Abby Theodros Bio, Age, Early Life, Career FOX5 And Net Worth.

Abby Theodros is a FOX5 reporter. She joined the station in December 2015. She was born on 12th January 1989. She comes to Las Vegas from Western Maryland, where she was a multimedia journalist and fill-in anchor for WHAG-TV.

Abby Theodros Biography

Abby Theodros is a FOX5 reporter. She joined the station in December 2015. She comes to Las Vegas from Western Maryland, where she was a multimedia journalist and fill-in anchor for WHAG-TV.

While in Maryland, her reporting assisted the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office to convict a mother in the death of her 21-month-old daughter. She also covered a wide range of stories used by both local and national media outlets.

How Old Is Abby Theodros

Abby was born on 12th January 1989. She is 29 years old as of 2019.

Abby Theodros Family

A native of California, she is thrilled to be back on the West Coast. When she’s not reporting, she loves spending time with her family, traveling, and live music.

She has kept her personal life off the cameras and hence there is no information about her family. Tough it will be updated as soon as it’s clear.

Abby Theodros Education

She earned her master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Medill at Northwestern University in December 2013. This was before she spent two years on the East Coast.

Abby Theodros Married

She is currently single although there is no information about her previous relationships and dating life.

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Abby Theodros Net Worth

She is a FOX5 reporter and journalist who is diligent in her career. Her estimated net worth is still under review but will be updated as soon as it’s clear.

Abby Theodros Career

She has worked in quite a number of media houses including: KVVU-TV (Henderson, NV), KASW-TV (Phoenix, AZ),WSFA-TV (Montgomery, AL), KPTV-TV (Beaverton, OR), WBTV-TV (Charlotte, NC), WXIX-TV (Cincinnati, OH), WFSB-TV (Hartford, CT),WAVE-TV (Louisville, KY), WOIO-TV (Cleveland, OH), WVUE-TV (New Orleans, LA), WMC-TV (Memphis, TN), and KFVS-TV (Cape Girardeau, MO) among others.

Some of her articles include:

Family members identify North Las Vegas homicide victim

fox5vegas.com — North Las Vegas police said a man was shot dead in a home on Tuesday night. Gabriel Stutzky / FOX5 NORTH LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — Family members identified 48-year-old Michael Jamerson as the man who was killed in Tuesday’s homicide inside a home in North Las Vegas.

By Abby: Henderson mom describes arrested Metro officer’s behavior

fox5vegas.com — HENDERSON, Nevada (FOX5) – A Las Vegas Metro police officer accused of lewdness with a child has posted bail, according to online court records. Matthew Terry, 27, is accused of lewdness with at least three child victims. “I never noticed any weird [behavior] on the [flag football] field,” Henderson flag football mom Joelene Null said. ” I never saw him act any different than what coaches would do.”

By Abby: Nevada Senate Democrats reveal long-awaited funding formula

fox5vegas.com — CARSON CITY, Nevada (FOX5) – Senate Democrats introduced a bill that would change the state’s 52-year-old school funding formula. Bill sponsor Senator Mo Denis (D-Las Vegas) called it a “modernized funding formula” that will address the needs of Nevada school districts in 2019. “The main difference is transparency,” Denis said. “It creates a fund where all the money goes into one place.

By Abby: Union: 5,000 teachers vote to authorize a strike in Clark County schools

fox5vegas.com — (FOX5 file) LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — The Clark County Education Association this weekend voted to authorize a strike for the next school year, pending the outcome of the 2019 Legislative session. In a release sent May 12, CCEA said the strike would be during the 2019-2020 school year “if the Clark County School District carries out threats of budget cuts due to lack of funding from the State during the current Legislative Session.”

By Abby: Tomato prices could soon soar in southern Nevada

fox5vegas.com — Mexico’s Economy Department said Tuesday that U.S. consumers could pay 38 percent to 70 percent more for tomatoes after the U.S. Commerce Department announced it would re-impose anti-dumping duties on Mexican imports.
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