Danielle Wagner Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WEAU

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Danielle Wagner Biography

Danielle Wagner is a Weekend Anchor and a multimedia journalist who joined WEAU 13 News in June 2015 as a weekend / Anchor and multimedia journalist. She now co-anchors WEAU 13 News at Five with Judy Clark and WEAU 13 News at Six and Ten with Bob Gallaher.

Danielle Wagner Age

Danielle Wagner has not shared any detail regarding her exact age, date, day, and year of birth to the media.

Danielle Wagner Height

She stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches.

Danielle Wagner Family

Wagner grew up in Oelwein, which is a small town in Iowa. She has five rescue dogs; Teddy, Missy, Pippy, Alffy, and Benny. Wagner is an aunt to her two nephews, including buying them all matching outfits. She also enjoys reading, and binge-watching TV shows and she does way too much online shopping. Wagner has not shared,much about her parents and siblings, however.

Danielle Wagner Husband

Wagner has not disclosed much about her love life.

Danielle Wagner Children

Wagner is so secretive about her personal matters, hence she has not said whether she is a parent.

Danielle Wagner Education

Wagner graduated from the University of Iowa in 2005 with a degree in journalism and history.

Danielle Wagner Salary

Wagner receives an annual salary of $62431 , according to the WEAU anchors salary.

Danielle Wagner Net Worth

Wagner earns an estimated that ranges between $1 million and $5 million US dollars.

Danielle Wagner Career

Wagner’s broadcast journalism career began at KTVO as a bureau reporter in Ottumwa, Iowa. Shee then joined KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa as a reporter. Wagner spent more than seven years at the station reporting and anchoring the weekend morning news.

She has received honors for reporting and anchoring from the Iowa Broadcast News Association. Wagner currently has six rescue dogs of her own, and she promotes pet adoption with a weekly segment on WEAU.

Each Thursday, “Wagner Tails” features adoptable pets from numerous pet shelters and rescues across western Wisconsin. As much as she would like to adopt them all, Wagner knows she can’t, and this is her way of helping as many pets as possible find their forever homes. The segment was honored by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association for its community impact.

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