Holly Morris (television reporter)
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Holly Morris is a television reporter for WTTG in Washington D.C. since 1998. She is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. She graduated from Duke University in 1993 with a degree in civil engineering.
Morris anchors the morning newscast and does remote reporting during the early morning news covering community events where she often participates in the activities she reports on. She has won four regional Emmy awards for "Best Live Reporting" as well as a regional Edward R. Murrow award.
She has worked on the nationally syndicated radio show, the Don and Mike Show which show features a weekly "wheel of Holly" segment where tapes of her past features are played at random. In 2014, Morris helped to raise awareness of the disease ALS by participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge during a segment on Fox 5.
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