Cheryl Renee

Cheryl Renee


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.

Recent Articles by Cheryl

  Star of popular 1960s WTVM children’s show “Miss Patsy’s Playhouse” reminisces

  SPECIAL REPORT: Coroner's Inquest on Muscogee County Coroner Buddy Bryan

SPECIAL REPORT: How to keep your children safe from the flu virus

Georgia 2017 Military Veterans Hall of Fame inductees

  SPECIAL REPORT: AL baby born from a donated embryo after parents struggle with infertility

  Special Report: Asher’s Story

Special Report: Interview with former Muscogee County Sheriff John Darr

Expecting parents welcomed at Midtown Medical Arrival Day tours

Birthday celebration for late Carver High School coach

You could win pizza for life by spreading the word on organ donation

SPECIAL REPORT: The Legacy of The Liberty Theatre

Harsh parenting may harm a child's education

Project Homeless Connect helps area homeless

GA, AL earn poor grades for preventing, reducing tobacco use

Valley Rescue Mission opens new donation, retail center

How to protect yourself from the flu virus

Consumer Watch: What not to buy in January

News 9 MD: New Ideal breast implants

Guide to coping with Thanksgiving stress

News 9 MD: Stem cells for diabetes

Spinal injury? REACT to the rescue

Vanderbilt University creates technology to help HIV research

Open wide: dental myths debunked

Toxin-zapping treatment may help heart patients

Stem cells for diabetes

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