Courtney Spinelli works for FOX59 as a reporter, she began working here in October 2020. Prior to that, she worked in Davenport, Iowa at KWQC-TV as a weekend evening anchor and investigative reporter.
Courtney Spinelli Age
Courtney was born in the north of Boston. The exact dates aren’t known yet but will be updated soon.
Courtney Spinelli Height
Courtney is 5 feet 4 inches/1.6m tall.
Courtney Spinelli Education
Courtney finished her high school course in 2012 at Tewksbury Memorial High School. After she earned herself a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism from Worcester State University.
Courtney Spinelli Family
Courtney grew up in Boston, together with her siblings. More details on her family and siblings are under review and will be updated soon.
Courtney Spinelli Husband
Courtney likes to keep her love life under low key and because of this, she hasn’t shared out any information regarding her husband. Will update this soon.
Courtney Spinelli Salary
Courtney earns an annual salary of $108,808.This is according to FOX59 reporter’s salaries.
Courtney Spinelli Net Worth
Courtney’s estimated net worth is $1,454,885.
Courtney Spinelli FOX59
Spinelli works for FOX59 as a reporter, she began working here in October 2020. She started her career in the Boston area at WFXT-TV as an assignment editor.
She had the chance to cover major but yet challenging stories together with a talented team of journalists. For her contribution to an investigative report on ambulance and staffing shortages in Boston’s EMS division led her to earn an Emmy nomination in 2017, she was still an assignment editor, the story brought to light that patients were forced to share ambulance rides with strangers on their way to the hospital.
She worked in Davenport, Iowa, as a weekend evening anchor and an investigative reporter at the NBC affiliate station, she began working here in 2019. She covered different captivating stories like when a flood barrier that protected the city of Davenport against the waters of the rising Mississippi River failed and a historic flood occurred, the trial of a 13-year-old boy who brought a gun to school and pointed it at teachers, the disappearance of a 10-year-old girl by local and federal authorities, now a murder investigation among others. Also, she was among the team that won an Edward R. Murrow award for Overall Excellence.
Additionally, she has covered a series on gun crimes that transcended borders across the Quad Cities, civil unrest following the death of George Floyd, the disappearance of 10-year-old Breasia Terrell. More to this, for her in-Depth/Series reporting coverage on litigation following a fire and explosion at a food processing plant that killed a firefighter and injured another, this led her to get placed at Iowa Broadcast News Awards Large Market TV category in 2020.