Sam Bleiweis Biography
Sam Bleiweis is an American news anchor and reporter for WIS. She joined the WIS team in June 2015 as a reporter. You can find her in the field during the week covering local stories, and on the air during afternoon and evening shows bringing you the latest developments from the Alert Center. Sam was anchoring and reporting for Fox 40 News in Binghamton, New York. During her time in what she calls “the arctic tundra,” (she’s a native Californian, and her family now lives in Florida!) she anchored the station’s 10 PM show and covered big stories across the Southern Tier and upstate New York.
Sam Bleiweis Age
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Sam Bleiweis Personal Life
Apparently, information about her personal life has not yet been disclosed but you can find the (residual) athlete in her taking runs in, or in a loud, tough spin class. In her downtime, she loves trying out new recipes in her kitchen, or relaxing on the couch with a cup of tea, a good book, and her two kitties.
Sam Bleiweis Education
Sam spent her undergraduate career at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and graduated with degrees in History and Journalism.
Sam Bleiweis Career
Sam Bleiweis joined the WIS team in June 2015 as a reporter. You can find her in the field during the week covering local stories, and on the air during afternoon and evening shows bringing you the latest developments from the Alert Center.
Before making her way back down south, Sam was anchoring and reporting for Fox 40 News in Binghamton, New York. During her time in what she calls “the arctic tundra,” (she’s a native Californian, and her family now lives in Florida!) she anchored the station’s 10 PM show and covered big stories across the Southern Tier and upstate New York. Sam likes to be right in the middle of the action. She was in the center of the crowd when Binghamton University students hosted a massive protest against the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. She also followed and covered a local man’s 3rd murder trial that spread over multiple months and received extensive national coverage.
She was a four-year member of the Emory University Women’s Soccer Team, which was the runner-up team in the NCAA Championships in 2012. She was also an active member of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. While in college, Sam spent a summer interning at a local station in her hometown of Gainesville, Florida and learned how to be behind the camera and in front of it. During her senior year, she interned at WSB-TV, and also worked as a sideline reporter and color commentator for the Atlanta Silverbacks Professional Men’s Soccer Team.
Sam Bleiweis Net Worth
Bleiweis has an estimated net worth of $million, but the amount is yet to reveal and is still under review. His major source of income is his journalism career where he is working for years. According to some sources, a Journalist earns an average salary of $61k. Whereas a best news reporter makes the salary that ranges from $75k to $80k.
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Published: July 29, 2019, at 7:27 PM
BY: Sam Bleiweis
SHANDON, S.C. (WIS) – Michele and Russell Glass live on a quiet side street in suburban Shandon. But that quiet driveway made for an easy target for car thieves in the early morning hours of June 28th. “That’s exactly why we picked this neighborhood. Because it was a safe neighborhood and very family and people friend,” said Dr. Michele Glass. “It’s the best neighborhood I believe in Columbia. So we weren’t expecting anything like that to happen.”
On June 28th, as the Glass family slept, thieves quietly took their Jeep and their Land Rover from the driveway. They had to physically cut the cover off the Land Rover. The keys for one car was inside the other. “I felt violated. I couldn’t believe it happened,” said Russell Glass. “Someone actually stole our vehicles.”
The extra sting: because of this clear marking of both of their service. “We had purple heart plates on both our vehicles,” said Dr. Glass. “We’re both militaries. He retired after 20 years. When we noticed one vehicle was gone and then the other was gone, that was one of the biggest shocks [Neighbors said] how could they take your vehicles? Didn’t they see your plates?”
It’s a scene playing out across Shandon. Surveillance video showing would-be thieves attempting to open car doors in the early hours of the morning. According to the Columbia Police Department, in the month of June, there were seven car break-ins, 4 showing no sign of forced entry. Six were stolen and CPD says there was no sign of forced entry. In July, they said there has been one break-in and two grand larcenies. But the Glass family said their cars were locked. “I didn’t know who had done this and if we were being watched and if they were going to enter our home,” said Dr. Glass. “I felt violated and scared to go home at night and have to sleep in the home and not really be secure.” They were so fearful that they had to go spend two nights in a hotel.