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AZ News Anchor Bio
She joined CBS 5 News in January 2003. The Arizona Associated Press Broadcasters Association named Catherine of the Year for 2003, the same year in which she was named Best TV Newcomer by Phoenix Magazine, which also named Catherine and coanchor Sean McLaughlin Best Evening News Team in 2010. for medical treatment.Catherine is a versatile journalist in both broadcast and print. She currently writes a monthly column for Latino Perspectives Magazine.In May 2007, Catherine won the first place award for Magazine commentary/analysis from the Arizona Press Club for her magazine column about the two Honduran boys with burn injuries.She previously wrote an awardwinning monthly parenting column for Los Angeles Family Magazine. In October of 2004, Catherine proudly coanchored a presidential debate special for CBS 5 News with the legendary Walter Cronkite.In May of 2009 Catherine was also honored to have been asked to deliver the Arizona State University, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication Convocation Address.Prior to CBS 5 News, Catherine freelanced as a Special Correspondent for the television daily newsmagazine Extra. Before that, she spent four years at KCBSTV, in Los Angeles where she anchored the morning news, cohosted an afternoon women talk show and earned an Emmy Award nomination for her reporting from El Salvador following the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch.CBS 5 News marks Catherine return to the valley. She anchored the weekday morning and noon newscasts for KPNXTV from 1992 to 1998. During her six years there, Catherine won her first Emmy Award for reporting. She also worked as a health reporter and helped launch the awardwinning breast cancer awareness program Buddy Check 12. Before that, Catherine anchored the news in South Bend, Ind., and McAllen, Texas.Catherine is an active member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. She is a current board member of the Arizona Latino Media Association ALMA and is a former member of the Fresh Start Women Foundation Auxiliary Board and the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.Catherine is a graduate of the Valley Hispanic Leadership Institute HLI, Class of 2004 and is the recipient of the HLI Distinguished Alumni Award. Catherine was also selected to the Hispanic Leaders under 40 list, recognizing committed individuals working toward the greater good of the community. She also traveled to Israel as part of a group of National Latino Leaders and Journalists invited to the country for a weeklong educational seminar.Catherine has been honored with awards, including the ASU Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority Latina Excellence Award for Arts/Media and the Girl Scouts 2006 Women of Distinction World Award of the Arts for championing creative endeavors of all types.Catherine is also a proud mother of two, a motivational speaker, founder of the Sisterhood of Super Women and an avid runner. She run 10 marathons since 2005, including the 2007, 2011 and 2012 Boston Marathons.