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Liz Kotalik Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth and FOX 10 News 

Liz Kotalik is a Reporter at 9NEWS in Denver, Colorado. She is an Arizona native who joined the 9NEWS team in January 2018…

Liz Kotalik Biography

Liz Kotalik is a Reporter at 9NEWS in Denver, Colorado. She is an Arizona native who joined the 9NEWS team in January 2018.

Kotalik covers a variety of topics during her day: from the serious stories that break in the middle of the night, to the ones that put a smile on your face. she loves being a part of your morning routine, even if that means setting her alarm for 2 o’clock in the morning.

Liz graduated from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism in 2012 where she majored in broadcast journalism and minored in political science. She interned with CNN and 48 Hours but officially began her career as a multimedia journalist at KGUN9 in Tucson.

She later became the morning anchor on both ABC and the CW. During her time in Southern Arizona, she covered the border, crime, politics and human interest stories. She won an AP award for a piece she wrote about a tiny town enveloped by a mysterious, nation-wide hoax.

After three years in Tucson, Liz went home to Phoenix where she reported and anchored for the Fox 10 morning show she grew up watching. There, she covered wildfires and presidential visits, dance classes, and local charities.

Kotalik even went live from the first day of school at ASU (where she surprised her freshman sister with an impromptu local news cameo). This type of range is why Liz loves working on a morning show. She is so excited to continue that coffee-filled path here in Denver.

She is beyond honored to be a part of a newsroom filled with revered photojournalists, reporters, and anchors. Newsies everywhere admire the work here at 9NEWS, and it doesn’t hurt that it’s all happening in one of the most beautiful cities in the country.

In Liz spare time, she enjoys going on two-week exercise kicks. At some point in her life, she plans on running the New York City Marathon. She’s working on it…but, you’ll most likely see her eating pizza at Cart Driver.

Liz Kotalik Age

Liz Kotalik is an American broadcast journalist, anchor & reporter working for 9News in Denver, Colorado. She was born on December 30. 1989, in Arizona. Liz is 29 years old as of 2018.

Liz Kotalik Family

Liz was born in December 1989, she is originally from Arizona. The reporter attended the All Saints’ Episcopal Day School before going to Santa Monica College.

She graduated from Arizona State University in 2012, with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, with a minor in Political Science. Her parent’s details are not posted. The updated will be done soon.

Liz Kotalik Husband

She is in a relationship with Ryan Haarer(journalist). Ryan also works for the same station as her. The couple joined In August 2018. Kotalik had won an APTRA award for her work on an internet hoax in Mammoth, Arizona. She won “Best News Writing” for the piece.

Liz Kotalik Net Worth

Liz Kotalik is a Reporter at 9NEWS in Denver, Colorado. She is an Arizona native who joined the 9NEWS team in January 2018. She has an estimated net worth of $4million dollars as of 2019.

Liz Kotalik KGUN TV

After graduating from ASU, she was offered a role with KWBA/KGUN9-TV, an ABC affiliate in Tucson, AZ. She started from being a multi-media reporter post to finally being the morning news anchor.

She was grateful for the opportunities given by KGUN for close to 3 years. On moving to a new role outside of KGUN, Liz professed how much she would miss the station and Tucson. Liz said she had made many friends there and will miss them all as well as the margaritas at Mi Nidito.

Liz Kotalik Articles

A look at some of the most common forms of Identity theft (and how to protect yourself)

ktvb.com — MONEY It’s sad but true: There are criminals looking to use your name and get your money. But there are ways to make sure you don’t become a victim. COLORADO, USA — It’s not a matter of if, but when you become a victim of identity theft.

That’s according to Ralph Gagliardi, the agent in charge of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI) ID Theft, Fraud and Cyber Crimes unit.

A look at some of the most common forms of Identity theft (and how to protect yourself)

9news.com — LOCAL It’s sad, but true: There are criminals looking to use your name and get your money. But there are ways to make sure you don’t become a victim. COLORADO, USA — It’s not a matter of if, but when you become a victim of identity theft.

That’s according to Ralph Gagliardi, the agent in charge of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI) ID Theft, Fraud and Cyber Crimes unit.

A look at some of the most common forms of Identity theft (and how to protect yourself)

cbs19.tv — MONEY It’s sad but true: There are criminals looking to use your name and get your money. But there are ways to make sure you don’t become a victim.

COLORADO, USA — It’s not a matter of if, but when you become a victim of identity theft. That’s according to Ralph Gagliardi, the agent in charge of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI) ID Theft, Fraud and Cyber Crimes unit.

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Mesa firefighters rip apart jet for disaster training

MESA, Ariz. (KSAZ) – The scenario today is dismal as fire crews imagine passengers trapped inside this crashed gulf stream jet.

But a big problem is that this aircraft is unfamiliar and now the work begins to try to get inside and fast.

“This is low frequency, high-danger situation that could occur to us at any time,” Rich Kochanski said.

Which is why Mesa Battalion Chief Rich Kochanski says today’s training is about getting ready for anything, and testing what works and what doesn’t because the goal is to make a real-life response more efficient.

“Time is extremely important to us firefighters,” Rochanski said. “We’re not able to save a life it we can’t work quickly and access the patients.”

When it was fully operational, the plane was worth $160 million, but an Avondale business owner wanted to donate it to the Mesa Fire Department for just this purpose, and now, he gets a front-row seat to see its destruction.

Artur Niewiadowski owns a local aviation company and donated the jet on behalf of Damri Muay Thai MMA Gym. He originally bought this jet for its parts and what’s left over is used for this.

The importance, he says, cannot be underestimated.

“It took them almost 30 minutes to get into the plane from the other side,” he said. “Can you imagine if someone was in there and it was a life or death situation?”

A situation that, if real, may not have turned out well, but in the future, there’s the hope of a different outcome with firefighters ready for any unexpected moment.

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