Neeha Curtis is a veteran journalist and national news anchor who has spent the last 15 years reporting across the country. Most recently Neeha was the morning anchor for the CBS affiliate in Cleveland anchoring a 3-hour morning show and hosting a talk show. Her coverage of a homeless teen living in the woods trying to graduate high school during covid received national attention and, most importantly, spotlighted the problem of homeless children during the pandemic. Previously she worked for Fox O&O in Dallas, and CW. She covered the Dallas Police shootings in July of 2016 for news organizations across the country and internationally and reported on the first Ebola patient in the United States in 2014 She has anchored newscasts in Greenville, Miss. and Baton Rouge, La. Neeha was also part of NBC’s coverage of the 2004 Olympic Games from Athens, Greece, and contributed to Dateline NBC, USA Today, ABC News, and BBC news. Neeha received a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University. She has taught Broadcast Journalism as a faculty professor at Mississippi Valley State, and as an adjunct professor at the University of North Texas.
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