Jamie Yuccas Biography and Wiki
Jamie Yuccas is an American award-winning Journalist, investigative reporter, and news anchor for CBS news. Jamie is a CBS News correspondent based in Los Angeles.
Jamie Yuccas Age and Birthday, How Old is Jamie Yuccas?
Jamie Yuccas is 38 years old as of 2020, She was born on August 3, 1982, in Minnesota, USA. Jamie celebrates her birthday on August 3.
Jamie Yuccas Height and Weight Loss
Jamie stands at an average height, She weighs a total of 132 pounds. She has been steadily losing weight judging by her recent pictures.
Jamie Yuccas Parents and Education
Jamie was born and raised in Minnesota, USA. Jami has not disclosed any information on her family, parents and siblings. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Jamie Yuccas Divorce
Yuccas was previously married to her ex-husband John Sheehan a regional business manager at “Starkey” which is a hearing Aid Company. Jamie and John tied the knot in 2007 but unfortunately divorced in 2017.
Jamie Yuccas Husband, Is Jamie Yuccas Married?
She is currently in a relationship with her new boyfriend Bobby Maslar. Bobby is a pilot at a local airline, they actually met at one of Jamie’s flights. They had a lot to say about each other. The post on Valentine’s Day on Facebook, had them both expressing their intimate feelings to let the world know about their relationship. Jamie quoted,
“Thank you for your love, Bobby Maslar! You always show up and stay by my side, even in the toughest of times. I appreciate all you do very much!”
The new love of her life, Boby Masler also replied with these words in the comment section;
“From the moment you walked on that jet, and our eyes met, my life was forever changed. I am grateful for your love. Happy Valentine’s Day!”.
Jamie Yuccas CBS This Morning
Jamie is currently a popular and well-respected reporter on CBS News, becoming their Los Angeles correspondent in August 2015. Previously, she worked as a reporter and journalist at WCCO-TV, the CBS affiliate in Minneapolis. Before that was an anchor, reporter, and producer for WBBH-TV in Ft Myers, Florida.
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Jamie Yuccas CBS News and Wikipedia
Yuccas is a CBS News correspondent based in Los Angeles. Yuccas joined CBS News as a New York-based correspondent for CBS Newspath in August 2015. Her reporting has been featured across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms.
During her time at CBS News, Yuccas has covered high-profile stories including Orlando’s Pulse nightclub shooting, the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, and the 2016 presidential campaign. Yuccas joined CBS Newspath from WCCO-TV, the CBS owned and operated station in Minneapolis where she had been a morning anchor and general assignment reporter since 2011.
While there, she won two Emmy Awards and contributed reporting to the “CBS Evening News” and “CBS This Morning” for breaking news stories in the Midwest, including flooding in Minot, N.D., the Minnesota state government shutdown, and winter weather and flooding across the region. She also won an Emmy Award for coverage of Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Previously, Yuccas was an anchor, reporter, and producer at WBBH-TV in Fort Myers, Fla. (2004-2011). She won a Florida Associated Press award for a feature story about a U.S. marshal operation. She began her career at KTTC-TV in Rochester, Minn. (2003-2004).
Jamie Yuccas Salary
Jamie receives an annual slary ranging from $60,000 to $176,166. According to Payscale, the average salary of the News Anchor at CBS corporation is $52, 116.
Jamie Yuccas Net Worth
Jami has an estimated net worth of $200,000-%500,000 as of 2020. She has amassed this amount from her career as a news reporter for CBS News and other networks.
Jamie Yuccas Haircut
Jamie is one of the most stylish journalists at CBS News, her glamorous haircut and classy fashion sense has attracted more and more of her viewers. With her trendy taste of fashion and her blonde hair chopped short Bob makes her appearance even more radiant and attractive.
Jamie Yuccas Los Angeles
It’s a public sharing of their most private struggles: insecurity, sexuality, friendship. Once a week, four California friends from high school sit in Thomas Pham’s bedroom and record their podcast “Teenager Therapy.””We’re kind of just giving them our experience and our situation just so they can get some context,” said Gael Aitor. The idea came to Aitor, 17, after hearing a relationship therapy podcast for adults.
A teenager from Arizona is about to join a very exclusive club as one of the few female Eagle Scouts. Victoria Rader, 17, always looked up to her Eagle Scout father and brother. So, when the more-than-100-year-old organization Boy Scouts of America allowed girls in, she joined. “I was really excited about it,” said Rader.
A teenager from Arizona is about to join a very exclusive club as one of the few female Eagle Scouts. Victoria Rader, 17, always looked up to her Eagle Scout father and brother. So, when the more-than-100-year-old organization Boy Scouts of America allowed girls in, she joined. “I was really excited about it because I had always wanted to be able to do the same program that the boys were able to do,” said Rader.
In Los Angeles, the wait to get tested for the coronavirus can take hours. That’s the case at the COVID-19 testing site at Dodger Stadium and across the country, where delayed results are also a problem. Emergency room doctors and nurses say they are running critically low on personal protective equipment — again. Among the states most overwhelmed is Arizona. “It’s July. We’ve known since February,” said Tucson Mayor Regina Romero.