|Occupation||Television news anchor|
|Awards||1984 Peabody Award
1980 duPont Award
Clarice Tinsley (born December 31, 1954) is an American broadcast journalist. In November 1978, she moved to the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex to anchor the ten o'clock news for KDFW. In 1979 the six o'clock news was added to her duties. As of 2012, she is the longest-serving news anchor in the Dallas/Fort Worth television market.
In the 1980s, her work on "A Call For Help," an investigative reporting series on problems with Dallas' 911 emergency system, earned KDFW both a Peabody Award in 1984 and a 1980 Alfred I. duPont–Columbia University Award for investigative journalism.
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