Drew Engelbart, FOX 31 Denver

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FOX 31 Denver

Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Drew:

New mask guidelines issued in Colorado ahead of 4th of July

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued new guidelines for mask-wearing on Thursday. → Read More

Colorado has grown again; See how our state stacks up in brand new Census data

Colorado gained an 8th Congressional District. The new data shows the state added nearly 745,000 new residents since 2010, a 14.8% increase. → Read More

Aurora bans no-knock warrants, proposed after death of Breonna Taylor

In an unprecedented move in Colorado, the Aurora City Council has voted to ban no-knock warrants. → Read More

Changing Course: The debate over school resource officers

School resource officers are being phased out in Denver Public Schools, while other districts around the state say they're an important part of the schools. → Read More

Vote: What is your favorite Super Bowl LIV commercial?

DENVER-- It will undoubtedly be the most watched television show of 2020 with a viewership in the neighborhood of about 100 million. But it’s not always about the big game, many people tune in for the halftime show performance and the commercials. So vote, tell us your favorite Super Bowl LIV commercial! → Read More

Doors Open Denver: Get a tour of the city’s most unique architecture for free this weekend

DENVER-- This weekend you will be able to check out some of Denver's most unique architecture for free. The event is called "Doors Open Denver" and it's sponsored by the Denver Architecture Foundation. On Wednesday morning, we got a behind-the-scenes look at the Governor's Residence at the Boettcher Mansion. → Read More

Broncos kick off 2019 season on Monday Night Football showdown against the Raiders

DENVER-- The Denver Broncos kick off the 2019 season on Monday night against the Oakland Raiders. Former Broncos quarterback Brian Griese will be on the call. Griese was drafted by the Broncos in 1998 and had the big shoes of John Elway to try and fill. He became the starting quarterback for the Broncos from 1999-2002 and made the Pro Bowl one season. → Read More

Conquering Colorado 14ers, safety tips from the pros for beginners

Conquering a 14er has become a right of passage or hobby for many here in Colorado. But for the first-timers, or even experienced hikers, it can be dangerous. Last year was a relatively safe year for climbing 14ers here in Colorado, with only four deaths on our state’s peaks. But in years past, we’ve seen that number climb to double digits. → Read More

Traffic, parking headaches expected Saturday for Garth Brooks concert

DENVER -- More than 80,000 people are expected to attend the Garth Brooks concert at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Saturday, creating major impacts on parking and traffic. The concert is the largest ticketed even in the stadium's history. → Read More

Evergreen students dubbed the ‘Green Team Superheroes’ receive presidential award

EVERGREEN, Colo. -- A group of elementary school students are being called the "Green Team Superheroes" and President Donald Trump has taken notice. The superheroes have capes and they come in the form of 13 fourth- and fifth-graders at Wilmont Elementary School in Evergreen. → Read More

Video shows substitute teacher, student in confrontation at Denver middle school

DENVER -- A substitute teacher was involved in a fight with a student inside a Denver middle school that was caught on camera. The video was taken from inside a seventh-grade classroom at Hamilton Middle School in southeast Denver on Wednesday where a student is seen on the ground. → Read More

Colorado Trail Explorer app puts thousands of trails in pockets

DENVER -- Summer is right around the corner and that means hiking and camping season. Colorado trails can be put in your pocket your pocket with the new Colorado Trail Explorer app from Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Colorado is the first state to develop anything like it. → Read More

‘If you feel different, you drive different:’ New campaign aims to prevent drugged driving

DENVER -- The iconic national campaigns “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk” and “Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving” are no more. The Ad Council has a brand new campaign “If You Feel Different, You Drive Different”, hoping we change the way we perceive impaired driving. → Read More

There’s an app that will pay kids to do chores and help them invest in real stock

DENVER -- Teaching kids about money and getting them off their phones is not always easy. But some Colorado parents have discovered a new way to turn the screen time into chores - and it pays them to do it and helps them invest in real stock. The app is called BusyKid 2.0 and gives kids the chance to practice earning a paycheck, investing in stocks, donating and shopping on a budget. → Read More

What will the Broncos do with the 10th pick in the NFL Draft? Fans sound off in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The NFL Draft kicks off in Nashville this weekend as Music City becomes Draft City, and the Denver Broncos have an opportunity to take a big name player with the 10th overall pick in the first round on Thursday night. → Read More

High school sports officials shortage in Colorado: Low pay, fan behavior driving refs away

DENVER -- It’s become a major issue across the country, and Colorado is not immune. A shortage of high school officials, that sometimes forces cancellations of games. Officials across the country are hanging up their whistles due to low pay, poor fan behavior or career changes. → Read More

Connecting with nature can help kids have better behavior and social skills

DENVER -- On Earth Day, it's a good day for parents to remind their children to think about ways their actions can impact the earth. But with so many distractions such as tablets, smart phones and video games it can be hard for parents to get their children outside. → Read More

Measles are on pace to set a record for the most illness in 25 years

NEW YORK -- U.S. measles cases have surged again, and are on pace to set a record for most illnesses in 25 years. Health officials on Monday said 555 measles cases have been confirmed so far this year, up from 465 as of a week ago. → Read More

Grandparents scams on the rise: Nearly $42 million stolen by scammers in 15 month span

DENVER -- Thieves are continuing to take advantage of grandparents around the country - especially in Colorado. The scammers call and pose as a grandchild or family member who’s in trouble and needs cash. The scammers then ask the grandparents to immediately transfer money. → Read More

Colorado woman survives 21 days on ‘Naked and Afraid’

Could survive 21 days in the wilderness with absolutely nothing to start? One Colorado woman did just that in Mozambique on Discovery Channel’s hit show “Naked and Afraid.” Brooke Wright is an avid hunter and conservationist in Colorado. For more about Brooke’s story you can watch this video produced by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. → Read More