Jason Gruenauer, Denver7 News

Jason Gruenauer

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Past articles by Jason:

The green Avs logo that never was: How a faulty printer could be to thank for the classic burgundy-and-blue

Burgundy and forest green? How a shoddy 1995 color printer played a role in the origin story of the Colorado Avalanche's "steady, ownable" look → Read More

How blink-182's "All the Small Things" became an Avalanche tradition

The Colorado Avalanche crowd at Ball Arena might be unmatched across the league in terms of how loud it gets – but nothing quite gets them going like a singalong to a certain 1999 hit song. → Read More

‘My wife has to carry me upstairs’: Nonprofits team up to renovate local veteran's home

Thanks to local and national nonprofits, life for a local veteran and his wife is about to get a lot easier. → Read More

Denver7 Gives, community members help engaged couple with wedding items lost to Marshall Fire

Jamie Laughner and Max Petersen were planning the best day of their lives when their worst day happened. → Read More

Mayor Murdoch: The other mayor of Littleton

Only a few days into his term as mayor, the first time the voters directly elected a mayor in Littleton, Mayor Kyle Schlachter learned that he wouldn't be the only one in the city with that title. → Read More

No spoken words necessary: The Deaf Santa brings Christmas joy

This deaf Santa Claus in Littleton is bring holiday cheer to all, including children who cannot hear. → Read More

Longmont photographer wins big with ‘Ninja Prairie Dog’ pic

Art Trevino takes wildlife photography seriously. But a recent one-in-a-million photo took the seriousness out of his hobby. → Read More

Meet the oldest softball team in Colorado — and the nation

On the softball diamond, experience can be a valuable asset, and there’s no lack of that for the Colorado Peaches. → Read More

Cold No More: How genetic genealogy is helping solve Colorado’s cold cases

Denver7 examines multiple cases, detailing how law enforcement and prosecutors used the technology known as genetic genealogy to help solve cold case murders in Colorado. → Read More

A family bonded through bookbinding: Denver company fixing books for 75 years

The Denver Bookbinding Company has something in common with the books they work on every day: They’ve both been around awhile. → Read More

Burger-nomics: A look at Colorado's booming burger market, and what's behind it

So Denver7 is taking a 360 look at the burger business in Colorado, the impact it’s having, the dollars and cents behind it, and the multiple perspectives out there on grilled beef. → Read More

How a Colorado pastor fell in love with pole dancing — and overcame the stigma, too

It’s a common religious teaching to not judge others. What isn't found in the Bible, or any other religious text, is anything to do with pole dancing. → Read More

"Take what you need": Refrigerators start popping up in Denver

As the pandemic ravaged almost every single part of society, it’s also highlighted and expanded a need in our community; food insecurity. One volunteer-based project is looking to address that need in the short term through community fridges. → Read More

After 11 month search for family members, lost scrapbook returned to family

Contact Denver7 is about alerting the community to issues and trying to get problems resolved. In the best instances, that can happen in a matter of hours. In the case of a lost family heirloom, it took eleven months, and 8,000 miles, to be reconnected with its rightful owners → Read More

'The Portrait:' A son, a song and a story

When a Colorado singer was looking for inspiration for his next big song, he didn’t have to look far for a subject. In fact, he didn’t have to look any further than a piece of art hanging on his living room wall. → Read More

Grand Junction startup pushing new limits on drone photography

There is just something inherently cool about seeing shots that could only be possible via drone. → Read More

Concerned over crime, Sunnyside resident proposes neighborhood watch

A perceived uptick in crime in one Denver neighborhood prompted a resident to float the idea of forming a neighborhood watch group to combat harassment and porch piracy. → Read More

Colorado Purple Heart veteran’s widow in need of construction help

Bonnie Lake refers to her home as a "construction site" after her husband, a Vietnam veteran, passed away, leaving multiple home improvement projects unfinished. She is in need of help, and Denver7 Gives wants to assist. → Read More

Denver tent company helping restaurants rebound

One local company that is doing well during the pandemic has decided to do good as well. Denver Tent is now raising money to help area restaurants buy custom tents at a discounted rate. → Read More

New biography chronicles John Elway’s "Relentless Life"

It took author Jason Cole seven years. It seems fitting that the unauthorized biography of John Elway took that long to complete, since it’s the number he wore and made famous in Denver. → Read More