Leslie Lowe Biography
Leslie Lowe is KXLY4 News’ weekend weather anchor. She started her career with KXLY in 2002 with radio and found her home in T.V a few years later.
Leslie Lowe Age
She has managed to keep her personal detail off the cameras and hence there is very little information known about her early life and her birth year. However, this information will be updated as soon as its clear.
Leslie Lowe Education
Lowe attended Central Oregon Community College, The American School of Broadcast and MSU (Go Bulldogs).
Leslie Lowe Husband
Lowe is a married woman. She and her husband Brent have five children, one son in law and a beautiful Grandson! Leslie loves to travel and has been to almost every state in the U.S, through Europe, and to Mexico. She also enjoys running, Pilates, good movies, chocolate and hanging out with the family!
Leslie Lowe Career
Leslie Lowe began her career in radio before transitioning into television in 2003. She joined the KHQ news team in December of 2008, just in time to kick off the snowiest winter on record for Spokane. Leslie is the lead forecaster for KHQ and joined Spokane’s number one morning show in September 2013.
Being a part of our community has been very important to Leslie for many years. Helping raise thousands of dollars for Special Olympics by taking the “Polar Plunge” and going “Over the Edge” rappelling down Spokane’s tallest building. She enjoys emceeing numerous events for Spokane’s Lilac Association, Spokane Valley Firefighters, The Girl Scouts, Meals on Wheels, Providence Health Care and Susan G. Komen’s “Race for a Cure”.Leslie Lowe Photo
Her career highlight was interviewing Jimmy Fallon, right before he took over “The Tonight Show “.
Leslie Lowe Net Worth
Currently, We don’t have enough information about Cars, Monthly/Yearly Salary, since she is a very secretive and personal person. However, this information will be updated soon.
Leslie Lowe Quits Chronicle Herald Over Refugee School Story
“No retraction or apology was going to change the way I felt.”
A week after it published that pathetic story about Chebucto Heights school, the fallout for the Chronicle Herald continues. Lezlie Lowe—the award-winning journalist, j-school professor and Coast contributing editor—used her column in today’s Herald to announce she is quitting the columnist job. Effective immediately. Because the Chebucto Heights story made her lose faith in the paper of record’s journalism. The story lays bare the worst of the worst xenophobia in our city and our province. It lacks all proportion. Balance eludes it, start to finish.
Journalists and citizen journalists alike have a responsibility to recognize and manage the great power they hold. That didn’t happen, here. Not even close.
In a rare move, Herald publisher Sarah Dennis also wrote a piece for today’s paper. While apologizing about the school story, Dennis singles out Lowe. In today’s edition, freelance columnist Lezlie Lowe writes a farewell column explaining why her strong feelings about the mistakes we made have led her to end her association with the paper.
We are very sorry to lose Lezlie as a talented columnist, but we respect her decision.
Clearly, Dennis sees Lowe’s resignation for what it is: A huge statement. And a huge loss. The HTU asked me, and all other columnists and freelancers, in a Jan. 7 open letters, to “avoid getting involved” in the about-to-boil-over labor dispute.
“Make it known that you will not file material or take new assignments until we are back at work with a contract in hand,” the letter urged. That’s not avoiding involvement. That’s joining the strike.
The HTU was asking me to quit my non-unionized job to allow union members to have a better stab at keeping theirs. That was beyond the bounds of solidarity for me.
In other words, she felt that the Halifax Typographical Union not only didn’t have her back, but it wanted to stick a knife in her back. No wonder she stayed.
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