Dave Savini Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, CBS 2
March 7, 2022
Dave Savini Biography
Dave Savini is an American Investigative reporter Currently serving for CBS 2 News. In addition, he also began serving for the CBS 2 News Team in July 2004. Prior to serving for CBS 2 News, Savini also served for WMAQ-TV in Chicago as an investigative reporter (1993-2004).
Dave Savini Age
Savini has also not revealed his exact date of birth and age, however, it will be updated.
Dave Savini Height
Savini’s exact height and body measurements are under review.
Dave Savini Parents
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Dave Savini Wife
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Dave Savini Kids
He has not revealed if she has children yet.
Dave Savini Salary
He receives an annual salary of between $69,749.
Dave Savini Net Worth
He has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.
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Savini is an awarded broadcast journalism’s, with the major coveted national award, a 2008 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for his investigation exposing gaping holes in security at O’Hare International Airport.
Throught his work he has covered, reported and uncovered corruption in several police departments, exposed medical negligence, government waste, fraudulent charities, and child exploitation. His reports have resulted in legal reforms and policy changes within government agencies, local corporations and have prompted new laws.
In addition, he also won the Investigative Reporter Emmy for Outstanding Achievement for individual excellence on camera in 2016, and also earned the Emmy for Outstanding Achievement for Investigative Reporting, exposing Chicago’s dangerous light poles, which were falling on people causing injuries and property damage due to a lack of maintenance.
Besides that, he also earned a 2014 Emmy for Outstanding Achievement For Reporter along with 2014 Outstanding Investigative Report for his story on Metra’s dirty air aboard trains departing Union Station.