Christine Devine

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Christine Devine is a well known television news anchor based in Los Angeles. She can be seen weeknights on KTTV's Fox 11 News. She’s won 16 Emmys including the prestigious Governors Award. Six Emmys were for Best Newscast. She also anchors FOX News at 11 p.m. on Channel 13. Devine is known for her Wednesday's Child adoption segment. Since 1994 she has profiled foster children looking for adoptive homes, resulting in more than 500 adoptions. In 2009, she was honored in D.C. with a congressional award. She authored a book on Wednesday's Child: "Finding a Forever Family, A News Anchor's Notebook" Christine has received the Congressional Coalition's Angels in Adoption award, a Gracie Allen from AWRT(American Women in Radio & Television), the Society of Professional Journalists Anna Quindlen Award for Community Service, Volunteers of America-Media Volunteer of the Year(LA), Child Welfare League of America award and Career Achievement from The Chamber of Commerce. She is also in the Arizona State University Hall of Fame. She has been honored by the LAPD, LA County Board of Supervisors, LA City, and LA County Sheriff's Department.
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