Ann has been at KTVU since 2012. In her career, she’s interviewed political figures like Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney, covered the aftermath of major tornadoes and floods, and reported truly memorable stories like the murder trial of casino executive Ted Binion, who had buried millions in silver in a vault in the desert, as well as the story of Shawn Hornbeck, a missing child who was found alive four and a half years after being kidnapped.
Prior to working at KTVU, Ann worked at KSDK in St. Louis, MO. KVVU in Las Vegas, NV and KIDK in Pocatello ID.
Ann is originally from Chicago, but went to school at Bowdoin College in Maine, where she was an English and Art History double major.
Ann has covered everything from the pandemic, to the aftermath of the VTA mass shooting, to a recent story where a local food bank was being forced to move out of their building, but got to stay after our report.
Ann loves the Bay Area weather, and that you can sit outside in the evening without getting eaten alive by mosquitoes. She also loves the proximity to both mountains and ocean. When not working, Ann loves to read, ski, and spend time with her family.
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