Anchors and Reporters
Lesli Foster is a mainstay of Washington news as a Weeknight Anchor for WUSA9 evening broadcasts Monday through Friday.
JC Hayward stands out as a gem in the shining crown of broadcast journalism in Washington, DC. As the DC market's first female anchor, she celebrates 39 years as an anchor at WUSA9 and was recently inducted into the National Association of Broadcast Journalists' Hall of Fame.
Emmy & Murrow award-winner Jan Jeffcoat is excited to be back home with family in the D.C. area. She co-anchors the 5, 7 and 11 p.m. newscasts on WUSA 9.
Derek McGinty is the weekday anchor for WUSA 9 News at 7pm and weeknight co-anchor for WUSA 9 News at 5:00, 6:00 and11pm.
Andrea Roane has been with WUSA 9 since 1981, and currently co-anchors WUSA 9 News from 4:25 a.m. to 7:00 am.
Meeting new people and prose are what WUSA 9 Morning Anchor Mike Hydeck enjoys most about journalism.
Bruce Johnson has been a reporter and anchor for WUSA 9 for more than 30 years. In addition to anchoring weekend newscasts, Bruce covers DC government.
Andrea McCarren's reporting has earned international attention and accolades, including multiple Edward R. Murrow Awards.
Monika Samtani has enjoyed being a media professional for over 20 years.
Award winning Investigative Reporter Russ Ptacek's stories have prompted Congressional hearings, and sparked reform at state and federal agencies.
Debra Alfarone is an award-winning, Emmy-nominated TV journalist whose live reports can be seen on WUSA 9's 11pm news.
Ko Im comes to WUSA from WBOC in Salisbury, Md., where she served as video journalist, fill-in producer, anchor and webmaster.
Peggy Fox is a three-time Emmy award winning multi-media journalist who reports and anchors the news for WUSA 9.
Kristin Fisher is an Emmy-Award winning, multi-media journalist. She shoots, edits, writes and reports live for the weekday evening newscasts.
Jessica Doyle joined WUSA 9 in February 2009 to cover business, Wall Street and consumer news.
Scott is a multi-media journalist for WUSA 9. He cruises his home state of Maryland in a specially-designed one-of-a-kind vehicle outfitted with two cameras.
Bruce Leshan joined WUSA 9 as a general assignment reporter in July 1995.
Delia Goncalves is happy to be back in Washington, DC. She started her career in the U.S. Senate Radio-TV Gallery in 1999.
Born in New York, and raised in Miami, Ken Molestina is excited to be here in Washington, DC and back on the East Coast.
Surae Chinn is excited to be back in her home town reporting the news in the nation's capital. She joined WUSA 9 in March of 2009.
Topper Shutt is Chief Meteorologist for WUSA 9 and appears weekdays on the station's 5pm, 6pm, 7pm & 11pm newscasts, as well as throughout the day and night during all major weather events affecting our region.
Meteorologist Howard Bernstein joined WUSA 9 in November of 2000. You can now see him reporting the weather weekdays on the WUSA 9 in the mornings from 4:25-7:00 AM and again at Noon.
Meteorologist Erica Grow joined the WUSA 9 Weather Team in September 2012. You can watch her forecasts every Saturday and Sunday evening on WUSA 9.
Kristen Berset is the Sports Anchor/Reporter for WUSA 9 and also hosts Game On! and Game On! Overtime.
Dave serves as a Sports Anchor/reporter covering everything from the Redskins to NCAA basketball to local high school sports. He also hosts Game On! Overtime on Sunday nights at 11:30 p.m.