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Kelly Lange

Journalist
Female
Born Dec 14, 1937
Age 78
Hometown the United States
Alma Mater Merrimack College
Other Names Dorothy Scafard

Kelly Lange is an American journalist, most notable for being the first woman to be a nightly news anchor in Los Angeles. Lange, a Shakespeare major in college, is a longtime news anchor in Los Angeles, a veteran radio and TV news reporter, NBC talk show host, former Tournament of Roses parade co-host, and more recently a best-selling mystery author.… Read More

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  • World’s Largest Swim Lesson Taps Into Parks & Rec Line Up
    Business & Heritage - Clarksvill - Jun 11, 2012
  • Car Slams Into Cta Bus After Shooting
    Chicago Tribune - Jun 06, 2012
  • Parks & Rec: Summer Youth Program Opens June 4
    Business & Heritage - Clarksvill - Apr 27, 2012
  • Police Log: 21 Arrests Last Week, More Automobile Burglaries
    Danville Patch - Apr 26, 2012

Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1937 Birth Born on December 14, 1937.

TWENTIES

1967 29 Years Old She was born in Boston, Massachusetts and went to school there. One day in 1967, Lange, a model at the time, got into a line at a Buena Park shopping mall, because it appeared "they were giving something away." … Read More

THIRTIES

1971 33 Years Old Lange served as Rose Parade co-host with Michael Landon; was the regular guest host of Tomorrow, with Tom Snyder; and a regular guest host of NBC's Today show. In Southern California, she served as co-anchor for nightly newscasts at KNBC-TV from 1971-1999. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

2010 72 Years Old In 2010, Lange was presented with the Golden Mike's Lifetime Achievement Award by the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California. … Read More
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