Chris McKinnon is anchor of WBZ-TV News’ weekday morning (4:30-7AM) and noon newscasts with co-anchor Kate Merrill and AccuWeather meteorologist Danielle Niles.
McKinnon joined WBZ-TV News from KWTV News 9 in Oklahoma City, OK where he was a general assignment reporter since October 2011. Prior to KWTV, he was an anchor/reporter for KREX-TV in Grand Junction, CO.
McKinnon is a 2009 graduate of the University of Southern California where he earned a BA degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. While studying at USC, he worked at USC’s Annenberg TV News, and he had an internship at SiriusXM Radio.
McKinnon is a New England native who enjoys playing hockey and tennis, and he is a devoted fan of the USC Trojans. A self-proclaimed “foodie,” he is happy to be “home” in Boston and to be back enjoying the area’s outstanding restaurants.
Today, Saint Cyr Dimanche is a 23-year-old son of two loving parents in Worcester, studying international relations at Brandeis University. But he traveled a long and difficult road to get the where he is.
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Prices have been going up in Massachusetts and around the country.
The 70 musicians and color guard team boarded buses this past Friday morning to make the journey from Melrose to the nation’s capital to participate in the Memorial Day march.
The price signs with wine ratings for specific years didn’t match the actual bottle for sale on the shelf.
From sophisticated eyewear to biometric sensors, companies and universities in Massachusetts are making strides in developing wearable technology.
There are concerns emerging that all of these new pilots could confront an insurance issue if they have some type of accident.
The opioid crisis has made headlines across Massachusetts, but many parents are still completely unaware that their kids are at risk, or already doing drugs.
Companies are offering financial education classes and they are changing people’s lives.
Digital set-top boxes allow cable and satellite providers to record what shows air on the TVs in your home.