Adam Aaro Biography
Adam Aaro is an American Television Personality, Anchor and Reporter currently working as a co-anchor with Megan ORourke for ABC 22/FOX 45 since January 2016. Adam worked at KTTC-TV in Rochester, Minnesota as the weekend anchor. He also worked as a reporter at WBAY-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin. While in Green Bay, Adam covered everything from the aftermath of a devastating tornado to Brett Favre’s trade from the Packers.
Adam Aaro Age
Aaro was born on May 15, 1971, Minnesota, U.S. He is 48 years old as of 2019.
Adam Aaro Education
Adam attended and graduated from The University of St. Thomas with a degree in Journalism. Adam is proud to produce a weekly segment highlighting the good happening in the Miami Valley called “Someone You Should Know”.
Adam Aaro Wife
Adam is married to his wife Jackie. Adam is a huge Minnesota sports fan. He also is thrilled to be living where you can sample some of the best-brewed beer in the world.Adam Aaro Photo
Adam Aaro Children
Aaro and his wife Jackie have three daughters, one daughter Sylvie Elizabeth, born in April of 2011. In their spare time, Aaro’s love to go on hikes and explore the beauty of Central Oregon.
Adam Aaro Career
Adam started working for NewsChannel 21 in March of 2009 and for several months co-anchored NewsChannel 21 at Sunrise. Prior to coming to Bend, Adam worked as a reporter at WBAY-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin. While in Green Bay, Adam covered everything from the aftermath of a devastating tornado to Brett Favre’s trade from the Packers.
Before Dayton, he worked as a weekend evening anchor at sister station, WSYX/WTTE for 3 years. Along with anchoring, he also reported and helped produce several “On Your Side” segments. One of those stories centered on sports-related concussions and was awarded an Ohio Valley Emmy.
Before moving to Ohio, he called Central Oregon home. At KTVZ in Bend, he first worked as a morning co-anchor and then transitioned into an evening co-anchor role. She has also worked as a reporter at WBAY in Green Bay, Wisconsin and as a weekend anchor/reporter at KTTC in Rochester, Minnesota.