Adrian Arambulo Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, NBC 4 News

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Adrian Arambulo Biography

Adrian Arambulo is an American News Journalist and co-anchor currently working for NBC 4 Morning ”Today in LA, ”. She airs every weekdays from 4 – 7 a.m

Adrian Arambulo Age

Arambulo was born in Chicago, Il,  in the United States and he has not shared details about his exact age, and birthday information about his age will be updated soon.

Adrian Arambulo Height

Arambulo stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Adrian Arambulo Family

Arambulo has also not revealed his parent’s identities however, she shared a photo of her dad, wishing her a happy birthday.

Adrian Arambulo Wife

Arambulo is happily married but has not disclosed any information about his wife, however, the couple is blessed with four beautiful kids.

Adrian Arambulo Kids

He is a father to two girls and two boys, one of them is called Aiden Cruz on October 16, 2020.

Adrian Arambulo Education

Arambulo graduated from Loyola University Chicago. While in college, he worked for the school newspaper and radio station.

Adrian Arambulo Salary

He receives an annual salary of between $ 38k – $ 196k, this is according to NBC 4 News anchors and reporter’s salaries.

Adrian Arambulo NBC 4 News

He joined his current station in 2013 as a general assignment anchor and reporter for the weekend newscast of “Today in LA” and also aired on the NBC4 News at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m.

He has also covered many stories in the Southland, including co-anchoring Emmy’s award-winning coverage of the Old Fire in Calabasas in 2016 and the rash of wildfires that struck Southern California in 2019.

In Southland, He Covered reports and stories and also co-anchoring Emmy’s award-winning coverage of the Old Fire in Calabasas in 2016 and the rash of wildfires that struck Southern California in 2019. He was also among the first on the air following the Borderline Bar Mass Shooting in Thousand Oaks, CA; the Las Vegas country music concert massacre; and, the tragic shooting at Saugus High School.

At KDFW TV News in Dallas Fort Worth, he spent six years there and also worked as a weekend morning anchor and reporter. He has also covered the murder and death of a NAVY Seal and U.S. war hero Chris Kyle, the Fort Hood terror attack, and also Hurricanes. He has also been awarded the Golden Mike award from the Radio, Television News Association, several Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Dallas, and Las Vegas, and two Las Vegas Electronic Media Awards.

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