor Sues, Alleging Discrimination During Stroke Recovery

KUSA Denver Names Jesse Ogas Executive Director Of Social Responsibility & Community Affairs

The Tegna NBC affiliate taps Ogas to play a strategic role in supporting and championing diversity, equity and inclusion.

KUSA Denver Names Erica Tinsley Assistant News Director

Tegna-owned NBC affiliate KUSA Denver promoted Erica Tinsley to assistant news director, effective immediately. In this role, Tinsley will be part of the newsroom leadership team, and oversee daily broadcast and digital news coverage, newscast production and special programming. A seasoned producer and journalist, Tinsley joined KUSA five years ago as a content producer and […]

WXIN’s Kelly Reinke Moving To KUSA

Three More Denver TV Personalities Leave Stations

Longtime Denver Forcaster Ed Greene Returns To KUSA As Station Looks For Full-Time Meteorologist

KUSA Meteorologist Becky Ditchfield Leaves After 13 Years

KUSA Security Guard Charged In Protest Shooting Leaves Jail

DENVER (AP) — A television station security guard charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of a demonstrator following opposing rallies was released from jail on Tuesday. Matthew Dolloff left jail after a bail bonds agent posted a surety bond to release him, sheriff’s department spokesperson Daria Serna said. Such bonds typically require the person […]

No Reduced Bond For KUSA Guard Charged With Murder

DENVER (AP) — A judge has declined to lower bond for a television station security guard charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of a pro-police demonstrator following opposing protests this month in downtown Denver. Denver District Judge John Madden ruled Wednesday that photographs of the confrontation do not support 30-year-old Matthew Dolloff’s argument that […]

KUSA Security Guard Charged With Second-Degree Murder Of Protester

Security Guard Hired To Protect KUSA News Crew Accused Of Killing Protester

Former KUSA Weatherman Marty Coniglio Writes About His Firing


TVN Newsroom Innovators | KUSA Takes Investigative To New Lengths

The 9 Wants to Know investigative team at Tegna-owned KUSA in Denver brings elasticity to local investigative reporting, experimenting with longer pieces, powerfully contextual graphics and unconventional cameras. But passionate reporters and a deft team leader are the real drivers behind its innovation.

KUSA Reporter Threatened By Neo-Nazis

After investigative reporter Jeremy Jojola’s recent story on hate groups, an organization known as the Proud Boys posted angry tweets, including: “You are the enemy of the American people we will bring this to your home your work your child’s school. The way antifa does to us. The fury of America is upon you and your communist friends.”


Storytelling Tips From A Murrow Winner

The 2019 Large Market Television winner for Excellence in Video is a uniquely creative piece of journalism telling the story of a community, its history and its future through the eyes and voices of those who’ve known it longest and best. We asked KUSA DenverDMA’s Corky Scholl to tell us more about the Murrow-winning “Five Points.”


Is It Time For You To Find A News Partner?

Two TV newsrooms in Denver prove that collaboration doesn’t have to be rocky.


FCC Votes to Approve La Plata Market Mod

The FCC commissioners signaled Wednesday (June 12) that they have voted in favor of a proposal to modify the satellite markets of KDVR, KCNC, KMGH and KUSA, all Denver, to include a so-called orphan county in Colorado that had been receiving out-of-state TV station signals from Dish Network and DirecTV due to the way the Nielsen market was drawn up.


Pregnant KUSA Meteorologist Fights Back Against Body Haters


KUSA News An Example Of Risk With Reward

Hey boss, got a second? I’ve got a great idea. Let’s take our 6 p.m. news — yes, I know it’s No. 1 in the market — and blow it up. Let’s get rid of murders, fires and car crashes unless they’re really bad. Let’s pare back the set and most of the graphics. That was pretty much the pitch KUSA Denver anchor Kyle Clark, made to Tegna President Dave Lougee and other corporate executives in 2015. Obviously, Lougee said yes, or you wouldn’t be reading this.


KUSI Devoted 3 Years To One Investigation

KUSA Denver Investigative Reporter Chris Vanderveen says when people spot him in public they call him “the medical bill guy” because he has done so many stories about the outrageous bills that hospitals send to patients. The Tegna-owned NBC affiliate has produced 36 in-depth stories and two hours of primetime specials about medical billing and is not letting up.


KUSA’s Christine Noel Leaving After 5 Years

DMAS 17 & 22

Tegna Appoints GMs In Portland, Denver

The station group names Steve Carter president-GM of KGW Portland, while  Mark Cornetta adds to his corporate role to lead KUSA Denver.


Denver’s KUSA Names Blair Nelson Marketing Dir.

Trading in cowboys boots for ski boots, Blair Nelson is making the move from Tegna’s WFAA in Dallas to Denver to head up marketing for KUSA. Prior to joining WFAA, she served in senior account management roles at several advertising agencies, leading campaigns for Chevrolet and MillerCoors.


KUSA Anchor TaRhonda Thomas Leaving

DMAS 15 & 17

Anchor Kylie Bearse Leaves WCCO For KUSA

DMA 17

Top 20 Market Social Media Report: Denver

Tegna NBC Affilis Tops In Olympics Ratings


KUSA News Campaign Authentic In Every Way

DMAS 21 & 17

Jennifer Meckles Leaving KSDK For KUSA

DMAS 17 & 2

KUSA’s Belen De Leon Leaves For KNBC

DMA 17

Denver Sweeps: Double-Digit Drop In News Viewing

DMA 17

Anchor Tom Green Joining KUSA Denver

DMA 17

Top 20 Market Social Media Report: Denver


Tech, Ingenuity Help Stations Weather Harvey

The effort of covering the historic storm fully tested Houston stations’ technological and logistical prowess and planning, while straining their human resources. With power and cable outages prevalent, the broadcasters also streamed their coverage continuously over Facebook Live so that folks with a charged smartphone could watch, too. Above, KHOU broadcast news temporarily from the facilities of noncommercial KUHT.


KUSA Anchor, Frontier Airlines Trade Barbs


KCNC Sits Atop Social In The Mile High City

CBS O&O KCNC Denver has just over 9 million actions on social, 27% of the market’s 34 million total actions in that same period,according to data from audience insight firm Shareablee. Why? Tim Weiland, KCNC’s news director, lays the credit for KCNC’s winning performance on Facebook to an increased strategic emphasis on how it uses Facebook Live. In particular, Weiland points to the station’s mobile weather lab that is used to chase storms all over Colorado.

DMA 17

Denver News Battles Amid Digital Revolution

These days, staying competitive means more than just refreshing the faces reading the news. That has forced not only television stations but all news media to experiment with digital formats and other types of engagement as viewers — particularly younger ones — melt away from traditional delivery methods and turn toward mobile and online consumption.


Kim Christiansen To Anchor KUSA At 10 P.M.


KUSA Best In Large Market For News Photography

DMA 17

Denver Sweep: KUSA Wins, KDVR New No. 2