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This is what you need to know about Jennifer Mayerle, an American News anchor working for WCCO-TV. She joined the station in may 2014. She also anchors “WCCO Saturday Morning” from 8-9 a.m.

She she has been a part of the 10 ‘o clock news team which was honored with a regional Murrow award for their coverage of Jacob Wetterling case, and the arrest of his kidnapper and killer, Danny Heinrich. 


Jennifer was born on the 11th of December in Edina. Details about her date of birth are not known it will be updated when there is information.


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Little is known about Jennifer’s family and siblings. This information will be updated a soon as it’s available.


There is no information about his wife. He is personal about her personal life. We will update when there is information about his wife.


Jennifer receives an annual salary of $83,378 per year. This is according to a WCCO anchor’s salary.

Net Worth

Jennifer has an approximated net worth of $10K – $100K U.S dollars.


Jennifer began her career at KWES in Midland, TX, as a weekend anchor and reporter, a smaller market where she practiced the value of self-sufficiency and grew to appreciate the beauty of rolling tumbleweeds.

She also worked as a Weekend Anchor and Reporter for WKRG in Mobile. She gained international exposure for her coverage of Hurricane Katrina. She won her first Emmy and Murrow for her interview with Hardy Jackson in Biloxi, Mississippi just hours after his wife was swept from his grasp by the floodwaters. 

Jennifer obtained the Apex Society’s 2008 “Power 30 beneath 30” award, which honors 30 experts in Atlanta beneath age 30 for excellence in their expert and network endeavors. She enjoyed volunteering, emceeing events, and serving on boards of directors, which includes for the Atlanta Press Club.

In 2011, she won an Emmy, a Murrow, and a Georgia Associated Press award for her report on Ann Bartlett, a Woman who died in a house fire due, She discovered, to the failure of firefighters to respond adequately to Bartlett’s 911 call.