Lynette Romero is an American journalist who has been contributing KTLA-TV as an anchor and reporter for 20 years. During her time at the news channel, she has covered various significant stories and has received several awards and honors for them.
Some of them are; Golden Mike Award from the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California for producing/reporting Public Schools: Working the System, a local Emmy and Golden Mike Award for the show, Access L.A.- The Latino Experience, and a local Emmy for the five-part series, From Farm to Fork.
Lynette Romero’s Bio: Birthday
Lynette Romero was born on 2nd February 1967 in the United States.
Her father was in the US Air Force and passed away in 1990. Her family now includes her mother and a sister.
She attended the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado, in 1985 and graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Mass Communication in 1989.
Married To Husband
Lynette Romero is married to David Angulo.
The couple is blessed with a 15-year old (as of January 2020) daughter named Olivia.
How Did They Meet? And Wedding Details
Lynette and David for the first time in January 1994 when both of them were attending a five-week crash course in Spanish at the University of Guadalajara. From the first encounter, they felt a special bond between them.
However, they thought that their love would be short-lived since David was living in Los Angeles, and Lynette was living in Denver at that time. But, they soon realized that they were destined to be together and remained close.
Many years after spending a blissful dating life as girlfriend-boyfriend, David proposed to Lynette and finally following a six-month engagement, the couple tied the knot on 11th July 2003.
Lynette Angulo with her husband David Angulo on their wedding day (Credit: Moses Sparks/ Inside Weddings)
The wedding ceremony was organized in Los Angeles, attended by family and friends. Lynette’s mother escorted her down the aisle. The event featured Authentic Mexican food and music along with the couple’s personal style and their culture and values giving the look of a very traditional, romantic, and sacred wedding.
Lynette Romero began her career as a journalist at KUSA-TV in Denver, Colorado, where she spent ten years as a reporter and anchor. While working there, she also served nearly a year as a reporter at KUSA-TV’s sister station, KVUE-TV in Austin, Texas. During her time at KUSA-TV, she has covered the 1993 papal visit, the standoff in Waco, and the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
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After spending a decade at her first channel, she went to Los Angeles, California, and joined the KTLA-TV as a general assignment reporter in January 1999. Currently, she is working as a reporter and anchor at the station.