Mike Bush

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Mike Bush is an American news anchor and former sports reporter for KSDK-TV (NBC) in St. Louis, Missouri.

Career[edit]

At the time of this writing, Bush is the anchor for Newschannel5's 5, and 10pm newscasts. He moved to the news anchor desk in 2003 after 18 years as the station's Sports Director. From 2001 to 2003, Bush had co-anchored the Sunday newscasts with Kay Quinn, whom he still co-anchors with on the 6 p.m. weekday newscasts.

Awards[edit]

Bush has won numerous awards including more than 50 regional Emmy's for his anchoring, reporting and writing. He's also won more than a dozen Edward R. Murrow awards including a national Murrow award in 2009 for reporting. In addition, he's won a dozen AP/Illinois and Missouri Broadcasters Association awards for excellence and a Telly award for producing the National Sportsmanship Awards for CBS College Sports.

Personal Life[edit]

Bush is Jewish. He currently lives in Chesterfield, Missouri and is married to his wife Claudia. The couple have two adult sons.

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