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Keith Jones
10 News Morning Anchor

I grew up in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio, but I'm no stranger to Florida, hurricanes, or mosquitos as big as bats. I attended Barry University in North Miami on a baseball scholarship, worked at WSVN as a reporter's assistant, and served as a reporter for WPBF in West Palm Beach.

Most recently I worked as the morning anchor and main fill in anchor for KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pa. I also spent  four years at WPXI in Pittsburgh where I anchored the weekend news and reported during the week. In between Pittsburgh stops, I served as the main anchor at WOWK in Charleston, WV. I also spent three years at WTVG in Toledo, Ohio.

I've been blessed with many successes in my career. I covered many national stories for the networks, including the September 11th crash of United Flight 93 in Somerset, Pa and the story of nine trapped miners at Quecreek Mine in Pa. My network reports also included plane crashes and prison breaks. I've been lucky enough to earn several Emmy nominations and numerous first place awards from the Pennsylvania AP, Cleveland Press Club, Crystal Awards.

When away from work, I love to hang out with my family. My wife, Gina and I have two daughters, Madeline and Mary Margaret. We think they're pretty cool (mostly because they still like to hang out with us). We love to downhill ski, play at the beach, and do anything outdoors. As a family we offer much of our time to the American Heart Association and Children's Hospital.