Mea Culpa to DEPUTY AG Ann Rice, I erroneously referred to her as Assistant AG.
Only Newsnine was there when Judge Gillian Abramson rejected a plea deal for former Manchester police officer Stephen Coco. Case goes to trial next year. Complete details on WMUR-TV tonight beginning at five.
Since 2007, Amy has anchored News 9 This Morning on Saturdays and Sundays -- a program that expanded to three hours in 2011. During the week, Amy is a field reporter, often doing live-shots from crime scenes or severe-weather events.
While many viewers may think sitting behind the anchor desk is the best assignment television journalists can get, Amy would disagree. She instead prefers the grit and challenge of field reporting. Her work has been Emmy nominated a number of times.
Amy majored in TV journalism at Colorado State University, but didn’t actually get into the business full-time until 2003 when plans to go to law school were diverted by an offer from WHIO in Dayton, Ohio, to report and anchor on weekend mornings.
Amy grew up as an Air Force brat and then married into the Air Force herself. She and her husband Rick have been married over 20 years and have traveled the country and the world with his career before settling in New England when he retired.
Favorite assignment? Ramstein, Germany! Amy attended high school there, then returned in 2000 with her own children. Amy and Rick have three daughters and a son.
Amy has been a proud member of the CASA-NH governing board since 2010. CASA is a volunteer organization standing up for NH children in our court system.
- WMUR-TVReporter/Anchor, present