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Emily Sinovic is an American Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter. She joined KCTV5 News on January 2017. She was born and raised in Kansas city

Emily Sinovic Biography

Emily Sinovic is an American Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter. She joined KCTV5 News on January 2017. She was born and raised in Kansas City, graduated from Notre Dame de Sion High School and went to school in Evanston, IL where she graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. After school, Emily worked in Evansville, IN and Tulsa, OK where she headed up the investigative reporting team and spent time anchoring on the weekends. Most recently, she went to the Pacific Northwest to report in Portland, OR.Other famous news personalities include: Karen Fuller

Emily Sinovic Age

After nearly six years at Portland, Oregon’s KOIN-TV, Emily Sinovic has parted ways with the station to join KCTV-TV as an investigative reporter. Sinovic has also been a reporter for WDAF-TV and KOKI-TV. Follow KCTV-TV on Twitter. Sinovic maintains a low profile, hence there is no provided information about her age, this information will be updated soon.

Emily Sinovic Height

Emily stands at a fair height and fair body weight.

Emily Sinovic Family

Emily was born and raised in Kansas City, graduated from Notre Dame de Sion High School and went to school in Evanston, IL where she graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. After school, Emily worked in Evansville, IN and Tulsa, OK where she headed up the investigative reporting team and spent time anchoring on the weekends. Most recently, she went to the Pacific Northwest to report in Portland, OR. Not much known about her family, this information will be updated soon

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Emily has been honored by the Mid-America Emmy Chapter, the Heartland Emmy Chapter, the Oklahoma Associated Press, and the Society of Professional Journalists for her documentary and investigative work. When she’s not at work, you probably find the die-hard sports fan at a University of Kansas basketball, Kansas City Royals, Sporting Kansas City or Kansas City Chiefs game (or screaming/cheering in front of a TV). Emily is grateful to be part of the KCTV5 News team in her hometown.

The information about her husband has not been revealed, this information will be updated soon.

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Sinovic is an Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter. She joined KCTV5 News in January 2017.

Emily was born and raised in Kansas City, graduated from Notre Dame de Sion High School and went to school in Evanston, IL where she graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. After school, Emily worked in Evansville, IN and Tulsa, OK where she headed up the investigative reporting team and spent time anchoring on the weekends. Most recently, she went to the Pacific Northwest to report in Portland, OR.

Emily has been honored by the Mid-America Emmy Chapter, the Heartland Emmy Chapter, the Oklahoma Associated Press, and the Society of Professional Journalists for her documentary and investigative work.

When she’s not at work, you probably find the die-hard sports fan at a University of Kansas basketball, Kansas City Royals, Sporting Kansas City or Kansas City Chiefs game (or screaming/cheering in front of a TV).

Emily is grateful to be part of the KCTV5 News team in her hometown.

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Reflecting on Hurricane Katrina as Tropical Storm Barry approaches

FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) — As of Friday, the hope is Tropical Storm Barry will not reach nearly what Katrina became, as a category five hurricane, but survivors, including those who ended up relocating in Kansas City, said, if they learned anything, it was never to underestimate a storm. “The siding was gone, the roof was completely gone,” George Colon survived Hurricane Katrina, said.

Part 13: Property tax assessments skyrocket in Jackson County, so why is a mansion valued so low

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) – Online pictures of a Jackson County property show nothing more than a simple dirt road, but a tip to the KCTV5 News investigative team turned up a lot more questions. Like many other properties in the county, the appraised tax value increased in the last assessment, though not to the level of many other homes.

Local group sets up hotline to report police abuse

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) — Activists, church leaders, members of the More Squared Social Justice Organization, and family members of alleged victims are canvasing a neighborhood, telling them about a new hotline they said the city and police department should have set up a long time ago. More than a year ago, after the scandal broke about, now retired Kansas City, Kansas Police Detective Roger Golubski was accused of sexually assaulting and abusing women, often in the black community.

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