Amy Wadas KDKA, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Husband, Wedding, Salary, Net Worth

Amy Wadas Biography and Wiki

Amy Wadas is a beautiful and talented American news journalist currently working for KDKA News. She also worked for WPCW News before becoming a news reporter and fill-in anchor for KDKA News.

Amy Wadas Age | How old is KDKA Amy Wadas?

Wadas has not disclosed her exact age to the public.

Amy Wadas Birthday

It is not known when Amy celebrates her birthday.

Amy Wadas Height and Weight

Wadas stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with a weight of 65 kg (143 Ibs).

Amy Wadas Family

Wadas was born and brought up in the USA by her loving parents. However, she has not disclosed any further information on her family or her siblings.

Amy Wadas Education

Amy received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from Penn State University.

Amy Wadas Husband | Is KDKA Amy Wadas Married?

Wadas is currently married to her lovely husband, Jim Madalinsky. Jim is also a journalist who currently serves as an anchor and reporter at WTAE. Together, they share a child whose information is not disclosed yet.

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Amy Wadas Salary

KDKA News’ Wadas receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from her career as a news journalist.

Amy Wadas Net Worth | How Rich Is Amy Wadas?

Amy has an estimated net worth of $1 Million to $5 Million (Approx.) as of 2022, from her successful career as a journalist.

Amy Wadas Body Measurements

  • Full Names: Amy Wadas.
  • Age: Unknown.
  • Birthday: Unknown.
  • Height: 5 feet 8 inches
  • Husband: Jim Madalinsky.
  • Salary: $75,000 – $90,000
  • Net Worth: $1 Million to $5 Million (Approx.).

Amy Wadas KDKA Wikipedia

Wadas is a vastly recognized broadcast journalist who is currently working for KDKA-TV and WPCW-TV in Pittsburgh. Here, she serves both as a reporter and fill-in anchor. Most recently, she covered the 9/11 20th-anniversary commemoration in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

Likewise, Amy did an exclusive interview with the woman who had an affair with former congressman Tim Murphy. She also reported about the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting aftermath and Station Square train derailment. It is also known that she

Before coming to the station, Wadas worked at WCPO as a multimedia journalist and reporter. Furthermore, she served as an anchor, reporter, and producer for  WTRF, the CBS, ABC, and FOX affiliate. In addition, she anchored and produced the noon newscast and submitted reports for the evening newscasts.

Amy Wadas Awards

  • Four Emmy Awards
  • Three Golden Quill Awards

Amy Wadas Muck Articles

Seeking Death Penalty Against Couple Accused Of Hiding Baby’s Body In Bedroom Wall

The couple accused of hiding their deceased child’s body in their home’s wall is facing the death penalty, according to the Washington County District Attorney’s Office. READ MORE HERE: The District Attorney and legislators in Washington County are pushing to make concealing a child’s death a felony. Alan Hollis and Kylie Wilt were back in court on Friday morning.

Last year, a confrontation between the Washington County Clerk of Courts and Sheriff’s Deputies was captured on surveillance video.

KDKA-TV has obtained the first look at security video from inside the Washington County courthouse, which shows a fight between Clerk of Courts Brenda Davis and sheriff’s deputies last autumn. Amy Wadas of KDKA was the first local television reporter to get the video. READ MORE HERE: Despite PFA, a man is accused of breaking into his ex-Brownsville girlfriend’s home and assaulting her.

The South Strabane Fire Chief wants his department to be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The fire chief in South Strabane claims it took his crews eighteen minutes to respond to a fire that devoured the Thomas Campbell Apartments in December, killing one woman and displacing scores of people. The township has been discussing staffing his department 24/7 for years, according to the chief, and this fire has given them even more cause. In the next month or so, he hopes to be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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