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Heather Unruh Biography

Heather Unruh

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Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 feet 5 inch

Quick Timeline of Heather Unruh

1992 Worked at WBNG-TV and WMGC-TV
2001 Joined Boston’s WCVB-TV station
2005 Won Sword of Hope Award
2013 Quit WCVB Channel

Detail Timeline of Heather Unruh

1992

Worked at WBNG-TV and WMGC-TV

Heather received her higher education from DePauw University. She was interested in television since she was child and she also made her television debut at a young age. She made her broadcasting debut from WCVB Channel. She worked there as a news anchor for several years. She then joined KFOR Network as an evening anchor and medical reporter. She then joined WBNG-TV and WMGC-TV. 

2001

Joined Boston’s WCVB-TV station

After WBNG-TV and WMGC-TV, she joined WVEU-TV. There she hosted several shows. There she also worked as the producer of shows. With the start of 2000s, she joined Boston’s WCVB-TV station and she worked there as a co-anchor for the program Eye Opener and News Centre 5.

2005

Won Sword of Hope Award

Gorgeous and charming, Heather Unruh has been honored with several prestigious awards. She was honored with Sword of Hope Award from American Cancer Society in 2005 for covering the story about Karen Grant. She has been honored with the Emmy Award for five different times. 

2013

Quit WCVB Channel

Gorgeous and charming, Heather Unruh is a journalist from United States. She is also famous for being the news anchor and reporter of the KSDK News Channel 5. She also served at the WCVB Channel as an anchor and newscaster for half a decade. She quit WCVB Channel with the start of 2013.

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Heather dated Nick Little as her boyfriend for several years. After being in love with him for some many years, they decided to get married and they finally got married. As a married couple, they have also been parents twice.

Heather received her higher education from DePauw University. She was interested in television since she was child and she also made her television debut at a young age. She made her broadcasting debut from WCVB Channel. She worked there as a news anchor for several years. She then joined KFOR Network as an evening anchor and medical reporter. She then joined WBNG-TV and WMGC-TV. She also hosted several shows at WVEU-TV. She was honored with Sword of Hope Award from American Cancer Society in 2005 for covering the story about Karen Grant. She has been earning 300,000 US Dollars annually.