David Novarro

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David Novarro is a television news journalist for WABC-TV in New York. He is currently the co-anchor of Eyewitness News 4pm Newscast alongside Liz Cho.

Novarro returned to WABC-TV in December 2010 after leaving WFLD-TV in Chicago as the Anchor of Good Day Chicago.

Novarro anchored the "Ten" newscast at Fox Chicago from 2007-2009.[1] He was tapped to spearhead the station's expansion into the 10:00 PM time slot after anchoring "Fox News in the Morning"

He was voted "Best Newscaster" in a Chicago Kiss Fm radio poll.

Novarro and his co-anchor Tamron Hall hosted the popular morning broadcast for seven years, beginning in 2000.

David Novarro was recruited to Fox Chicago from WABC-TV in New York, where he was the morning weekend anchor and general assignment reporter.

Novarro is a seasoned journalist who has won several Emmys and received much recognition for his work on many influential st ories. The documentary "Cropsey" is based on a real life serial killer that was the subject of exclusive reports Novarro first broke on Eyewitness news.[2]

David graduated from New York University. His producer credits include the Morning Show with Regis Philbin at WABC-TV, Two on the Town with Leeza Gibbons & Rob Weller and music video show Hot Tracks. He is of Puerto Rican descent

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