She joined CBS4 in June of 2005 as an Online Editor for the Web and a Web Specialist for TV before moving on to on-air reporting and anchoring.
Michelle is a Denver native, and she started her career in journalism at the age of 11. She co-anchored a kids’ news show called “Two Bits,” on KWGN-Channel 2, for two-and-a-half years. While she was an anchor, she spoke to high school students about the DARE program, covered presidential candidate Michael Dukakis and interviewed local celebrities.
Michelle attended Colorado State University and Metropolitan State College, where she was News Director of the campus television station. She was the winner of two Heartland Regional Emmys while in college, and has also received awards from the Colorado Broadcasters Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.
During her time working on the cbs4denver.com team, the site was the winner of the Colorado Broadcasters Association 2005 Award of Excellence for best TV Web Site.
When she’s not working, Michelle enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters.
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KPIX 5’s Michelle Griego sat down and talked to the star of CBS’ new hit series “Stalker” Maggie Q
Pacific Mambo Orchestra, a local Latin big band scored a Grammy on Sunday.
Police in Oakland were investigating who’s behind fliers depicting a swastika on a Jewish councilwoman’s forehead. They were plastered throughout the Montclair district.
An exotic hybrid is the result of crossbreeding a domestic cat with an exotic “wild” cat, like a wild African serval or an Asian leopard cat. You can’t privately own wild cats like a serval in California, but you can take home the next best thing.
Michelle Griego chats w/ Joseph Morgan & Ian Somerhalder about vampires, family, accents & a sneak peak into their shows…
A high school band from San Jose will live out their dream of performing on a big stage in January.
A Milpitas non-profit organization is helping low-income children start the school year with the necessary tools they need to succeed.
This week on Bay Sunday, two amazing talents from the musical “The Scottsboro Boys,” Hal Linden & Christopher Culberson sat down and talked with Michelle Griego about the play…