Laura Halm Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, KOLN-TV
Laura Halm Biography
Laura Halm is a news personality presently serving in Lincoln, Nebraska, United State for KOLN-TV as a morning anchor. Before joining KOLN-TV, Laura served in Knoxville, Tennessee for WATE-TV 6 as a news reporter. Halm liked serving in the community and took part in Dancing with the Knoxville Stars. During her free time, She enjoys talking about her orange cat named Coach, laughing, swings dancing, as well as popping on a bike for a spin class
Laura Halm Age
Laura was born in Michigan, United States, on December 30. She is around 36 years old.
Laura Halm Height
Halm stands at an average height of 5 ft 11 inches/ approx. 1.8 m tall.
Laura Halm Education
She graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of State New York.
Laura Halm Family
Laura is a reserved person and has damaged to keep her life private away from the limelight concerning her father, mother, and siblings. However, research information regarding her family members and siblings is in progress and will be updated as soon as available.
Laura Halm Husband
She is a famous beautiful news personality. Though, despite being a known person, there are no available details regarding her marital status. Nevertheless, we are keeping eye on and we will give you updates once we have clear information about her love life.
Laura Halm Salary
Laura earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000. This is according to KOLN -TV anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Laura Halm’s Net worth
Halm has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million
Laura Halm Career
Laura Halm is a news personality presently serving in Lincoln, Nebraska, United State for KOLN-TV as a morning anchor. Before joining KOLN-TV, Laura served in Knoxville, Tennessee for WATE-TV 6 as a news reporter. Halm liked serving in the community and took part in Dancing with the Knoxville Stars in 2018.
Additionally, She covered Hannah’s parents to the Washington D.C and State capitol. From June 2011 to July 2013, Laura served as a news reporter for CW4 in Bristol, Virginia, WEMT, and WCYB. While there, She covered different major stories including, the Tennessee guardrail safety system investigations after a crash killed 17-year-old Hannah Eimers.