10TV News Anchor/Reporter
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Angela is a 4-time Emmy Award winning journalist who co-anchors the weekday morning newscasts on WBNS-10TV at 4:25 a.m., 5 a.m. and 6 a.m., with Jeff Hogan. She is also one of 10TV’s CrimeTracker 10 reporters, focusing on crime concerns and prevention in central Ohio communities.
Angela has reported on many significant news stories since joining WBNS-10TV in August 2000. In 2004, Angela and a photographer spent 10 days in Sri Lanka following the deadly December 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia. She brought back a weeklong series of stories about survival, loss and determination to rebuild, which included help from central Ohioans.
Community service is one of Angela’s greatest passions. She serves on several boards, including the Columbus affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Canine Companions for Independence, and CMH Fashion Week. She is also an advisory board member to JDRF in Central Ohio. Angela also lends her constant support to other efforts such as the Heinzerling Foundation helping people with severe mental or physical disabilities, Domestic Violence Awareness and Breast Cancer Awareness.
Along with her four Emmys for “Best Anchor”, “Best Reporter,” “Best General Assignment Reporting” and “Best Breaking News Coverage,” Angela has received top recognition from numerous organizations, including the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, the Associated Press, the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Crime Stoppers of Central Ohio, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Masons of the 14th District of Ohio and The Ohio State University Amy ROTC Program.
Prior to joining 10TV, Angela worked at KSL-TV in Salt Lake City, where she was one of the first journalists in the market to certify as a county wild land firefighter. Angela also co-founded a news magazine program, China Near and Far, based out of New York City. Her journalism career began at KCAL-TV in Los Angeles.
A graduate of the University of Southern California, Angela is also a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. She is proud to call central Ohio home with her husband Don and new daughter.
Recent articles by Angela An
- Houses Of Hope Look To Turn Around Neighborhoods Across Columbus
- Banks Use New Tech To Try And Prevent Robberies That Are On The Rise In Columbus
- Tellers Tell Story 9 Years After Officer Lost Life In Bank Robbery
- Software Can Help Protect Children From Internet Dangers, But Parents Must Be Involved
- Fraud Experts Say Criminals Targeting Your Child’s Identity
- Columbus Police Use Twitter To Solve Crimes
- Thieves Look For Cars Warming Up In The Cold, 100 Stolen In Franklin County Since August