Author: Jeremy Hubbard

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PUEBLO, Colo. — They survived the unthinkable.  US Navy sailors, beaten and starved by the North Koreans when their navy ship was taken captive 50 years ago.... [Read More]
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It's a busy week on Colorado's western slope.  Farmers are busy plucking fruit from the vine.  It's grape harvest season for Colorado's $50 million dollar wine... [Read More]
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It's a busy week on Colorado's Western Slope. Farmers are busy plucking fruit from the vine. It's grape harvest season for Colorado's $50 million wine industry.... [Read More]
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There's something wrong with the stunning panorama at Colorado's largest waterway.  Blue Mesa Reservoir is dehydrating by the day. A four to six inch drop,... [Read More]
There's something wrong with the stunning panorama at Colorado's largest waterway. Blue Mesa Reservoir is dehydrating by the day with a 4- to 6-inch drop... [Read More]
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"You know, it's still heartwrenching." That's how Bill Faragher describes the loss of his sister, 17 years ago.  Kathleen "Kit" Faragher worked in Denver for... [Read More]
"You know, it's still heartwrenching." That's how Bill Faragher describes the loss of his sister, 17 years ago.  Kathleen "Kit" Faragher worked in Denver for... [Read More]
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Imagine your surprise if you logged onto the internet and saw someone trying to auction off your family heirlooms.  It happened to a woman in... [Read More]
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This holiday weekend marks the 73rd anniversary of V-J Day, or "Victory over Japan" day.  On September 2, 1945, the day Japan formally signed its... [Read More]
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When you look at the old pictures, count the staples in his head, and add up the number of brain surgeries he's endured - it's... [Read More]
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When you look at the old pictures, count the staples in his head, and add up the number of brain surgeries he's endured - it's... [Read More]
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There's something healing about Colorado's great outdoors.  And healing is just what the kids at Camp Erin 2018 need. "I'm here for my dad because... [Read More]
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DENVER —  Donald Maloy was one of the lucky ones.  He served a decade in the Army.  Went to Iraq, then did two tours with... [Read More]
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The parents of the man who fatally shot a Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy on New Years Eve spoke exclusively with FOX31's Jeremy Hubbard Monday, after an... [Read More]
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Everyone was broken-hearted earlier this year, when three Colorado deputies were killed in the line of duty in a span of five weeks.  But one... [Read More]
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Anger, anxiety, fear, uncertainty. There is a common thread with each of these words for Army veteran Duane Topping.  They describe his daily struggle with... [Read More]
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Exactly 27,955 days after his death, Wally Eakes is finally getting his funeral.  Sometimes, it takes an entire lifetime to honor a lifetime. "I know... [Read More]
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The first time Steve Melnikoff walked on Omaha Beach, he was a young man.  And like tens of thousands of soldiers - he wasn't sure... [Read More]
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Some Colorado teenagers are about to compete on the international stage.  Four ballet dancers from the International Ballet School in Littleton have been selected to... [Read More]
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On the 29th anniversary of the deadly crackdown on student pro-democracy protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, a University of Denver professor is reflecting on the... [Read More]
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