Connie Colla

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Connie Colla is a television news anchor and show host.[1] She has anchored in San Diego, Phoenix, and Philadelphia, and has done weather reports on Weekend Today on NBC.

Colla was born in Great Falls, Montana and graduated from Montana State University.[2] She also was Miss Montana USA 1987.[citation needed]

Connie Colla is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and a former Board Member for The Associated Services For The Blind in Philadelphia. Most of her other charity work focuses on women and children. For eight years, she hosted "The Children's Miracle Network Celebration" for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Colla has been a guest host on The Fretz Kitchen, a nationally syndicated cooking show. She has won several Emmy awards for her work during her career.[3]

Colla moved to Arizona in 2013 to anchor the morning and midday news at KNXV-TV in Phoenix.[1]