Dee Armstrong's television news anchor career has spanned 31 years. She joins the NBC 38 News Team for special projects, including her series, "Fixing it with Dee Armstrong."
Dee's career in journalism began when she graduated from high school and became a weekend news reporter in at WDAK AM radio in Columbus. While attending Columbus College at 19-years-old, Dee became the weekend anchor at WRBL and was one of the youngest television anchors in the country. Two years later, she accepted a weekend anchor position at WSBT in South Bend, Indiana.
But Dee's heart has always been home in Columbus. She spent 22 years at WTVM where she was consistently rated by the community the number one news anchor in the local television market. Dee has also received numerous awards for reporting, anchoring and community service.
Dee remains active in a number of local organizations. She is a board member on the West Central Cancer Coalition, a board member for the Christian Women's Job Corp and a member of the Business and Professional Women's Club.
She's the mother of five adult children and has four grandchildren.
Tune in to see what Dee will repair next in "Fixing It With Dee Armstrong," on the 6 O'Clock Report, every Wednesday night on WLTZ, NBC 38.
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