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Andrea Flores Biography, Age, Career, CBS4, KCNC-TV And Twitter

Andrea Flores is an American journalist who was born and raised in California. She grew up a Denver Broncos fan. She attended the University of California.

Andrea Flores Biography

Andrea Flores is an American journalist who was born and raised in California. She grew up a Denver Broncos fan. She attended the University of California.

Andrea graduated in 2010 with a degree in Communication and Spanish. She was a member of the Alpha Phi sorority during her college years. Andrea loves running, hiking, cooking, trying new restaurants, and playing with her Goldendoodle, Barley.

Here are some of the facts about Andrea Flores;

Position: News Reporter
Year hired: 2016
Alma Mater: UC Davis (Go Aggies!)
Dream interview: Anthony Bourdain or Lucille Ball
Dream job: To be Anthony Bourdain
The job you would never attempt: Mathematician
Star sign: Pisces
Why I am a journalist: I love meeting new people and telling their stories.
Hidden talent: Claw Machine Prize Winner
Hometown: San Bernardino, CA
Hobbies: Running, working out, eating, watching “Friends”
Favorite food: Italian and Thai
Favorite music: Funk
Number of pets: My Goldendoodle, Barley
Favorite sports team: Denver Broncos
What one word best describes CBS4: Authentic
Least favorite household chore: Sweeping
Favorite word: Challenge
Least favorite words: My phone is about to die

Andrea Flores Age

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Andrea Flores Career | Andrea Flores CBS4 | Andrea Flores KCNC-TV

Andrea joined CBS4 back in May 2016. She was previously working as a reporter and anchor at KMTV located in Omaha, Nebraska. Before joining KMTV, she was a reporter and an anchor at KOLN in Lincoln.

While in KOLN, she received the Marsha Bangert Williamson Memorial Award from The National Federation of the Blind for her work on a story that revealed how city construction affected the blind and visually impaired. Her first reporting job was at KVII located in Amarillo, Texas.

She was an anchor and producer while living in the ” Lone Star State”. She got her big break as a production assistant at the Los Angeles duopoly, KCAL9/CBS2. She worked her way up as a fill-in assignment desk editor. She then became an undercover content producer for David Goldstein.

She rounded out her time in Los Angeles as a talent booker and segment producer for interview segments. High-profile celebrities, authors, politicians, and educators made appearances on segments she produced. The best career advice she ever got was from Julie Andrews.

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Bike To School Day Encourages Kids To Try Alternative Commuting Options

Source; denver.cbslocal.com

Students, staff, and parents at Lincoln Elementary School in Denver celebrated Bike to School Day on Monday. The national celebration was last Wednesday, but organizers rescheduled it because of snow last week.

Volunteers and parents set up obstacle courses, bike safety stations and a bike repair area for the morning and evening bike commute.

In the evening off-duty Denver police officers volunteered their time to close of streets in the area so Lincoln Elementary could move forward with their bike parade.

Way to Go, in conjunction with the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), promotes Bike to School Day in hopes of getting out the message that bike riding is a fun way to get around town.

They also encourage parents to consider biking to school with their kids. Way to Go believes healthy habits start with leading by example.

Way to Go believes getting kids to bike to school when they’re young gives them a sense of independence and makes them more open to alternative commuting options when they’re adults.

Way to Go says statistics show biking to and from school also helps get in more than half of the daily recommended activity for school-aged kids. They also say kids are more likely to perform better in school when they get the daily recommended activity.