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Tammy Vigil was born, raised, and educated here in Denver, CO. She joined FOX 31 News from KGUN-TV (ABC) in Tucson, AZ where she was weekend anchor and reporter. Previous experience includes being morning anchor/reporter at KRDO-TV (ABC) in Colorado Springs, CO, reporter for KFSM-TV (CBS) in Ft. Smith, AR and KJCT-TV (ABC) in Grand Junction, CO.

She interned for KUSA-TV ( NBC) in Denver, CO and was news editor and writer for the UNC Mirror in Greeley, CO. Tammy earned a bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication with a minor in political science from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. 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!”


Recent Articles
  • Emojis

    Parents beware: Your kids probably know secret emoji language

    DENVER — It was Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year. And it’s quickly becoming the universal language of the Internet — after Apple included an emoji keyboard on its phones five years ago. It’s estimated 6 billion emojis are sent each day. But the cartoonish, seemingly innocent and playful use of emojis can have a dark side. It’s a new form of communication Sheila Allison and her 12-year-old use regularly. “I work odd hours. When she’s getting ready to go to sleep, […]

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    Brothers who drowned near Lyons identified

    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — The Larimer County Coroner released the names Monday of two children who drowned in Pinewood Springs on Mother’s Day. Paul “Jacob” Foreman, 10, and his brother, Daniel Foreman, 7, attended Laurene Edmondson Elementary in Loveland. Their grandfather, Paul Foreman, of Colorado Springs, said they were at the top of their classes and very well-loved. They were visiting their dad, Jeff Foreman, 45, who lives in Pinewood Springs, having a great time, when fun turned to tragedy. […]

  • Riding a motorcycle

    Motorcycle deaths on Colorado roads hit all-time high in 2015

    DENVER — Motorcycle fatalities in Colorado at an all-time high. The Colorado Department of Transportation said Wednesday the number of deaths involving motorcycles surpassed triple digits for the first time ever. One-hundred-six people died in motorcycle crashes in 2015. That’s up 11.7 percent from 2014 and 20 percent higher than 2013. The sudden spike prompted CDOT to do something about it. “There’s the thrill of speed,” said long time motorcycle rider Marc Bilker. “An hour on the open road and […]

  • Demolished back yard

    Families say they’re connected by construction contractor nightmare

    DENVER — Several families turned to the Problem Solvers when a contractor they hired to improve their homes left them with big messes — and out tens of thousands of their hard-earned dollars. The families are not hopeful they will see their money again. But they want others to be aware of doing business with the company, Services 5280, run by Kevin Mollo. “The addition was supposed to be here,” said Maureen McLaughlin of Parker, showing where an ADA-compliant 500-square-foot addition to her home […]

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    Armed man shot by officer inside Aurora McDonald’s

    AURORA, Colo. — An officer shot an armed man inside a McDonald’s on Sunday morning, the Aurora Police Department said. It happened in the restroom at a McDonald’s on East Colfax Avenue east of Interstate 225. An employee who didn’t want to be identified said a man had been loitering in and outside the restaurant. Police said when he was told to leave by employees or they would call police, the suspect showed a gun in his waistband and asked, “Who’s going to call police?” […]

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    Identified dog given to wrong person despite chip

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — Those tiny animal microchips are marketed as a huge protection to help identify a lost pet. In practice, there has been a sad result. A Westminster family is finding that while their microchip worked, something failed with the animal hospital that scanned their dog. They reached out to the Problem Solvers for help. There are pictures of 1-year-old terrier mix Pepper all around the Naylor’s home. But the puppy isn’t there anymore. “She’s a big part of […]

  • The Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive insect that is responsible for the death or decline of tens of millions of ash trees in 21 states. (Photo: Colorado.gov)

    State takes action to try to stop emerald ash borer from spreading beyond Boulder

    LOUISVILLE, Colo. — The state is taking on a little bug that can cause big-time destruction of ash trees. The Colorado State Forest Service is setting up traps to detect the emerald ash borer or EAB along high-traffic roads outside Boulder, including U.S. 36, South Boulder Road, Highway 7 and Highway 119. It should finish setting up more than 120 traps in the next couple of weeks. Boulder is the only place in Colorado infested with the tree-killing pest. But insect experts suspect it […]

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    Wildlife rescue loses license for allegedly violating animal welfare laws

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Squirrel Creek Wildlife Rescue said a state agency in charge of managing animals is hurting and killing them. The cages and incubators at Squirrel Creek that once housed thousands of injured and sick wild animals now sit empty — except for a few wayward squirrels that have come in on their own and three pet rabbits. “We were very traumatized by what happened,” Squirrel Creek owner Kendall Seifert said. Seifert said on March 16, Colorado Parks and Wildlife […]

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    Troopers on patrol against distracted drivers

    DENVER — Colorado State Patrol troopers will increase enforcement against distracted drivers starting Friday, saying the enforcement period is meant to save lives. Anything that takes eyes and minds off the road — and hands off the steering wheel — is considered distracted driving. “Every single trooper has responded to some crash that they will never be able to forget throughout their lifetime,” Trooper Josh Lewis said. He has responded to enough crashes to know distracted driving injures and kills. […]

  • Shondra Ray and her son Asante

    Mother’s heartbreak, tribute serve as strong message after two teens killed

    AURORA, Colo. — Car crashes are the No. 1 killer of people ages 4 to 34. But teenagers are the most vulnerable. The Smoky Hill High School community is now struggling with that sad statistic. A promising high school senior and his 17-year-old friend died Saturday in a two-car crash in Aurora. ”I’m coming to grips with it,” Shondra Ray said about the sudden death of her son, Asante or Tay, as his friends called him. Shredded Earth, broken glass and decimated […]