Reggie Aqui (born 1977) is an anchor and reporter for KGW Newschannel 8, the NBC affiliate in Portland, Oregon, joining the station in 2011. He previously worked as a reporter or anchor for television stations in several other large cities, including Milwaukee and Houston, and spent four years with CNN before moving to KGW.
Starting in 1998, Aqui worked as a reporter for WKYT-TV, in Lexington, Kentucky, and subsequently as a reporter or anchorman for WLUK-TV, in Green Bay, Wisconsin; WDJT-TV, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and KHOU-TV, in Houston, Texas. In 2007, Aqui began working for CNN, as an anchor for live online news reports. He was also a news anchor for CNN International. He came to KGW in 2011.
Early life and education
Aqui was born in Hawaii. He graduated from Perry Hall High School (Baltimore, Maryland) in 1995. While a high school senior, he participated in a program for aspiring journalists, involving WBAL-AM and called the High School Correspondent Program. After high school, he attended the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, earning a bachelor's degree.
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