Hilary Golston Biography
Hilary Golston is a famous American Emmy- Award-winning Journalist working for Fox 2 News. Golston is an Edward R. Murrow award winner following her reporting on the Facebook Easter Sunday killer. She also made an appearance on MSNBC for her expertise in the Tamir Rice case.
Hilary Golston Age|Birthday
Hilary Golston is 39 years old as of 2023. She was born on 15 September in Detroit, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 15 September every year.
Hilary Golston Height and Weight
She stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 6 inches tall
Hilary Golston Parents|Family
Born and raised in Detroit, the Emmy- winning Journalist has not shared any information about her parents and siblings (if any). In March 2019, she posted a picture with her mother on her social media account. When not working, Hilary loves to spend time with her family.
Hilary Golston Husband
Hilary is single and waiting for her perfect match. In an interview, she disclosed that she was in a relationship with a mysterious guy when she was in Birmingham. It seems like things didn’t work out well with them and they called it quits.
Hilary Golston Salary
Hilary receives an annual average salary of between $52,548 and $86,414. This is as per Fox 2 Detroit News anchors Salary.
Hilary Golston Net Worth
Hilary has an approximate net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Hilary Golston Education
Hilary studied at Washington University in Washington, DC where she graduated with a degree in political science. While still in college, Golston made her television debut in TV and appeared as a reporter for High School Hammertime on Fox Sports Network Detroit.
Hilary Golston Fox 2 News
Hilary Golston, an American Emmy- winning Journalist working for Fox 2 News. She recently picked an Edward R. Murrow award due to her reporting on the Facebook Easter Sunday killer. She also made an appearance on MSNBC for her expertise in the Tamir Rice case.
Golston has a number of memorable moments in her career that she can call her best like the Republican National Convention, and the Brelo verdict. She also reported on a small child with a rare skin disease who had been denied the funds needed for potentially life-saving treatment. WFRV was credited by Medicaid for bringing to light information, which led the agency to review the case.