Krystle Henderson Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, 12 News

Krystle Henderson
Krystle Henderson

Krystle Henderson Biography

Krystle Henderson is one of the familiar faces on television and an Emmy award-winning meteorologist, reporter, and multimedia journalist working for 12 News. Henderson part of the Today in AZ team, leading weather coverage along with Rachel McNeill and Ryan Cody. Additionally, Henderson also provides viewers with the Forecast 411 weekdays on 12 @ 12, 12 News’ multi-platform noon show with 12 minutes of uninterrupted content. She joined Team 12 in September 2013.

Krystle Henderson Age | Birthday

Krystle Henderson was born on October 10, 1987, in Chandler, Arizona, in the United States. She is 33 years old as of 2020.

Krystle Henderson Height

Handerson stands at a moderate height however the exact details about her body measurements are not known.

Krystle Henderson Family | Parents

Born in Chandler and raised in Gilbert by her parents, Henderson is the only child of her parents who belongs to the Italian, Slovak, German, and Irish heritage.

Krystle Henderson Husband

Handerson is married to her husband Brandon A Bovard. The couple tied the knot on July 24, 2004, in Cherokee County, Texas in the United States.

Krystle Henderson Salary

Working at 12 News, Henderson receives an average annual salary of between $75,000 -$100,000.

Krystle Henderson Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million -$5 Million as of 2021.

Krystle Henderson Career

Henderson won three 2019 Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards: Best Weather Anchor (Meteorologist); Best Specialty Assignment Report- Everywhere A to Z, and Best Sports – News Single Story. She was also recognized with Emmys for Talent – Anchor – Weather in 2017 as well as Talent – Anchor – Traffic in 2016.

She joined the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, where Henderson earned a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism. Furthermore, at ASU, Krystle also minored in Business at the W.P. Carey School. Henderson was admitted into the National Honor Society of Journalists. She then graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Henderson started her career in Medford, Oregon, working at KTVL News 10, the CBS affiliate, for four good years as the weekend news and weather anchor and weekday reporter, covering southern Oregon and northern California. While at KTVL, she received an Associated Press Award for Best Weathercast and another for Best Continuing Coverage. Similarly, she hosted a series titled Medford’s Most Wanted.

Her love for weather came while finishing up her degree at ASU. She did weathercasts for Cronkite Newswatch and was eager to know more about the science behind it, so she continued her education at Mississippi State University, receiving a Bachelor of Science and Certificate in Broadcast Meteorology.

Moreover, she has served on the NATAS Rocky Mountain Emmy Board of Governors since 2018. She was motivated to join after hosting the Student Production Awards in 2017. On the board, she serves on the education committee helping mentor young journalists. Henderson was born in Chandler and raised in Gilbert, and it has always been her dream to be part of the 12 News team. Moreover, Henderson is a volunteer who helps at various events each year centered around animals and students.

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