Lori Geary

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Lori Geary is an American news anchor for WSB-TV in Atlanta and a former anchor for Headline News.

Lori joined WSB-TV in January 1998 while anchoring at CNN Headline News and anchored her high school newscast at North Allegheny High School in Pittsburgh. Lori majored in Broadcast Journalism at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Communications and graduated magna cum laude in three years.[1]

Lori started her first reporting job at WRDW-TV in Augusta, Georgia where she was quickly promoted to noon anchor and later moved to Raleigh, North Carolina where she covered politics and conducted some memorable interviews with Jesse Helms, Elizabeth Dole, and John Edwards.[1]

Lori won several awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Georgia Associated Press and is also proud of her two Emmy Awards that she received during her tenure at WSB.[1]

Lori is currently married and is an avid puppy lover as she enjoys spending time with her puppy Georgi.[1]