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Vote For The Hottest News Babe in Atlanta

Atlanta, home of the 1996 summer olympics and mega-network CNN. Despite CNN probably taking all the good looking local women, there is still some local hot talent on the local news channels. I saw some clips of Suchita Vadlamani and she is a real hottie. There are some older ones on the list, but they're still hot for their age. Anyways if you don't see your favorite hottie Atlanta news babe, feel free to email me at anchorbabes@gmail.com so I can add it.

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The candidates are:

Stephany Fisher (CBS46)
Stephany Fisher, an Emmy Award winner, was named the main anchor for CBS 46 News in March, 2003. You can see her weeknights at 4:00, 6:00, and 11:00.

Before coming to Atlanta, she was an anchor/reporter for KNDO-TV Yakima, Washington (1992-1994), WYFF-TV Greenville, South Carolina (1994-2000), and KPTV-TV Portland, Oregon (2000-2003).

Stephany was born in Dallas, Texas and grew up in San Angelo, Texas and Spokane, Washington. She graduated from Washington State University's Edward R. Murrow School of Communication in 1991. She lives in Alpharetta with her husband and daughter.

Brenda Wood (11Alive)
Brenda Wood joined the 11Alive News Team in September of 1997. She anchors 11Alive News at 6, 7 & 11 p.m. weekdays.

A professional, caring and compassionate journalist, Brenda has gained the respect and trust of news viewers throughout Atlanta. Her distinguished broadcasting career spans several decades. She came to 11Alive from WAGA-TV, where she served as a primary anchor for more than eight years.

A Summa Cum Laude graduate of Loma Linda University in Southern California with a B.A. degree in Speech Communication and Mass Media, Brenda began her broadcast career in 1977 in Huntsville, Ala. at WAAY-TV. In 1978, Brenda left that market for a brief time to serve as general assignment reporter at WSM-TV in Nashville, Tenn. One year later, Brenda was back in Huntsville at WAAY-TV, this time as an anchor for the station. Brenda’s career then led her to Memphis, Tenn. in 1980 where she spent eight years as an anchor for WMC-TV. In 1988, Brenda moved to Atlanta and joined the news team at WAGA-TV.

Throughout her career, Brenda has received numerous honors and awards including 15 Emmy awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, five awards from the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists and two awards from the Georgia Association of Broadcasters, one for "News Personality of the Year" and a second for excellence in local programming for her prime time news magazine show, "Minute by Minute."

In 1997, Brenda was awarded the NAACP’s Phoenix Award for "Best News Anchor" and in 1998, Atlanta Magazine named her "Best Local News Anchor." Brenda also was the co-producer and host of the Emmy-award winning “Journeys with Brenda Wood” which has received the NABJ’s 1998 award for Community Affairs Programming. She is the recipient of a award from the Georgia Chapter of Women in Communication, the Gabriel Award of Merit, a journalism award from the Georgia Psychological Association, as well as several awards and honors from local civic and community organizations.

Brenda is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the National Association of Black Journalists, the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, the Atlanta Press Club, and Women in Film. In addition to her vast array of professional memberships, Brenda also is an active community member. Despite her busy schedule, Brenda takes time to speak to school groups, church congregations and civic organizations about a variety of topics including television journalism, communication, the importance of education and preparing yourself for work, and about her faith.

Brenda’s faith plays a large role in her life. She and her husband Keith are very active in their church. They have two daughters, Kristen and Kandis.

Laura Huckabee (CBS46)
Laura Huckabee is the meteorologist for CBS 46 at Noon and reports on weather-related stories for the evening newscasts.

Laura always tries to incorporate "fun" into everything she does. That's obvious in the way she always puts an upbeat spin into her weather forecasts and reports.

She loves taking a little southern charm to the Big Apple. She has filled in for the weather staff on the CBS Early Show and CBS Saturday Early Show.

Outside work, Huckabee enjoys running, rollerblading, attending theatre and opera, watching old movies and foreign films. Laura started her career as a news anchor in Arkansas but quickly made the transition to weather. She graduated from Arkansas State with a degree in Elementary Education and later obtained a second degree in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State. She is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society. During her career, she has moved from Jonesboro, Arkansas to Little Rock, Albuquerque New Mexico to Salt Lake City, Utah and finally to Atlanta.

