Whitney Ward is an American general assignment and an investigative reporter and co-anchor currently working for KREM 2 News at 10:00 and 11:00 weeknights.
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Whitney Ward Salary
Ward receives an annual salary of $ 60146 per year according to KREM 2 News anchors and reporter’s salaries.
Whitney Ward Net Worth
Ward has an estimated net worth of $ 1 Million.
Whitney Ward KREM 2 News
Ward is an American general assignment and an investigative reporter and co-anchor currently working for KREM 2 News at 10:00 and 11:00 weeknights. She began working at KFYR, the NBC affiliate in Bismarck, North Dakota. She worked as a reporter and weekend anchor for three years, covering politics and countless National Guard stories for military operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
She later moved to the CBS affiliate in Youngstown, Ohio, where she served as the main evening anchor at WKBN. Her work allowed her to cover two Presidential elections, numerous tornadoes, and countless stories about crime, politics, and business.
She also spent two years as the main anchor for KEPR-TV in the Tri-Cities. She was later honored by the Society of Professional Journalists with an “Excellence in Journalism” award for Investigative Reporting after helping expose a $ 1.7 million fraud case in the Franklin County Public Works Department. She first joined KREM News in 2013 and worked on shedding light on government resources, university cover-ups, and toxic chemical contamination.