Anchor Ali Warner knew she wanted to be reporter since she was in fifth grade.
ďIt was hurricane season and I remember being glued to the TV watching reporters go live. I just thought it was the coolest job in the world,Ē Warner said.
Thankfully, Ali hasnít had to report on any hurricanes since she arrived to Binghamton in 2012, but as a daily reporter and co-anchor of FOX 40 HDís successful 10 p.m. broadcast, she gets to tell viewers about the most significant issues facing the community.
Ali brought us live reports when President Obamaís visited Binghamton University, continuing coverage on the heated 2013 Binghamton mayoral race and the new statewide Common Core curriculum.
A native of Connecticut, Ali left Stamford to join the WICZ family in 2012 as weekend anchor. She was working as a video journalist for the site ItsRelevant.com. She has also worked as a freelance associate producer at News 12 Connecticut.
Ali was promoted to weekday anchor of the 10 p.m. news in March of 2013 and says she has enjoyed being able to learn more about what the Southern Tier has to offer. She has participated in numerous community events including the Light the Night Walk and Cupidís Chase. When she was asked to emcee the American Cancer Societyís 2013 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, Ali agreed but decided she could do more. To raise awareness and money, Ali baked and sold her goods to WICZ employees for one month. She raised over $400.
When she isnít baking for a cause, you can find Ali pushing herself to train for obstacle course races, or on the tennis court.
Ali is a graduate of Quinnipiac University, where she majored in broadcast journalistm and played Division I tennis.
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