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Edward R. Murrow College of Communication

Anna King

  1. Regional News Reporter, NWPB



Award-winning journalist Anna King shines a national spotlight on the complex stories of the Northwest – from complex nuclear waste cleanup, to mysterious cattle mutilations. Her work appears on Northwest Public Broadcasting, the Northwest News Network and National Public Radio and its member stations across the country. King received the David Douglas History Award from the Washington State Historical Society in 2016 for her “Daughters of Hanford” series and museum show. Her work has been recognized nationally and she has earned two Gracie awards, a Sigma Delta Chi medal and an Edward R. Murrow Award for her investigative reporting on the Easterday cattle fraud case. Her new podcast on Easterday can be heard at

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