Lori Fullbright Biography
Lori Fullbright is an American news anchor working each night for CBS together with Craig Day.
Before joining CBS, she worked for KSPR-TV, in Springfield, KTVO-TV in Kirkville, and KOMU-TV in Columbia. In 2015, she won the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters award. This was because of being the best investigative reporting for her story on a wedding ring destroyed by the ME’s office.
She also won the 2014 OAB award for best news feature for her story. Lori has also received the DARE achievement award and FHA/HERO Life Time achievement honor. Fullbright is a former board member of the international Association of Cold Case Investigators and Citizens Crime Commission. It operated the crime stoppers and alert neighbor programs. She is also a former member of Operation Hope Prison Ministry Board.
From the university of Missouri-Columbia Jornalism college, Lori graduated with a summa worthy degree in broadcast journalism.
Lori Fullbright Age
Fulbright was born on April 13, 1966. She was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States. As of 2022, she is 56 years old. Her zodiac sign is Aries. She is an American by profession and belongs to an unknown ethnicity.
Lori Fullbright Family
Fullbright has not shared any information about her family. She has not said the names or occupations of her parents. She has also not confirmed if she has sibling or not. Once she documents this information, we will update it.
Lori Fullbright Husband
Fullbright is married to his husband Kevin. Lori has not shared more details about her husband. She has not confirmed to us if she has any children. Once this information is disclosed, we shall inform you.
Lori Fullbright Height and Weight
Fullbright has an average height and a moderate weight. Her exact height and weight is still under review and will soon be updated.
Lori Fullbright Salary
Fullbright earns an annual salary of between $50k to $65k.
Lori Fullbright’s Net Worth
From journalism, Lori has been able to accumulate a net worth of $1 million as of 2022.
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