Kelly Davis is an award-winning reporter and an anchor. As of now, she is working at WGN News as an investigative reporter. Davis along with David Rolland took part in the launching of City Beat San Diego in 2002.
She served as one of their main editors at WGN News. Davis became a freelance writer left the publisher of San Diego City Beat in March 2015. She has covered investigating San Diego’s homeless situation. and California laws concerning sex offenders.
Davis covered the highest rates in the USA inmate deaths in San Diego prisons. Most of those were preventable deaths. As a result of the investigation, she and David Rolland won an investigative award.
After the series had gained an inmate committed suicide by hanging himself while jailed and widespread media attention in 2014. The widow sued for their negligence the San Diego County.
Davis was born in the Chicago suburb of Glen Ellyn, United States. However, no information concerning her age, date, and year of birth to the media.Kelly is around 35 years old.
She is 5 ft 4 inches/ Approx 1.6 m tall.
Davis attended Glenbard West High School for her high school education. She joined the University of Lowa and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Psychology.
Davis likes to keep her life concerning her family members and siblings.
Davis is a married woman. The couple has one amazing daughter called Olivia Davis.
Davis receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to WGN News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
She has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Davis began serving in July 2017 as their reporter for WGN News. She worked in St. Louis, Missouri at KMOV as a news reporter. And a fill-in anchor as one of Chicago’s Very Own before joining WGN-TV.
Davis worked in various stations all over the Midwest, such as in Louisville. Kentucky, at WDRB, and in Cadillac, Michigan at WWTV before joining KMOV. She has won various awards for her extraordinary reporting including the Society of Professional Journalists awards. And Associated Press award over-reporting years.