Michelle Roberts is the traffic reporter during the WBZ-TV News’ weekday morning newscasts at 4:30AM, 5AM, and 6AM and the general assignment reporter on the Noon newscast with co-anchors Kerry Connolly, David Wade, and Meteorologist Barry Burbank.
Originally from Chicago, Roberts previously worked as a weekend anchor and reporter at KGWN-TV in Cheyenne, Wyoming. In 2009, Michelle was promoted to primary anchor/producer before she began work at KSEE 24 in Fresno, California as a weekend anchor/producer and reporter.
In Cheyenne, Roberts has covered everything from the US Senate race to severe weather. Furthermore, Michelle has reported on a series of FBI marijuana raids in Fresno and the Sierra Nevada’s, and also on a massive wildfire that destroyed land near Yosemite National Forest.
Roberts graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a major in Media Studies and a minor in Gender and Women’s Studies. Michelle has traveled to Bangkok and Ghana as a women’s advocate and teacher under the volunteer organization Cross Cultural Solutions.
When she’s not working, Michelle is probably running around South Boston with her beloved dog, Ksee.
You can contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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