Ali Lucia WCCO, Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary and Net Worth

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Biography

This is what you need to know about Ali Lucia, an American Traffic Reporter and anchor at WCCOTV. She is mostly seen on WCCO’s Weekly program “This Morning”. She joined WCCO in 2014 as a feature reporter.

Ali has covered many stories in the news history such as Hurricanes Sandy, Irene and also the Navy Seal helicopter crush. She has also covered hockey at the Big Ten Network (BTN), as a sideline reporter for college hockey.

Age |Birthday

She was born on 19th October 1983 in Fairbanks, Alaska in the United States. She is 37 years old as of 2019.

Height

  • Not Known.

Husband

Ali is married to her long time boyfriend Drew. The two got engaged in February 2018, where Drew proposed to her at the beach, during a Job-related Trip.

Family

She was born to parents Don Lucia her Father and Her Mother Joyce. Her parents married in 1983. Ali’s father was the coach of the hockey team of the University of Minnesota – the Minnesota Golden Gophers, From 1999 to 2018. He was also a former Hockey player.

Ali also has a sister called Jessie and two brothers, Tony and Mario who is the Youngest. Mario has played for Notre Dame, where his father went to school. Tony is an ex-Gopher and played for the University of Minnesota from 2006 to 2010.

Salary

As a News Reporter for WCCO, Ali must be making a good amount of income from her profession. Unfortunately, information on her salary and earnings is currently unavailable.

Net Worth

Her current net worth is probably still under review. We have no disclosed information on her Net Worth. This information will be updated soon.

Education

Ali graduated from the University of Minnesota, Where she mostly majored in Journalism and communication studies. During her time as a student, she worked as the weekend sports anchor in Hampton Roads, Virginia.

WCCO

She started her career working as the weekend sports anchor in Hampton Roads, Virginia. She later joined the news network WCCO-TV, to host their segment “This Morning” in 2014. Before joining the station, she had done an internship in the sports department of WCCO.