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Angie Hendershot Biography
Angie Hendershot is an American news anchor and reporter for ABC12 News at 5, 6 and 11 p.m. Hendershot is a National Edward R. Murrow and Emmy winning reporter who has been part of the ABC12 news team for more than 15 years.
Angie Hendershot Age
Angie grew up in Davison, though the details about her age are unknown and also her place of birth
Angie Hendershot Salary and Net Worth
Details about Hendershot’s salary are not known but has been able to accumulate an estiamated net worth of $500k U.S. dollars.
Angie Hendershot Husband
Angie and her husband live in Genesee County with their two sons.
Angie Hendershot Education
Angie who grew up in Davison, did her undergraduate studies at Central Michigan University. She double majored in political science and broadcasting. Angie also holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Before joining the ABC12 news team as a general assignment reporter in 1996, she worked the weekend anchor desk at WLNS-TV in Lansing.
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Angie Hendershot Career
Angie was recognized in 2010, with a national Edward R. Murrow Award in the hard news category for her report on Baby Court – a program in Genesee County designed to put broken families back together. The series also won two Emmy awards, two Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, the American Judicature Society’s Toni House Journalism Award and the Wade H. McCree, Jr. Award for the advancement of justice.
Her investigation into the death of 4-year-old Dominick Calhoun in 2011, was honored with an Emmy, a regional Edward R. Murrow Award and an Associated Press Award for best news documentary. Angie was also honored with the Associated Press award for best investigative reporting for her story about a delay in Flint Police response times.
She has won seven Emmys and numerous Associated Press and MAB awards during her time at ABC12, including an award for breaking news in 1999 for her coverage of the Clara Barton nursing home explosion in and a 2003 follow-up investigative report on the Clara Barton nursing home explosion.
Angie also received the 2004 community service award from Big Brothers/Big Sisters for ABC12’s work with Monday’s Child – stories done by Angie that air Monday during ABC12 News at Noon and at 5 p.m. to help match children with mentors.
Currently, Angie is a member of the Weiss Advocacy Center Board of Directors – an organization that works to prevent child abuse and help survivors become children again. She is also co-founder and co-director of The Flint Diaper Bank, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free diapers to needy families in the greater Genesee County area.