Vicki Yates Biography
Vicki Yates is an American news anchor and broadcast journalist who works for WTVF NewsChannel 5. Yates spent five years as an anchor and reporter at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before joining the NewsChannel 5 staff. She also held positions at Detroit’s WMJC Radio as an assistant news director, reporter, and public affairs director.
Vicki Yates Age
As of 2024, Yates will be 70 years old. She was born in Old Hickory, Tennessee, in the United States on January 31, 1954. She also celebrates her birthday every year on January 31.
Vicki Yates Height-Weight
Vicki is 1.7 meters (5 feet, 6 inches) tall. Her other bodily measurements, however, are not currently known to the general public. When the data is available, we’ll update this area.
Vicki weighs a healthy amount. She has kept her weight a secret from the public. Once we have Vicki’s weight from a trustworthy source, it will be listed. Vicki is well-known for her stunning smile and endearing demeanor. Her hair is also black. READ ABOUT, David Pingalore KTLA Bio
Vicki Yates Education
Vicki is an accomplished and well-educated woman. She studied at Michigan State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism.
Vicki Yates Parents-Siblings
Vicki was born and reared in Old Hickory, Tennessee, by her parents. We tried to learn more about her family but were unsuccessful because no such information is available in the public domain. Vicki’s parents’ identities are hence yet unknown. Furthermore, it is unknown if she has any siblings. Once this data is available, we will update this area.
Who is Vicki Yates Spouse-Husband-Married-Divorce
Vicki isn’t dating right now. But before they made the decision to be divorced, she was married to her spouse. It is still unknown exactly why she got divorced. She currently maintains her private affairs hidden from the public.
Vicki Yates Kids-Twins-Sons-Daughter
Vicki is a loving single mother of twin sons Maxx and Alix, her firstborn daughter Torri Yates-Orr, an actress and multimedia host, and two more older children. Yates has raised her children alone and is a financially reliant single mother.
Vicki Yates Salary-Net Worth
Vicki’s average annual pay ranges from $24,292 to $72,507. In terms of hourly wages, this equates to an average wage of between $10.15 and $31.32. According to our estimates of the typical pay for journalists in the US, this is. However, depending on the employee’s degree of seniority, these numbers may fluctuate significantly. We do not yet know Vicki’s exact income, but we will update this section as soon as we learn. ALSO CHECK, Jason Aidoo ESPN: The Undefeated,
Vicki’s net worth is thought to range from $1 million to $5 million (approximately). This includes her possessions, funds, and earnings. Her work as a journalist is her main source of money. Yates has amassed a sizable fortune from her multiple sources of income, but she likes to live simply.
Vicki Yates News Channel 5-Nashville
Every night at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m., Vicki Yates will bring you the news, bringing you the benefit of her award-winning reporting and more than three decades of experience. Vicki’s participation in the community both on and off the air can be seen in her co-hosting of the annual Children’s Miracle Network Telethon benefiting Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in addition to her reporting and anchoring responsibilities.
While she was still in college, she started her job in Detroit, Michigan. She was a freelance journalist for The Michigan Chronicle, the top minority newspaper in Michigan. Yates was hired as a news reporter at WJIM-TV while a junior at Michigan State University. She was given some challenging tasks, including as the crime beat and numerous MSU problems.
Vicki gained experience and took on more responsibility while working at Detroit’s WMJC Radio as a reporter, public affairs director, and assistant news director. She was in charge of two weekly public service programs and six daily newscasts. Vicki continued working as a news writer, producer, and reporter at two other stations in Michigan and Ohio after that.
Vicki’s skills eventually led to her being hired as an anchor/news reporter at WKRC-TV in Cincinnati, where she contributed to the noon broadcast becoming the most popular in the market. Yates spent five years as an anchor and reporter at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before joining the NewsChannel 5 staff.
She has received six Emmy Awards for her reporting, which includes the mini-documentary “Bundles of Joy” about multiple pregnancies, a special news piece on Olympian Wilma Rudolph, and her news program “School Patrol.”
The White House invited Vicki to Washington, D.C. in 2011 so she could speak with President Barack Obama privately.
Weekends are when Vicki spends most of her time organizing events for nearby charities or visiting her adored kids.