|Residence||Winchester, Massachusetts |
|Occupation||TV news anchor and journalist|
|Known for||news anchor woman for 7News Boston WHDH-TV |
|Spouse(s)||Scott A. Huff |
|Children||Hayden, Walker, and Tatum |
|Relatives||Alan Khazei (cousin) |
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.
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. In August 2007, she returned to her duties at WHDH-TV.
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.
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