Andy Dominianni

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Andy Dominianni
Education Kalamazoo College
Occupation Television Anchor
Years active 1994–present

Andy Dominianni (born January 10, 1972) is an American television journalist[1] who is currently the primary evening anchor at WWMT(CBS) Newschannel 3 in Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo, Michigan.[2] He has also served as an anchor at WCCO[3](CBS) in Minneapolis, WSYX[4](ABC) in Columbus, Ohio and WCCB[5](FOX) in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Dominianni graduated from Kalamazoo College with a degree in Psychology and in 2011 co-authored, along with his wife Erin, a regional history book from Arcadia Publishing entitled Columbus Italians.[6]

He has won numerous journalistic and public service awards, is active with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Michigan, The Community Healing Center [7] and is a frequent emcee and guest speaker at charitable events statewide. Dominianni also dabbled briefly in acting as a child and played the role of The Scoreboard Kid in the 1988 Orion Pictures feature film Eight Men Out[8] starring Charlie Sheen, John Cusack and D.B. Sweeney.

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