Todd Unger Biography, Age, Wife, KXXV ABC 25 News, and Net Worth

Todd Unger
Todd Unger

Todd Unger Age

Unger has proudly called Texas home for eight years and counting. Information about his age will be updated as soon as possible.

Todd Unger Wife

He is married to Amanda Unger.

Todd Unger Height

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Todd Unger Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of between $100, 000 and $1 million.

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Todd Unger Biography

Todd Unger is an American journalist working as the evening anchor for KXXV ABC 25 News. Todd anchored and reported in Nebraska after graduating from the University of Denver. Unger has proudly called Texas home for eight years and counting.

Todd Unger KXXV ABC 25 News

He’s the evening anchor at 25 News. An Emmy grant-winning writer, Todd has covered a portion of the state’s greatest stories, including COVID-19, the examinations at Fort Hood, Hurricane Harvey, the West compost plant blast, and in any event, pursuing the notorious ‘Affluenza’ adolescent Ethan Couch to Mexico.

Todd spent the fall of 2019 filling in as a host and writer for a narrative exploring the EU and Romanian equity frameworks. Preceding that, he was a correspondent and fill-in anchor for WFAA in Dallas/Fort Worth.

His work has been routinely perceived by the Texas AP Broadcasters Association, and he brought home a 2018 Lone Star Emmy for the inclusion of Hurricane Harvey. He has additionally been named for a few other Lone Star Emmys.

Todd recently worked at KOAT, the ABC partner in Albuquerque, where he broke various high-profile examinations, including a progression of obscure land bargains where citizens lost a great many dollars.

He got a Rocky Mountain Emmy for a story on a significant firearm theft at a notable New Mexico farm. He’s a standard volunteer with Meals on Wheels Waco, and a previous guide with Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Omaha Public Schools TeamMates program.