Ali Hoxie Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Kids, Salary, WXYZ
Ali Hoxie Biography
This is what you need to know about Ali Hoxie, an American News reporter currently working for WXYZ – TV News, Before joining WXYZ News, Hoxie interned at ABC7-WLS as part of their news planning department.
Ali Hoxie Age – Birthday
Hoxie was born in the 1990s and she is in her late 20s. She has not revealed her exact birth date hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Ali Hoxie Height
Hoxie stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Ali Hoxie Nationality
Hoxie is an American national.
Ali Hoxie Family
Hoxie was born and raised by a single mother who supported her throughout her early life. She describes her mother to be hard-working and thought her kindness and respect as well as fighting for what she believed in. She has also not shared any details about her father or even siblings, hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Ali Hoxie Husband – Ali Hoxie Fiance
is Ali Hoxie engaged? She is not engaged and has also not shared any information about her love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Ali Hoxie Salary
Hoxie receives an annual average salary of $48K. This is according to WXYZ – TV News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Ali Hoxie Net Worth
Hoxie has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million. Her career as a News reporter is her primary source of income.
Ali Hoxie WXYZ – TV News
Hoxie is an American News reporter currently working for WXYZ – TV News, Before joining WXYZ News, Hoxie interned at ABC7-WLS as part of their news planning department.
She started her career at WLIO in Lima, Ohio, and then traveled an hour north to WTOL in Toledo, Ohio. She later joined KSHB in Kansas City, Missouri, and her most memorable story is the disappearances of both Kara Kopetsky and Jessica Runions.
Apart from being a News anchor, she enjoys spending time with friends and family or reading a good book. She also says that ” In the summer, I make it a point to spend as much time as I can in the west and northern Michigan. In the fall, it’s all about Michigan football, go blue!”