Will Holden is an award-winning web editor for KDVR and KWGN. He comes to the sister stations after stops in newspapers, multimedia and network TV

He was an executive producer and columnist at the MountainWest Sports Network, covered college football and anchored an AP award-winning high school football webcast at the Riverside Press-Enterprise and covered Montana State athletics at the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. He also spent time at the Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune and Kitsap Sun in the Pacific Northwest.

Holden has been awarded for his feature, news and column writing by the Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists. He was also named Sportswriter of the Year by the Montana Newspapers Association in 2009 and 2010.

Recent Articles
  • FAA investigating drone flying over Denver 4/20 rally at Civic Center Park

    DENVER — The Federal Aviation Administration has launched an official investigation into what may have been an unauthorized drone flying above Denver’s 4/20 rally at Civic Center Park on Sunday. Allen Kenitzer, a spokesperson for the FAA Northwest Mountain and Alaska Regions, confirmed the investigation had been launched as of Tuesday, saying even unmanned aircraft need some […]

  • An example of an all-purpose voodoo doll used in an Ohio State University study seeking to study glucose levels and their potential relation to spousal anger. (Credit: Ohio State University)

    Study: Why snacking might help save your marriage

    COLUMBUS, Ohio. — A new study is leading researchers to believe that low levels of blood sugar may be a major culprit in starting marital arguments. Low blood sugar levels have often been colloquially linked to the social phenomenon known as “hangry” – a combination of hungry and angry. A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National […]

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    Bill to ban Colorado red light cameras, photo radar to be heard Monday

    DENVER — A bill introduced at the Colorado Legislature a week ago that is taking aim at the state’s unpopular red light cameras will be heard on Monday. State Sen. Scott Renfroe (R-Eaton) is sponsoring the bill that would ban red light cameras at intersections and those equally unpopular photo radar cameras designed to catch drivers speeding. […]

  • A potential ban on all alcohol consumption in Washington Park will be up for a public debate on April 9, 2014.

    Residents, officials meet to debate possible Washington Park alcohol ban

    DENVER — Starting with a meeting Wednesday night, Denver’s department of Parks and Recreation will consider furthering the efforts that began last summer to deal with the growing amount of alcohol consumption in Washington Park. The meeting was well-attended and the debate was lively with widely differing opinions about how to handle problems, especially where alcohol […]

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    Teacher, 79, told she can’t be friends with students on Facebook, quits job

    CHARLESTOWN, N.H. – A 79-year-old substitute teacher quit her job after school officials ordered her to delete thousands of students from her Facebook page and she refused. The New Hampshire Union Leader reported that Charlestown resident Carol Thebarge has left Stevens High School. Thebarge has been working as a paraprofessional and substitute teacher for the past […]

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    Are animals fleeing Yellowstone due to quakes, possible Supervolcano eruption?

    YELLOWSTONE, Wyo. — In the days following a 4.8-magnitude earthquake in Yellowstone National Park, many bloggers and tourists have been expressing concerns about large droves of animals leaving the area. Could this be evidence that the infamous Yellowstone Supervolcano is on the verge of eruption, ready to wipe out civilization in North American as we know […]

  • A potential ban on all alcohol consumption in Washington Park will be up for a public debate on April 9, 2014.

    Denver Parks & Rec considering total ban on alcohol in Wash Park

    DENVER — Starting with a meeting next week, Denver’s department Parks and Recreation will consider furthering the efforts that began last summer to deal with the growing amount of alcohol consumption in Washington Park. And one potential step could be a complete ban on alcohol in the increasingly popular park. Currently, Wash Park only permits the consumption of 3.2 beer […]

  • This note was left on the door of a locked Michigan gas station, apparently by an employee who was upset his boss did not communicate that she was running late. (Photo: Imgur / FOX 17)

    Angry note left by employee for gas station boss goes viral

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — An employee at a BP gas station in Grand Rapids, Mich. left an angry note for his boss in public view for all of the convenience store’s customers to see. Now the whole world’s hearing about it. “As you can see, the doors are locked. I went home,” the note read. […]

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    Mistakenly released JeffCo inmate found in Denver, back in custody

    DENVER — The inmate who was mistaken released from the Jefferson County Jail on Tuesday was found in downtown Denver Thursday morning and taken back into custody, police confirmed. With the help of citizen tips, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported that officers were able to arrest Damon Slayton near the intersection of Broadway and […]

  • Ryan Stone appears in court at an arraignment hearing on March 14, 2014.

    Court sets $3.5M bond for carjacking, chase suspect Ryan Stone

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — Two days after a 2-hour chase that spanned close to 100 miles and included three carjackings and an Amber Alert, the suspect prosecutors say was behind the wheel appeared in court. Ryan Stone, 28, was advised of the charges to be filed against him in a Douglas County court on Friday, one day […]

  • Multiple cars were involved in an accident on I-25 that killed one on March 1, 2014. (Photo: Kayla Nikole/@KayKayNikol)

    No charges to be filed in connection with 104-car pileup on I-25

    DENVER — Two weeks after a 104-car pileup shut down Denver’s busiest interstate and took one life, it seems the final conclusion of the investigation into the massive accident was that it was just that — an accident Speaking at a press conference Friday afternoon, Denver Police spokesperson Michael Farr said his department has completed […]

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    Longmont Police: Man called in false stabbing report to avoid arrest

    LONGMONT, Colo. — Longmont Police believe a man wanted on a felony warrant called in a false stabbing report in an effort to create a diversion and escape arrest Thursday. Longmont Police spokesperson Jeff Satur said Joshua Lower Fobbs, 34, was wanted on a felony warrant for a pawn broker violation and two misdemeanor larceny […]

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    Man arrested for allegedly tweeting ’100 RTs and I’ll shoot someone’

    LOS ANGELES — It’s not uncommon to see Twitter users fishing for re-tweets, but when a Los Angeles man included a chilling photo and a threat in his attempt to get one of his alleged tweets to go viral, he was placed under arrest. The tweet? “100 RTs and I’ll shoot someone walking.” Police believe […]

  • Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson, left, and Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garrett address the media on March 13, 2014.

    Affidavit: Suspect in wild chase faces attempted murder, other charges

    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — The district attorneys for both Boulder and Douglas County took part in a joint press conference Thursday morning, explaining that Douglas County will take the lead in prosecuting Ryan Stone, the man accused of a kidnapping, multiple carjackings and leading police on a high-speed chase that spanned multiple counties. Douglas County District Attorney […]

  • Denver Police Chief Robert White addresses the media following a hostage situation at a Denver Radio Shack on Sept. 7, 2012.

    Denver Police Chief subdues knife-wielding man, deflects praise

    DENVER — Media outlets typically extend an amount of professional courtesy to police departments when asked to withhold certain information. But when a police chief single-handedly subdues a knife-wielding man, it’s hard not to let that cat out of the bag. Such was the case on Wednesday, when, despite pleas directly from the horse’s mouth, several […]