Kim Khazei

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Kim Khazei
Residence Winchester, Massachusetts [1][2]
Nationality American
Occupation TV news anchor and journalist
Known for news anchor woman for 7News Boston WHDH-TV [1]
Spouse(s) Scott A. Huff [1]
Children Hayden, Walker, and Tatum [1]
Relatives Alan Khazei (cousin) [3]

Kim Khazei is a news anchor woman for 7News Boston WHDH-TV and its sister station WLVI-TV (CW56).[4][5]

Career[edit]

Kim Khazei began her TV career at KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri, then worked for four years at KQTV in Missouri as an evening anchor and reporter.[6]

She became an evening news anchor for the NBC affiliates in Champaign, Illinois and later went to work at KOVR-TV in Sacramento, California as an anchor and reporter.[1][6]

Khazei came to Channel 7 in Boston, Massachusetts in January 1994 at the time when Sunbeam Television Corporation took over the station and introduced a "fast-paced, graphics-driven, and aggressive brand of local news" to the Boston market. She worked for the station's morning show and co-anchored the debut of WHDH's first 4 p.m. news.[1]

After being on personal leave since July 2001, she resigned in September 2001 to dedicate her full time to raise her children and be with her husband and family.[7] In August 2007, she returned to her duties at WHDH-TV.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Khazei is married to Scott A. Huff, a Bowling Green State University alumnus and a division manager for a medical technology company, and they have three children, Hayden (born 1994), Walker, and Tatum. They live in Winchester, Massachusetts.[1][2]

She is also the cousin of Massachusetts social entrepreneur and politician, Alan Khazei.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Diaz, Johnny, "And now, back to the news: Kim Khazei returns to TV after six years of anchoring the household", The Boston Globe, August 6, 2007
  2. ^ a b Schrock, Nancy, "HAPPY 100!", Black Horse Bulletin, Winchester Historical Society, v.34, no.1, January - March 2009
  3. ^ a b Heslam, Jessica, "Candidates' media kin honor 'firewall'", The Boston Herald, December 3, 2009
  4. ^ "Kim Khazei". WHDH. Retrieved 16 May 2011. 
  5. ^ "Bio: Kim Khazei", WLVI-TV News team.
  6. ^ a b "Biography: Kim Khazei", Boston Symphony Orchestra website
  7. ^ Jurkowitz, Mark, "Kim Khazei Resigns from CH.7", The Boston Globe, September 7, 2001