Heather Unruh is a four time EMMY award winning Journalist with 27 years of broadcasting experience.
Some of her accomplishments include multiple Edward R. Murrow Awards, the American Cancer Society's Sword of Hope Award, the Clarion Award from Women in Communications, and the top national recognition from the American Women in Radio and Television, the "Grand Gracie," for excellence in reporting. In her 15 years with WCVB she anchored breaking news coverage for nearly every major event from the Boston Marathon Bombing and Watertown Capture, to the conviction of Boston Mobster James Whitey Bulger, the Papal Conclave in Rome and every Boston sports championship since 2001. Prior to Boston, the DePauw University graduate spent 6 years as the early evening anchor and medical reporter at KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City. She also worked at WVTM-TV in Birmingham, Alabama and WBNG-TV in Binghamton, NY. Unruh resides in Boston.