Ariane Aramburo joins WAVY-TV 10/FOX 43 from KQTV in St. Joseph, Mo., where she was the weekday 10 p.m. news anchor.
Before she took on the evening anchor role, Ariane co-anchored KQTV's morning show "Hometown This Morning." She also served as a news reporter, producer, editor and photographer.
While working in Missouri, Ariane has covered her fair share of weather-related stories. She was recognized by the Missouri Broadcaster's Association for her breaking news coverage. She was also recognized by the Kansas City Press Club.
Ariane grew up in a military family. Her father is retired from the Air Force. She lived in many different states, but spent most of her time living in Alaska.
Ariane graduated with honors from Claflin University in Orangeburg, S.C. She holds a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism. She's also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
When she's not working, Ariane likes to relax by spending time with family and friends, traveling, exercising, scrap booking and most of all cooking. She also enjoys mentoring to young people.
Ariane is a firm believer that everything in life happens for a reason. She's interviewed many people from all walks of life and feels everyone has a story to tell.
She is excited to call The Hampton Roads area her new home. You can catch her weekday's at 11 a.m. co-hosting The Hampton Roads Show with Chris and Kerri. She will also put her reporting skills to use on WAVY-TV 10 working as a reporter.
Ariane is living what she says is her "natural born calling."
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