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Updated 09/07/2014 03:53 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Morning Anchor

Todd Boatwright has always had a fixation with television. When he watched television as a youngster, he tried to figure out how they put the show together rather than paying attention to the content.

Since those days, Todd has developed into an established morning anchor at Time Warner Cable News. Todd graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Radio-Television-Film. While studying there, he had an internship at KDFW-TV in Dallas.

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Updated 09/07/2014 03:53 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff


Amy Hadley is a familiar face on Time Warner Cable News. She was a reporter here from 2003-2008. In 2013, she returned as dayside anchor.

Amy is from all over the Midwest, claiming nowhere in particular as home, but having lived in Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico and Texas. She graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

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Updated 09/07/2014 03:53 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Evening Anchor

Ed Greenberger joined the Time Warner Cable News team in July 2013. Ed has been a broadcast journalist for nearly two decades. Most recently, he was the primary news anchor at WSJV in South Bend, Indiana. There, Ed covered several big stories, including the 2008 presidential election. He also won multiple Associated Press awards at WSJV.

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Updated 09/07/2014 04:10 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Chief Meteorologist and Traffic Anchor

Burton Fitzsimmons’ curiosity about weather began while growing up on a 20-acre farm in San Antonio. From a hilltop view on the farm he could watch clouds form and thunderstorms develop.

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Updated 09/07/2014 04:09 PM Posted By: TWC News Staff

Meteorologist/Traffic Anchor

Rich Segal has been doing weather for over 30 years. His career began in Columbia, Missouri, when he was asked to be a fill-in weathercaster for the University of Missouri television station.

“They told me it would take two or three weeks to find a permanent replacement from the Atmospheric Sciences Department. Two weeks turned into three years. My passion for weather developed during this time because of the changes in the climate of Mid Missouri," he said.

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