Karen Devine is an American Emmy Award-winning News Anchor/Reporter currently working for KESQ-TV since joining the station in October of 2009. She currently anchors the evening newscasts, i.e. the 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m., from Monday to Friday on News Channel 3. She also serves as an Investigative Reporter at the station.
Quick Facts of Karen Devine
|Full Name||Karen Devine|
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Karen Devine is a News Anchor and Investigative Reporter at New press, Gazette company, and The KESQ news channel. She is very well known for the award she won as a television journalist and investigative reporter for the KESQ news channel. Her performance as a TV journalist is fabulous, which makes her famous.
Is Karen Devine Still Single?
Karen Devine seems to be not open about her love life. There are no records of her marriage yet. But some freelance photographers have spotted her with a guy several times, which leads us to conclude that she might be in some secret relationship, yet there is no solid proof of it. An excellent TV journalist and investigative reporter like her won’t need any help from another person to run a healthy and prosperous life, which might be why she stays single and independent.
As in the picture, Devine was spotted with a guy at a Celebration event of “The American Cancer Society’s Desert Spirit Gala.” They might be dating each other, but yet not a single proof on it. Being an aged person, she probably had some past relationship, but she keeps it a secret.
How much is Karen Devine’s Net worth?
Karen Devine has a net worth ranging between $1 Million – and $5 Million, which she has earned through being a TV journalist, News Anchor. This American TV journalist has no other means of income other than investigative reporting TV journalist. Her annual salary ranges between $70,000 – $110,500. The average annual salary of a News Anchor is $64,114.
More about Karen Devine.
Devine was born and raised in Saratoga, Calif. A small town about an hour away from San Francisco, near Silicon Valley. She started running for the Cinders, named for the crushed cinders used to line the running track, starting at Ten.
Moreover, Karen was coached by a former Olympian who used to coach other Olympians. And started her college career at a junior college near her home and was ready to take her talents to UCI (Union Cycling Institute) after being sidelined by the coach.
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An American Emmy Award-winning News Anchor/Reporter lived a whole semester with her sister and friend in Newport Beach; she was free for the first time in 10 years. She said that she had no one watching over her practice her diet. Devine even gained weight and injured her knee, which brought consequences on her running days. She got sidelined by UCI as well then she quit her athletic life.
After that, she had no idea what to do when her adviser insisted she starts her broadcasting career. Which probably was a good step she took. And now Karen has already spent 25 years of her life in this field.
Achievements of Karen Devine.
Karen Devine is an award-winning journalist who brings almost 20 years of local news experience to KESQ. She has covered the most important stories to the viewers and takes the extensive interviews that impact the Coachella Valley.
In 2011, Karen Devine won a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her two-part series, “It happens to Boys.” This series is dealt with the troubling truths of child sexual abuse. In 2009 Karen won The Emmy Award for her in-depth coverage of prescription drug abuse and teens. She’s received four other Emmy Awards highlighting her hard work and dedication to broadcast journalism. The California Jim Battin named Karen “Woman of the year” in 2007. The desert Newspaper voted Karen “Best of the Best” three times. Readers of Palm Springs Life Magazine voted her the “Most Popular news personality in the valley.”
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