Weekend anchor and consumer investigative reporter Jaclyn Allen joined the Denver7 team in January 2007.
The winner of three Heartland Emmy awards for her anchoring and reporting, Jaclyn has also been nominated for more than 20 Heartland Emmy awards, including Feature Reporting, Human Interest Reporting, Technology Reporting, Crime Reporting, Consumer Reporting, Live Reporting, Spot News Reporting, and General News Reporting.
She was recognized with a Heartland Emmy in 2023 for her reporting exposing issues with Carvana's online car dealership in Colorado, ultimately leading to changes in state law.
Originally from Oklahoma, Jaclyn has spent most of her adult life skiing, hiking, and exploring in Colorado. She and her husband have traveled the world together. Their latest adventure is raising their preschool daughter while spending as much time as possible with their four nieces and extended family all over the world.
Before coming to Denver, Jaclyn reported and anchored in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Sherman, Texas. Jaclyn graduated from the University of Oklahoma with undergraduate degrees in journalism and music, working as a research assistant and associate producer in Oklahoma City while in college. She also studied abroad for a year in France. She received her Master's in Journalism from the University of Missouri.
In her reporting, she holds the powerful accountable, helps to solve problems, and tells the stories of remarkable Coloradans.
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