Cheryl Renee has become a trusted face and source for news across the Chattahoochee Valley. After four years of anchoring News Leader 9 at Noon and News Leader 9 at 5:30 p.m., Cheryl is back to anchoring News Leader 9 Mornings. She still anchors News Leader 9 at Noon each weekday. Cheryl's first television job was at WKTV-TV (NBC) in Utica, NY where she was a general assignment reporter. From there she moved to Savannah, GA to work at WTOC-TV (CBS) as a producer, reporter, and weekend morning anchor. An opportunity came that led her across the street to the competition WSAV-TV (NBC) as a reporter and weekend anchor. Cheryl graduated from Syracuse University with a Master's Degree in Broadcast Journalism. She also holds a Master's Degree in Business from Case Western Reserve University in her hometown of Cleveland, OH and an undergraduate degree in Economics from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. Cheryl is a board member of Girls Inc., a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and a licensed Realtor in Georgia. When not at the TV station, she enjoys getting real estate and decorating tips from HGTV, traveling, finding good buys at flea markets and spending time with her husband, Todd.
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He was part of a big lawsuit against the city of Columbus and some say it was the demise of his career as Muscogee County Sheriff. So what does John Darr say about that, his relationship with the Mayor, what he's doing now and whether he'll run for office again?
Inside the red brick building on 8th Avenue in Columbus is more than a stage and seats, it's a critical part of Columbus' history. The Liberty Theatre once stood as a platform for African American entertainers for decades after it opened in the 1920's.
Smoking kills more than 480,000 people a year in this country, yet, the American Lung Association says it's the number one preventable cause of death in the U.S. So what can be done to reduce the number of people dying from smoking?
Georgia has seen its first flu-related death this year, and 108 people have been hospitalized so far this season in our area due to the flu. The health department says the individual who died from the flu was elderly, but it can strike anyone at any time.
Approximately four percent of American women get breast implants. That's one in 26. Last year the FDA approved a new type of implant which some providers say is the best of two worlds, the safety of saline and the feel of silicone.
Three million Americans have Type-1 diabetes, a disease where the immune system stops the pancreas from making insulin. Patients rely on daily blood sugar checks and insulin injections to survive, but now there's hope on the horizon.
They are devastating injuries. A fall, a sports accident and suddenly, your spinal cord is damaged. It happens 300,000 times a year in this country.Some people give up, but many are fighting back at a special recovery center.
More than 30 years have passed since the discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, and scientists are still struggling to develop a vaccine. But researchers at Vanderbilt University in Nashville have used an unconventional method to get one step closer.
Chelation is a treatment doctors have used for years to remove certain toxins from the body, most often when someone suffers accidental lead poisoning, but for any other treatment, most traditional doctors thought it was a scam or called it “quackery."
More than a million Americans have type I diabetes, a disease where the immune system stops the pancreas from making insulin. Patients rely on daily blood sugar checks and insulin injections to survive. But now, there’s hope on the horizon.