Lynette Romero Bio | Wiki
Lynette Romero is an American reporter and anchor. She currently serves as a news anchor at KTLA 5. Before joining KTLA, Lynette served as an anchor and also reported at KUSA-TV based in Denver. She served the station for a period of ten years. Additionally, Lynette spent almost a year reporting for KVUE-TV, KUSA-TV’s sister station based in Austin, Texas.
While working in Denver, her role included covering the 1993 papal visit, the standoff in Waco, as well as covering the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Lynette is an active member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. She is also an advisory board member for the University of Colorado School of Journalism/Mass Communication.
She also teaches reporting and also an anchoring class for UCLA Extension. Much of her leisure time is spent in the community speaking at local schools and also appearing at public events. For several years, Lynette served as an MC ( master of ceremonies) for the Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon, and the Lawyers for Literacy Spelling Bee among other events
Lynette Romero Age | Birthday
She was born on February 2, 1967, in Denver, Colorado, United States of America. Lynette is 55 years old.
Lynette Romero Height
She is a woman of average stature. Lynette stands at a height of 5 ft 4 in ( Approx 1.6m).
Lynette Romero Family
She was born on February 2, 1967, in Denver, Colorado, to her father Andy Andelecio, and her mother Viola Lydia Romero. However, Lynette has not shared any information about her siblings.
Lynette Romero Husband
She is a married woman. Lynette married the love of her life called David Angulo The two met each other for the first time in January 1994 and wedded on July 11, 2003. The couple is blessed with a daughter named Olia who was born on August 2, 2005. Lynette and her adorable family live in Los Angeles.
Lynette Romero Education
She graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo with a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism/ broadcast news
Lynette Romero Ktla
She serves as a reporter as well as an anchor at KTLA 5. Lynette is responsible for anchoring Morning News. She joined the KTLA news team in January 1999. Her first role there was to serve as a general assignment reporter. During her first year at the station, Lynette won the prestigious Golden Mike Award presented by the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California for producing and also reporting the KTLA News series called “Public Schools: Working the System.”
From August 2000 to October 2004, Lynette worked as a co-anchor for “KTLA Prime News,” Along with her news colleagues, they won a second Golden Mike for their best 60-minute evening newscast. She also holds a local Emmy Award due to her best feature news reporting. In 2006, Lynette won a local Emmy as well as a Golden Mike Award due to her work as a reporter and anchor for the show called “Access L.A. – The Latino Experience”. Additionally, Lynette won A local Emmy as reporter and producer for the five-part series called “From Farm to Fork.”
Lynette’s colleagues at Ktla include:
Rick Chambers– anchor
Samantha Cortese– anchor
Liberte Chan– meteorologist
Lynette Romero Weight Loss | Weight Loss Surgery
Her weight loss journey was one of the most discussed-about topics in the celebrity weight loss world in June 2020. Lynette lost more than 40 lbs or 18.14 kg in a period of six months. After her slender look, most of her fans wanted to know if she was sick and how she managed to lose all that weight.
Lynette Romero Diet
One of the earliest weight loss diets Lynette remembers doing was while in fourth grade. Since then, she has been going up and down and trying out all the diets. Finally, she found the one working well for her and her colleagues. Well, the answer she gave to her fans who asked about her weight loss was INTERMITTENT FASTING. Lynette began fasting and voila, the results within six months was that her weight was down by 40 lbs. After completing her six months stint, Lynette had shed around 70 lbs or 31.75 kg in total.
Lynette Romero Restaurant
Her Family Opens a Restaurant in Huntington Beach on July 22, 2018. A few KTLA reporters and other staffers spent their day off while supporting a new venture by their own Lynette. The grand opening of Jimboy’s Tacos was aired live at KTLA-tv station.
Lynette Romero Helicopter Crash
The Emmy Award-winning news anchor was missing from her usual anchoring desk. Her viewers were surprised to see that Lynette had not made an appearance on her show. Shortly after, the news house announced that Lynette had got into an accident.
It was reported that Lynette had to get 11 stitches after a chandelier fell on her. Her viewers were quick to wish her a speedy recovery on social media.
On Apr 22, 2018, Lynette posted @LynetteRomero. The tweet read Yep. When I was a reporter in Colorado. Crashed on Pikes Peak. We all survived
Lynette Romero Chris Burrous
Chris Burrous was a KTLA anchor. He was born on January 11, 1975. He died on December 27 2018 at the age of 43 years. On Feb 23, 2019, Lynette tweeted @LynetteRomero. The tweet read KTLA Anchor Chris Burrous Died of Meth Toxicity; Death Ruled Accidental: Coroner’s Office – KTLA Following his death, it was a teary Saturday morning for the news crew at KTLA 5, as they remembered how they related to Chris. The morning show opened Saturday with a video of Chris and co-anchor Lynette flipping radio channels in his car and singing loud and proud.
After the camera returned to the newsroom, Lynette, Liberte Chan, and Dayna Devon were clad in black and wiping away tears while laughing. The co-anchors reminisced about their favorite moments with Chris including home videos of him and his daughter, Isabella, showing clips from his favorite recurring segment, “Burrous Bites” where Chris took viewers to L.A.’s smaller eateries and past newscasts where he stole the show with his quick wit.
Lynette Romero Ktla Email
You can contact Lynette at [email protected]
Lynette Romero Salary
Her main source of income is her role as a news anchor at KTLA 5. Lynette earns an average salary of $69,856 per year.
Lynette Romero Net Worth
She has accumulated decent wealth from her career as a journalist. Lynette has a net worth of $897,345.
How Did Lynette Romero Lose Weight
Well, the answer she gave to her fans who asked about her weight loss was INTERMITTENT FASTING. Lynette began fasting and voila, the results within six months was that her weight was down by 40 lbs. After completing her six months stint, Lynette had shed around 70 lbs or 31.75 kg in total.
How Much Does Lynette Romero Make
Her main source of income is her role as a news anchor at KTLA 5. The journalist earns an average salary of $69,856 per year.