Cassandra Webb Biography, Age, Husband, KLRT FOX16 News, and Net Worth
Cassandra Webb Age
Cassandra Webb was born and raised in Del Rio. Information about her age will be updated as soon as possible.
Cassandra Webb Husband
She is married to Aaron, an Air Force C-130 pilot. The couple has two young daughters together.
Cassandra Webb Height
She is 5′ 6″ tall.
Cassandra Webb Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $100, 000 and $1 million.
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Cassandra Webb Biography
Cassandra Webb is an American journalist working as an anchor for KLRT FOX16 News. She was born and raised in Del Rio. She is married to Aaron, an Air Force C-130 pilot. The couple has two young daughters together.
She acquired her college degree in Journalism from Angelo State University. She has interests outside of the newsroom which incorporate perusing, sewing, getting a charge out of the outside, marathon watching genuine wrongdoing shows, and calling the Hogs.
Cassandra Webb KLRT FOX16 News
Webb anchors the FOX 16 nightly news programs on ends of the week at 9 p.m. She additionally reports for FOX 16 and KARK 4 during the week. Cassandra joined Team 20 in October 2020 and is eager to call Arkansas home once more.
She was a government-funded teacher who at that point worked in promoting for the USAF. During that time, Cassandra acquired her Master’s certificate in Journalism from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Her better half’s Air Force vocation has given Cassandra the novel chance to cover news the whole way across the country. Her TV news profession began at KTXS in Abilene, Texas.
Her work there acquired her a Texas Associated Press Broadcasters’ Award for General Assignment revealing. She likewise secured the market’s #1-evaluated morning news program. Cassandra at that point proceeded to moor and deliver the 5 p.m. news program at WRBL in Columbus, Georgia.
From that point, Cassandra worked for an online news association in Washington, D.C. A few stories she composed during the 2016 official political decision arrived at a large number of perusers.
Cassandra at that point made a beeline for Sacramento, California where she oversaw Special Projects for KTXL-FOX 40. Her work in Sacramento for a family frantic for their cherished one’s remaining parts to get back from WW2 acquired her the lofty Large Market Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Feature Reporting.
It’s additionally at KTXL where she procured an Associated Press Television and Radio Association Award for Best Public Service for her tale about baffled military families living in risky conditions on Travis AFB.