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Heidi Kemp
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Heidi Kemp anchors the weekend news on Saturday and Sunday nights and reports weekdays. She joined the Eyewitness News Team in March of 2003 after taking time away from the news business to be with her young children.

Heidi has an extensive news background bringing nearly 20 years of broadcast experience to our team. Before her hiatus, Heidi worked for ten years as an anchor and reporter in New York City at WWOR-TV. During that time she covered such national events as the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1992 , the Democratic National Convention in 1993 and the mysterious crash of TWA flight 800 off the shore of Long Island in 1996 which some still believe was downed by a terrorist missle. Heidi also reported on several high profile trials including mobster John Gotti, as well as the Amy Fisher/Joey Buttafucco attempted murder trial.

She began her broadcast career at the ABC affiliate in Madison , Wisconsin while a senior at the University of Wisconsin studying Journalism. From there she spent 18-months in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. And that's when she made the jump to the Big Apple.

Heidi has received several emmy nominations and two emmy awards for reporting. She has also received an Iris Award, The Nafsinger Award and been honored numerous times by the Associated Press and the New York State Broadcasters Association.

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