Nancy Loo

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Nancy Loo (born 1965) is a Taiwanese American television newscaster who is a reporter/fill-in anchor at WGN-TV in Chicago. The news anchor was born in Hong Kong. Loo worked for WABC-TV in 1994 as a health reporter. She was promoted to Eyewitness News morning and noon co-anchor in 1996 and anchored first with Harry Martin.[1] Robb Hanrahan became her next co-anchor and David Ushery was her third co-anchor at WABC-TV. During her tenure at Eyewitness News, she went into labor on air with her second child and has won local emmys.[2] Loo was dropped from the morning show in 2000 and from the noon show and the station in 2001. Prior to joining WABC-TV, she worked in many different parts of the world. After she left WABC-TV in New York City, she joined WFLD-TV Channel 32, the Fox station in Chicago.[1] There, she anchored the morning news from 5 a.m. to 6 a.m. and the noon news, until February 2010.[3] In May 2010, it was announced that she would be joining WGN-TV as a reporter/fill-in anchor.[4] She speaks fluent Cantonese and still is active in helping the Asian community in Chicago.


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