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
  • I lost a bet

    VIDEO: Utah man loses bet, dances on street corner with hilarious results

    PROVO, Utah — A Utah man’s dance skills were getting a lot of attention online after he lost a game of basketball — and a bet — to his younger brother for the first time. According to Andrew Wilcox’s YouTube account, the stakes were simple: “Loser had to dance on the corner of one of […]

  • Bill would require hands-free device for cell usage behind wheel

    DENVER — A bill proposal that would ban drivers from using cell phones unless they utilize a hands-free device will be heard at the state capitol Wednesday. At the heart of the bill is an effort to prevent web-browsing behind the wheel. Some drivers have gotten pretty good at playing games, shopping and checking out […]

  • Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen is one free agent that is reportedly high on the Denver Broncos' wish list in 2014.

    Source: I’d be ‘shocked’ if free agent Jared Allen didn’t sign with Broncos

    DENVER — Denver Broncos fans have been waiting for 2 p.m. Thursday with intensity for about 37 days and 18 hours. Why? It’s the team’s first chance to erase the embarrassment of Super Bowl XLVIII and start building toward Super Bowl XLVIV. Free agency officially begins at 2 p.m. MST Tuesday. Starting then, the Broncos are […]

  • The Declaration of Independence is one of the most important documents in our nation's history. Without being educated how to read and write cursive, many of our nation's youth will not be able to read it. That concerned a Tennessee lawmaker enough to propose a bill that would require the education of cursive to elementary school students. (Photo: MGN Online)

    Should cursive be required in school? Tennessee bill would make it so

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Students in Tennessee could soon be required to learn cursive handwriting. A proposed bill that was brought before the Tennessee House this week, House Bill 1697, would require all public school students in Tennessee to learn how to read and write in cursive, usually in or by the third grade. Tennessee State Rep. […]

  • VA Hospital

    Explosion at VA Hospital construction site rocks Aurora neighborhood

    AURORA, Colo. — An explosion was reported early Tuesday morning at the VA Hospital construction site in Aurora. Aurora Fire confirmed just after midnight that a 1,000-pound propane tank exploded at the construction site, which is just off I-225 and just north of East Colfax Avenue on Fitzsimons Parkway. The ensuing fireball could be seen […]

  • (Credit: Colorado State Patrol)

    Suspected stoned driver charged with hitting CSP vehicles due in court

    DENVER — One of the first men to be suspected and charged with driving under the influence of legal marijuana in Colorado was due in court on Tuesday morning. Keith Kilbey, 23, was charged with driving under the influence on the night of January 11, after his Chevrolet truck collided with a Colorado State Patrol […]

  • Mobile featured

    Report: AT&T named best of ‘Big 4′ mobile carriers in Colorado

    DENVER — AT&T was named the best mobile carrier in Colorado, according to a historic statewide report from an independent mobile network researcher. Calling the study “the most comprehensive mobile performance study ever undertaken,” RootMetrics reported collecting 4.6 million test samples from across the country. The surveyor indicated that 6,300 locations were tested and that […]

  • Wreckage was strewn about the northbound lanes on South Santa Fe Drive near West Bowles Avenue in Littleton on the morning of March 10, 2014.

    Crews clear wreckage on Santa Fe, reopen road near Bowles

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Wreckage was strewn across Santa Fe near downtown Littleton from a Monday morning wreck, shutting down northbound lanes completely in the area for the morning commute. Sky2 first spotted the wreck near the intersection of South Santa Fe Drive and West Bowles Avenue around 6:50 a.m. The Colorado Department of Transportation confirmed […]

  • Snow in forecast two

    Rain for Denver’s morning commute, snow by evening commute

    DENVER — Rain and snow are both expected to make their way into Denver on Friday, with one coming early and the second settling in a little later. The rain is expected to arrive around 7 a.m. for Denver, but that rain is expected to be all snow above 6,000 feet in areas like the […]

  • Hostile note featured

    Note to ‘selfish’ couple with ‘screaming baby’ at Colo. ski area hotel: ‘Babies don’t ski!’

    After struggling through an evening with a crying infant at a hotel reportedly located at a Colorado ski resort recently, a couple awoke to a rather unpleasant surprise in the form of a nasty note slipped under their door. That note was shared by the mother’s brother on his blog, Dad On The Run, last week. Here’s […]

  • Inmates escape

    3 of 4 escaped Otero County Jail inmates captured

    OTERO COUNTY, Colo. — Four inmates overpowered two jail officials and escaped the Otero County jail late Tuesday night, and were at large as of early Wednesday morning. According to the La Junta Fire Chief, one of those escaped inmates, 21-year-old Curtis Apodaca, was captured Wednesday morning. And as of Wednesday afternoon, the chief said a […]

  • VIDEO: Runners’ spontaneous salute to 95-year-old vet melts hearts

    SAN JOSE, Calif. — A touching scene is going viral this morning out of California. Multiple runners stopped to shake the hand of World War II veteran Joe Bell mid race in San Jose, all thanking him for his service. Bell is 95 years old and was in full uniform to cheer on the runners. […]

  • Sun shot

    1-4 inches of wet snow in Denver won’t hang around for long

    DENVER — Mild temperatures in the 50s brought a spring-like feel to Denver on Tuesday, a fast-moving storm brought Winter right back Wednesday morning and an oncoming warm front will start turning the feel to summer-like by Thursday. Light rain showers fell in the Metro area Tuesday night, turned into heavy, wet snow overnight with […]

  • Photo of the dog accused of attacking a child in Evergreen. (Photo: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)

    Child airlifted after being attacked by dog in Evergreen

    EVERGREEN, Colo. — A child was airlifted after being attacked by a dog in Evergreen on Tuesday afternoon, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office confirmed. According to the sheriff’s office, which confirmed the incident in a tweet around 12:45 p.m., the child was attacked in the 4700 block of Pine Road, which is just south of […]

  • Emergency crews respond to the scene of a suspicious substance in north Aurora on the morning of March 4, 2014.

    FBI responds to Post Office report of suspicious white substance in Aurora

    DENVER — The FBI was responding to a report from the Post Office about a white powdery substance found in north Aurora Tuesday morning. Aurora Police confirmed that around 7 a.m., they received a report from the Post Office about a suspicious white substance near the area of East 19th Avenue and North Victor Street, […]