Denise Valdez Husband, KLAS, Bio, Age, Las Vegas, Weight Loss, News Anchor, Height, Salary and Net Worth

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Denise Valdez Biography and Wikipedia

Denise Valdez is an American award-winning journalist currently serving as an evening news anchor at KLAS-TV 8 News Now in Las Vegas. She joined KLAS-TV in 2006. In June of 2018, she led a team of journalists to moderate the Nevada Democratic Gubernatorial debate and did the same in November of 2016, with the United States Senate debate.

Denise Valdez Education

Denise finished her high school studies at Granada Hills High School. She then earned a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Pepperdine University.

Denise Valdez Age

How old is Denise? Valdez is 54 years old as of 2024. She was born on October 24, 1970, in the United States. Her birthday is celebrated on 24th October every year. Her zodiac birth sign is Libra. READ: Dennise Isaac 

Denise Valdez Height

Valdez stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches. She also maintains an average body weight of around 69 kilograms. However, details about her other body measurements are still under review.

Denise Valdez Parents

Valdez was born and brought up in a suburban neighborhood situated in the United States. However, information regarding her mother and father is currently not available. This is because Denise is known for keeping her personal family information away from the public. Therefore, more details about her parents will be shared once it is confirmed available.

Denise Valdez Husband

Is Denise Married? Valdez is happily married to her husband, Donald Bowman. The two love birds exchanged vows in front of close friends and family in a private wedding ceremony that was held in Nevada. Denise seems to be happy and content with her marriage. That’s why she likes to keep all the details about her marriage to herself. As such, it is difficult to determine whether she has kids or not. READ: Tim Drawbridge

Denise Valdez Salary

Valdez working as the Chief Washington correspondent for KLAS News 8 based in Las Vegas, Nevada earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $56,500 – $120,000.

Denise Valdez Net Worth

Denise is an American journalist anchor and reporter with an estimated net worth of around $1 million

Denise Valdez KSAT

After her college graduation, Denise began her career in journalism as an intern at KSAT News 12 in San Antonio, Texas back in 1994. Later, she was hired as a  full-time news anchor and reporter because of her hard work. Denise left KSAT in 2000 to join KXAS-TV in Fort Worth Texas.

Denise Valdez News Anchor | KLAS-TV Channel 8 Las Vegas

Denise serves as a co-anchor for 8 News Now at 5 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm. With an impressive track record, she is a four-time Emmy winner, contributing to the team’s success in categories such as Best Morning Newscast, Best Coverage of a Special Event, and Best Breaking News Coverage. Notably, Denise clinched the Emmy for Best Anchor in the Pacific Southwest Region in 2014 and 2009. READ: Holly Gregory

Her journalistic excellence extends beyond awards, as she earned her first Emmy in 2007 for the acclaimed ‘Cool at School’ series, focusing on positive programs in Clark County schools. Recognized by Vegas Seven as the ‘Best Anchor’ in 2015, Denise was also inducted into the Nevada Broadcasting Association’s ‘Hall of Fame’ in 2013, acknowledging her two decades of outstanding journalism.

Denise has been a pivotal figure during significant events, including anchoring marathon coverage for KLAS, such as the 1 October Shooting, the Las Vegas strip pedestrian crash, Presidential visits, and the Fatal Shootings and Funerals of Metro Officers Henry Prendes and Igor Soldo.

Her leadership is evident in moderating key debates, such as the Nevada Democratic Gubernatorial debate in June 2018 and the United States Senate debate in November 2016. She covered the tragic October 2017 mass shooting, the worst in American history, and provided extensive coverage during Nevada’s destructive firestorm in July 2013, where 58 lives were lost and 28 thousand acres were charred. Denise’s commitment to journalistic integrity and her role in shaping news coverage makes her a respected figure in the field.