Miranda Del Pozo FOX19 WXIX morning news reporter in Cincinnati - Tucson News Now

Miranda Del Pozo

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

I first joined FOX19 as the 10:00 producer in 2010. 

You may have seen me filling in on the anchor desk on the weekends, or with an occasional story on Sunday nights. 

Now, I'm excited to be the new Breaking News Reporter for the FOX19 Morning News.

Prior to joining FOX19, I spent many years at the Fox affiliate in Albany, Georgia where I was the Main Anchor for the 10:00 News. 

I have a Communications Degree from Bellarmine University in Louisville and am a proud graduate of Simon Kenton High School.  Go Pioneers!

When not working, I enjoy spending time with my husband Jorge and our daughter Allison.

If you have breaking news, send me and email, or post it to my Facebook page.

I look forward to working in my hometown, and if you see me out and about, feel free to say hello.

If you have any story ideas, email me at mdelpozo@fox19.com. Also be sure to like me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter.

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