Dustin Cuzick

Reporter

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dcuzick@kktv.com

Dustin joined the 11 News team in February 2010 from Idaho Falls/Pocatello, Idaho, where he worked for two years for KPVI Newschannel 6.

In his time at KKTV he has worked as the station's Pueblo bureau reporter, morning show reporter, and now reports for 11 News at 4, 5:30, and 10 p.m.

He's covered a wide range of stories in his time at KKTV, from the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires to the Aurora theater and Planned Parenthood shootings.

Dustin studied communications at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida.

Originally from Seattle, Dustin went to high school east of Colorado Springs and is excited to be working in the Centennial State.

If you'd like to share a story idea or just say "hey," feel free to email him at dcuzick@kktv.com, and follow him on Facebook: Dustin Cuzick KKTV and Twitter: @DustinCuzick


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