Meet the News Center 7 staff who leads the No. 1 CBS affiliate in the country.
Working at WHIO-TV is a dream come true for me. From the time my father was transferred to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in the mid-1960s, my family always watched Channel 7.
Here at News Center 7 we always appreciate your company! I anchor the 5:00 pm, 5:30 pm and 6 pm newscasts with Cheryl McHenry and the 11 pm each weeknight.
I was never an early riser, but now I’m adjusting to life as a morning anchor. You can see me on News Center 7 Daybreak weekdays alongside Letitia Perry and Rich Wirdzek.
Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, Letitia Perry is a product of the public school system. After graduating from Meadowdale High School in Dayton, she went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast/Cinematic Arts at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant.
I was born in Dayton and grew up in Waynesville; the Miami Valley has been home all my life. I got my start at WPFB Radio in Middletown in 1977 after graduating from Eastern Kentucky University.
I’m thrilled to be in Dayton, where I grew up, serving my hometown newspaper and TV station.
I’m thrilled to be part of News Center 7 and have made the Miami Valley my second home. I’m originally from a small town just south of Columbus – Circleville, OH.
I became interested in broadcasting while still in school at Kettering's Fairmont East High School. I got my start in radio while I was still a senior at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio.
Hello everyone! You won’t see me as much as you used to in the TV newscasts, but I’m busy behind the scenes as the Managing Editor of the WHIO-TV/WHIO-Radio/Dayton Daily News Breaking News Team.
I’ve spent most of my adult life in Dayton and am excited to be a part of News Center 7’s talented team.
I’ve been with Cox Media Group Ohio since October 2011. I started with the company as a reporter for News Talk Radio WHIO, and quickly transitioned to the multi-platform Breaking News Team, which serves WHIO-TV, News Talk Radio WHIO and the Dayton Daily News.
I am proud to anchor the 4:30 a.m. news each weekday morning and then hit the streets to cover news in your neighborhood.
I’ve been with COX Media Group Ohio since April of 2010. I worked as a news anchor, reporter and as the co-host of Flyer Feedback for AM 1290 and 95.
I was born and raised in the Miami Valley and am glad to be working here. I’ve spent most of my career as a print reporter for Cox Media Group’s newspapers in Middletown and Hamilton.
Jim Otte has been investigating government spending since joining WHIO-TV in 1988. A native of Cincinnati, Otte began his career at radio stations in Oxford, Hamilton and Columbus.
I’m thrilled to be a part of the WHIO-TV news team! And I’m not far from home-- I grew up just a couple of hours north in Bucyrus, home of the annual Bratwurst Festival.
I am News Center 7's resident Longhorn (Hook 'Em!!!), now working deep in the heart of Flyer, Raider, and Buckeye country.
Joining the award winning News Center 7 team is an honor. WHIO-TV has a strong reputation for excellence, and I’m excited to contribute to the number one CBS station in the country.
Becoming one of News Center 7’s most experienced reporters wasn’t easy. In a world where moving up can often mean moving on, I’m proud to say I did it all right here.
I'm honored to have the chance to work at the #1 television station, not just in Dayton, but across the entire country!
Looking back, April of 1980 was a big moment in my life. That's when I joined WHIO-TV as a part-time stringer.
I joined WHIO News Team in August 2011. It is an honor to work for the #1 station, WHIO, doing what I love best!
I grew up in Massachusetts, where I experienced a lot of hard-hitting New England weather—powerful summer storms, torrential spring rains, and blizzards and Nor’easters in winter.
McCall Vrydaghs joined the Storm Center 7 team in September 2012 and will forecast the weather on weekends and on 7 Weather Now.
I joined WHIO-TV and the Storm Center 7 weather team as the weekend Meteorologist in July 2006 and then later I became the morning and noon meteorlogist.
I am thrilled to be a part of the Storm Center 7 team. WHIO is an outstanding news operation and I am happy to call the Miami Valley my new home.
Kyla Campbell joined WHIO-TV's Washington bureau in December 2012. She likes digging for news on Capitol Hill and covering how Washington, DC plays a role in stories that affect you.
Justin Gray joined WHIO-TV's Washington bureau in September 2013. He provides investigative and political reporting from DC as well as live coverage of breaking news in the nation’s capital.
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