Robert Hadlock KXAN, Bio, wiki, Age, Wife, Salary, and Net Worth

Robert Hadlock Bio, Wiki

Robert Hadlock is an American journalist and anchor. Currently, he is the weeknight anchor on KXAN News at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. Hadlock has worked in his present position at KXAN since 1990, making him the longest continuously serving news anchor in Austin television.

Previously, he served as a television news anchor and reporter at KCRA Sacramento, KSLA Shreveport, LA, KPLC Lake Charles, LA, and KVUE in Austin. At KXAN, one of the most memorable and tragic was the tornado that hit the Williamson County town of Jarrell in 1997, taking 27 lives. In 2005, Hadlock reported from southeast Louisiana on the night of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall.

The following day he took KXAN viewers on the devastation in New Orleans aboard the station’s helicopter. Hadlock has also served on the boards of several community groups and organizations. He has also emceed numerous charitable functions for organizations such as CASA of Travis County, and Easter Seals-Central Texas, among others.

Robert Hadlock Age

He was born on June 24, 1955, in the United States of America. Hadlock is 67 years old.

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Robert Hadlock Height

He is a man of average stature. Hadlock stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (Approx. 1.75 m).

Robert Hadlock Family

He was born in the United States of America to his mother and father. Hadlock holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. However, information about his parents and/or siblings is not available at the moment.

Robert Hadlock Wife

Hadlock and his wife Kathy live in northwest Austin. Together, they are blessed with two adult daughters. Moreover, Hadlock and Kathy were named a “Power Couple” by Austin Monthly Magazine in February 2007.

Robert Hadlock Education

He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin. Hadlock is a Life Member of the Ex-Student’s Association. Furthermore, he also went to Europe as part of his broadcast journalism fellowship with the RIAS Berlin Commission in 2012.

Robert Hadlock KXAN

Hadlock has served as a television news reporter at KCRA Sacramento, KSLA, LA, KPLC Lake Charles, LA, and KVUE in Austin. Over the years, KXAN News has had a tremendous increase in viewers because of the ways and manners it reports breaking news events. One of the most memorable ones was the tornado that hit the Williamson County town of Tyler Jarrell claiming twenty-seven innocent lives. 
In 2003, Robert was the first journalist that was the exact scene in Nacogdoches when the Space Shuttle Columbia divided in Texas. Later after two years of that disaster, Hadlock covered the return to flight for the shuttle program live from the Johnson Space Center. One of his prowess in reporting, he has an extensive political reporting resume. Hadlock has reported more than five national conventions and two presidential inaugurals.
He also covered the late Pope John Paul II on three pilgrimages for KXAN, St. Louis in 1999, Cuba in 1998, and Toronto in 2002. During his notable career at KXAN-TV, Hadlock has worked on the boards of various community groups and organizations such as CASA of Travis County, Easter Seals-Central Texas, Catholic Charities, Hospice Austin, and the Greater Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce.

Hadlock’s Colleagues at KNAN include:

David Yeomans – meteorologist

Sydney Benter – Anchor

Kristen Currie –  meteorologist

Avery Travis – anchor

Sally Hernandez – anchor

David Yeomans – meteorologist

Jacqulyn Powell – anchor and reporter

Erin Cargile – investigative journalist

Jim Spencer – Chief Weathercaster

Robert Hadlock Salary

He is a KXAN anchor, there is no doubt, therefore, he earns a decent salary. Hadlock’s average salary is $83,645 per year

Robert Hadlock Net Worth

He earns his income through his career as a KXAN anchor. There is no doubt, therefore, that he has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Hadlock’s estimated net worth is $ 1 million.

Has Robert Hadlock Left Kxan

Hadlock is still an anchor for KXAN. Currently, he is the weeknight anchor on KXAN News at 5, 6, and 10 p.m.

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