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Dana King

Dana King
Born Dana King
(1960-03-09) March 9, 1960 (age 54)
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Education Ferris State University
Occupation Television, Journalist, Anchor
Notable credit(s) Good Morning America
Good Morning America Sunday
CBS Morning News
CBS This Morning

Dana King, born in Cleveland,[1] was an Emmy Award-winning American broadcast journalist currently serving as anchor for San Francisco CBS Affiliate KPIX. At the conclusion of the 11:00 p.m. broadcast of the KPIX nightly newscast on December 7, 2012, King announced that she would be leaving KPIX to pursue her passion in sculpting and art.

King won a local Emmy Award for her reporting in Honduras in 1998 and 2000, reporting on the consequences of Hurricane Mitch.[1] King also won an RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award in March 2005 for her reporting on the tenth anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide.[1] She is also known for her coverage of the conflict in Afghanistan, and the September 11 Attacks.[2]

In the early 1990s King co-anchored ABC's Good Morning America Sunday, before moving to CBS's CBS Morning News (1994–95) and other CBS News programs.

King is a graduate of Ferris State University.

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