Mark Boyle joined the Denver7 team as a multi-media journalist in July of 2015.
Prior to joining Denver7, Mark worked as a primary anchor and investigative reporter in Monroe, Louisiana.
During his time in the Pelican State, Mark won the Louisiana Associated Press Newscast of the Year for coverage of Hurricane Isaac in 2012. Mark also launched the station’s investigative unit, uncovering misuse of taxpayer money and frivolous use of public vehicles by the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office. The nearly year-long investigation earned him first place investigative report by the Louisiana Associated Press in 2014.
While there, Mark also covered the devastating tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma in 2013, a deadly stand-off in St. Joseph and missteps by the VA in the death of a Monroe woman that spurred legislative changes in Washington, D.C.
Mark was also an anchor/reporter at KCTV in Kansas City, covering the disappearance of Baby Lisa, which garnered national attention, the devastating tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri in 2011, and served as a political reporter during the 2012 Presidential election, covering visits by President Obama and the First Lady, as well as a sit-down interview with then presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Mark also worked as an anchor/reporter in Lawrence, Kansas, where he covered the 2008 Kansas Men’s Basketball team’s National Championship. Mark began his career in North Platte, Nebraska as a sports anchor/reporter, covering local athlete Danny Woodhead as he rushed rushed for 2,740 yards, setting a new all-division single season rushing record.
Mark is a Colorado native and an avid Colorado sports fan. Mark graduated from Colorado State University in 2004 where he studied journalism and earned a minor in political science. He’s a graduate of Cherry Creek High School’s class of 1997.
Mark is busy chasing around two children and two dogs. When Mark’s not enjoying quality family time, he can be found exploring the Rocky Mountains and playing golf.