From abuse of power, the waste of tax dollars and bad businesses, Jeremy Jojola investigates and uncovers the stories some people don’t want you to see.
Some of his most recent notable investigations include Citation Nation, in which he exposed aggressive traffic ticketing in some Colorado towns, and The iScheme, in which he exposed an iPhone scam that targeted the homeless.
During the past four years at 9NEWS, Jeremy has been recognized as “Best Specialty Reporter” by the Colorado Broadcasters Association and has also garnered numerous regional Emmys for his investigative work.
Before coming to Denver, Jeremy worked for nine years at KOB-TV in New Mexico where he was recognized as “Best Reporter” by readers of Albuquerque the Magazine.
Jeremy first found his passion for journalism during his teenage years. He slept in a homeless shelter for an article in his high school newspaper.
His first TV news job was running tape decks and studio cameras at age 17 at KRNV-TV in Reno, Nev.
At age 20, Jeremy landed his first TV reporter job at KTSM-TV in El Paso, Texas while attending college at New Mexico State University.
Jeremy is married to a kindergarten teacher and has a terrier-poodle mix named Rudy.