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Lydia Camarillo is a multimedia journalist, excited to explore Wildcat Country. She's a former military brat, who was born in Spain. Now, Lydia is glad to be near her family that lives right here in Tucson.
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Email Teresa | Facebook | Twitter Teresa Jun joined the KOLD news team in 2006. She anchors the 5 p.m. newscast on weeknights. Teresa received a 2011 Emmy award in the category of "Spot News Reporting."
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Email Dan Find a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life. That's exactly how I feel about my chosen career in journalism. I've been anchoring and reporting stories at KOLD News 13 since
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Upon joining the wild world of television in 1996, Craig Thomas was told it's not a job, it's a lifestyle. He loves the lifestyle. Craig came to Tucson from Toledo, Ohio, where he was a part of an Emmy-winning
Brooke is an award-winning communicator with 23 years of media experience. She has worked as a television anchor and reporter in Colorado, Texas, Pennsylvania, and California, but she is thrilled to finally be in Arizona!
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