Russ Bowen is an American Evening News Anchor and reporter currently serving for CBS 17 News. Prior to serving for CBS 17 News, he also served as a news anchor and reported at KOMO-TV News in Seattle.
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Russ Bowen Education
Bowen graduated from UNC-Wilmington with a degree in Communication Studies with a concentration in Journalism and a second degree from UNC-Greensboro.
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Bowen is an American Evening News Anchor and reporter currently serving for CBS 17 News. Prior to serving for CBS 17 News, he also served as a news anchor and reported at KOMO-TV News in Seattle.
He began his journalism career for WCTI in New Bern, where he worked in the bureau in Jacksonville and covered Camp Lejeune. He was raised in Eastern North Carolina, was used to evacuating from hurricanes – but now, as a reporter, he was in the middle of the storm four times as hurricanes swept across North Carolina in his first year on the job.
Additionally, he also spent 13 years serving at WLOS in Asheville. He started in the bureau in Waynesville before moving to Asheville to report and anchor.
Moreover, he also served to the Pacific Northwest, where he served at KOMO-TV as a reporter and anchor. Besides that, he has also earned a 10-time Emmy Award winner and 27-time nominee, including winning several as a writer and reporter. Moreover, he also earned a four N.C. Associated Press awards.