Louisa Hodge

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Louisa Hodge
Hodge doing a interview during the Space Shuttle Endeavour travel to the California Science Museum

Louisa Hodge is an award winning Emmy winner and two-time Emmy nominee meteorologist/weather anchor/general assignment reporter for KCBS-2/KCAL-9 at CBS Studio Center in Studio City, Los Angeles, California. Previously she spent 2 years worked as a meteorologist/anchor/reporter for Independent TV KRON4 in San Francisco and prior to KRON4 she was a TV anchor and reporter for Tribune Fox affiliate KTXL in Sacramento, CA.[1] She was a weeknight reporter and weekend weather anchor for Fox 40 News at 10 with Teri Cox and Joe Orlando. Prior to her arrival at KTXL in November 2005, she was a co-host for "Wake Up!" on KNVN and KHSL-TV in Redding as well as a Field reporter and weather reporter for NCN for a period of time since former anchor Maureen Naylor left NCN for ABC O&O KFSN in Fresno, CA. Prior to KNVN/KHSL, Louisa worked at WPTV in West Palm Beach, FL as a photographer and worked as an intern at Good Morning America. Louisa is a Communications graduate from University of Vermont. Louisa currently resides in Marina Del Rey, Los Angeles area, California and enjoys traveling, snowboarding and exploring many outdooristic adventurisms.


  1. ^ "Louisa Hodge", KRON4 website