Suchita Vadlamani (FOX5)
Suchita Vadlamani joined FOX 5 Atlanta as FOX 5 Morning News and "Good Day Atlanta" co-host in August of 2002. With a broadcasting career that has spanned the globe; she brings years of international experience to FOX 5 Atlanta.

It was during one of her frequent family trips to India that she made her first foray into mass communication. While spending three years in Mumbai, Suchita had her own radio show, wrote for women's magazines and reported and anchored for CNBC. From there, she moved on to CNBC Asia in Singapore, anchoring CNBC Today and Market Watch, two of the network's live morning programs focusing on world financial markets. She also anchored and co-produced Asian Working Woman, a half-hour weekly feature program. Before going international, Suchita worked as an overnight anchor at KSDK in St. Louis, her hometown.

Suchita is a graduate of the University of Chicago and has completed coursework at the University of Paris, Sorbonne & Nanterre.

She serves on the board of Camp Horizon, a non-profit group dedicated to restoring dignity and hope to the lives of abused and neglected children. Suchita also lends her support to a variety of causes, including ending domestic violence and global poverty. Active in the Indian-American community, she has participated in a number of cultural events, fundraisers and extravaganzas.

When she's not checking out the latest Atlanta restaurant or show at the Fox, Suchita enjoys traveling the world.

Carol Sbarge (WSB)
Carol Sbarge anchors Channel 2 Action News' weekend morning newscasts and files stories during the week. She joined WSB-TV in May 1992.

Carol previously worked as a reporter for six years at WRAL-TV in Raleigh, N.C.

Carol earned a bachelor's degree in business-economics from SUNY Oneonta, and she holds a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University.

In 1991, she was named North Carolina Journalist of the Year.

Carol is a three-time Emmy winner, including an award in 1997 for Best News Field Reporter and in 2005 for Best Anchor.

She is President of the Druid Hills Youth Sports Association and she's also involved in the local chapter of PANCAN.

Carol is married and has two children, Ashley, born in 1987, and Christopher, born in 1993. Her hobbies include playing piano, reading and hiking.

Jaye Watson (11Alive)
Jaye Watson joined the 11Alive News Team as a General Assignment Reporter in July of 1999. She came to the station from the CBS affiliate in Hartford, CT where she worked as a reporter since March of 1997.

Watson is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. She then began her broadcast career in October 1992 in Harrisonburg, VA at the ABC affiliate. In 1993, Jaye’s career took her to the CBS affiliate in Scranton, PA where she remained as a reporter until moving to Hartford in 1997. During her three years at WFSB-TV3, Jaye traveled to Kosovo to cover the Bosnian conflict and went to Puerto Rico after devastating hurricanes.

Jaye lives in Buckhead with her husband and two children.

Amanda Rosseter (WSB)
Amanda Rosseter joined WSB-TV Channel 2 full-time in 2007.

She has been awarded Emmys for investigative and documentary reporting, the prestigious national Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia University Broadcast Journalism Award for investigative reporting, a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for documentary reporting, and an Associated Press Award.

In 2002, Rosseter was named "Outstanding Young Alumnus" by the University of Georgia, her alma mater.

She is a classically-trained violinist and violist.

Joanne Feldman (FOX5)
When you need to know the weekend forecast, Joanne Feldman is the meteorologist to depend on. From hurricanes to tornados to ice storms, Joanne has seen it all in her nearly decade long career as a meteorologist. With the American Meteorological Society’s Seal of Approval, Joanne is right at home watching the skies on FOX 5 NEWS WEEKEND at 6:00pm and 10:00pm.

Joanne grew up in Marietta and is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Geography. She did her graduate studies in Meteorology at Penn State on scholarship from the American Meteorological Society.

Joanne’s career in weather began in Fresno, California where she forecasted everything from desert heat to valley fog to Sierra snowstorms. Joanne then headed South to Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina where she was the meteorologist for the evening news.

In her free time, Joanne stays on her toes, literally! She enjoys ice skating, ballet and jogging. Joanne and her husband Chris are the proud parents of two children.

*All biographies from their respective employer websites.

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