Karen Anderson Biography
Karen Anderson is an award-winning journalist and member of WCVB’s 5 Investigates, the station’s enterprising and in-depth investigative unit. Karen’s focus is covering political stories in the region, as well as breaking news for NewsCenter 5.
Karen Anderson Age
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Karen Anderson Education
Karen grew up in Concord, MA and graduated from Brown University, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in History. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, golf, skiing, waterskiing and cheering on Boston sports teams.
Karen Anderson Career
Karen joined the station in 2014. she has worked as an investigative, political and general assignment reporter for more than 20 years. However, she has covered terrorism, including the Boston Marathon Bombing. The opioid crisis, the deadly nationwide meningitis outbreak caused by the New England Compounding Center, MBTA winter storm meltdown of 2015 and the financial collapse of the Boston Grand Prix INDYCAR race planned for downtown Boston.
Karen covered the search for the killer of a toddler known as “Baby Doe” and received a 2016 Boston/New England Emmy award, along with 5 Investigates reporter Kathy Curran, for coverage of the case.
Karen interviewed every major presidential candidate from 2000 to 2012, covered notorious Boston gangster Whitey Bulger’s arrest, the State Drug Lab scandal, and championships of the Patriots, Red Sox and Bruins.
Prior to WCVB, she worked at WBZ-TV in Boston, WMUR-TV in Manchester, NH, and KTXS News in Abilene, TX.
While in NH, she formerly served on the Board of Directors of CASA, which trained volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children. She began her career as an assignment editor at KTXS-TV in Abilene, Texas.
“As a reporter, it’s an honor to work to help expose wrongdoing and waste, to give victims a voice, and to share stories that affect the lives of people in our communities,” said Anderson. “WCVB’s reputation as Boston’s news leader as well as its commitment to outstanding journalism is what brought me to Channel 5. I am honored to join the WCVB team and am looking forward to continuing to serve the Boston community.”
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