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Ken Kalthoff Biography

Ken Kalthoff is an American journalist working as a reporter and anchor for NBC 5. He attended from the University of Illinois with a degree in Communications. His hobbies include listening to music, traveling, reading and spending time with his family.

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Ken Kalthoff Career | Ken Kalthoff NBC 5

Ken Kalthoff is an NBC 5 Reporter/Anchor. He joined NBC 5 in January 2000. Preceding that, he was a columnist/grapple at other TV channels in Dallas, Houston, Tampa, Orlando, and Mobile, Alabama, USA.

Among his numerous expert honors, Ken was named the Outstanding General Assignment Reporter in Texas in the 2007 Lone Star Emmy Awards. Ken has likewise gotten Emmy Awards for insightful revealing that sent a few early discharge convicts back to jail and for giving an account of U.S. Marines in Beirut, Lebanon. He has gotten various different honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, the Associated Press, and a few Press Clubs.

During March and April of 2003, Kalthoff was implanted with U.S. Marines in Kuwait and Iraq, revealing for NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, and NBC5. Other broadened assignments throughout the years incorporate the Andrea Yates preliminary in Houston, the Branch Davidian remain off in Waco, and numerous sea tempests.

He filled in as a full-time analytical journalist for a long time in Tampa, Florida. For NBC5, Kalthoff covers Dallas City Hall and neighborhood legislative issues alongside general assignments.

Experience

News Reporter/Anchor
Company Name KXAS NBC5 Dallas
Dates Employed 2000 – Present
Employment Duration 19 yrs

Reporter/Anchor
Company Name Tribune Broadcasting KDAF-TV Dallas
Dates Employed Dec 1998 – Dec 1999
Employment Duration 1 yrs 1 mo

Investigative Reporter
Company Name WFTS-TV Tampa
Dates Employed Dec 1994 – Dec 1998
Employment Duration 4 yrs 1 mo

Reporter
Company Name KPRC-TV Houston
Dates Employed Mar 1987 – Dec 1994
Employment Duration 7 yrs 10 mos

Reporter
Company Name WTVT Tampa
Dates Employed Jun 1984 – Feb 1987
Employment Duration 2 yrs 9 mos

Reporter/Anchor
Company Name WFTV Orlando
Dates Employed Nov 1981 – May 1984
Employment Duration 2 yrs 7 mos

Reporter/Anchor
Company Name WKRG-TV Mobile
Dates Employed Mar 1980 – Nov 1981
Employment Duration 1 yrs 9 mos

Disc Jockey
Company Name WCKS-FM Cocoa Beach, FL
Dates Employed Dec 1979 – Mar 1980
Employment Duration 4 mos

Disc Jockey/Promotion Director
Company Name WDNL-FM Danville, IL
Dates Employed Oct 1978 – Nov 1979
Employment Duration 1 yrs 2 mos

Sports Director/News Reporter/Janitor!
Company Name KBIM-TV Roswell, NM
Dates Employed May 1978 – Aug 1978
Employment Duration 4 mos

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Far North Dallas Tom Thumb Robbery Part of a Crime Spree

Dallas police Friday linked a string of armed robberies in three North Texas cities to the suspects in a Friday morning robbery at a Tom Thumb store in far North Dallas.

One suspect was in custody and another on the run after the holdup near the intersection of North Preston Road at Belt Line Road.

About 5:30 a.m. Dallas police officers arrived to find two armed men walking out of the building. One man was arrested, but the second ran back into the store.

As the first one tried to escape he dropped a gun that was later recovered from a trash can in front of the pet store next to Tom Thumb.

Police helped nine employees leave the store. Two were injured. The SWAT Team entered to search for the second suspect but found no one inside.

“Therefore we believe we have one suspect at large at this time,” said Deputy Dallas Police Chief Albert Martinez.

Later in the day, police confirmed another robbery Wednesday of a Dallas Tom Thumb at 10455 North Central Expressway was believed to be connected to the same suspects. Robberies in Grapevine and Denton were also linked to the men. Police was also investigating whether the same men robbed construction workers at a Golden Corral Restaurant on Forest Lane in Dallas before midnight, about six hours before the Preston Road crime.

Dallas police reported a 30 percent increase in an armed robbery so far this year, but Michael Doan who owns the pet store beside the Preston Road Tom Thumb said violent crime in his part of Dallas is rare.

“And so to see it spill this far north, and to be so brazen as to go into a grocery store at 5:30 in the morning, that is concerning,” Doan said.

He said his workers normally arrive around the same time as the Tom Thumb opens at 6 a.m. to tend to animals boarded at the pet store.

“Early in the morning is now on the radar for us to be paying attention,” Doan said.

His wife Sherry Redwine spoke with the police officers about the robberies.

“They were worried that it might result in injury or fatality at some point so they were glad that they got the one guy,” she said.

Dallas Police Chief U. Renee Hall recently announced a task force has been formed to help combat the rise in an armed robbery. The task force is working with surrounding cities to solve cases.

“It only makes common sense that we would work together in trying to solve crimes that are taking place in this city,” Hall said Friday.

Dallas City Councilman Lee Kleinman represents the area where the Friday Tom Thumb robbery occurred. He praised the task force approach and the fast police response Friday morning.

“Fortunately the police were here right away. They were able to catch one of the suspects and clear the employees out of the store and respond really quickly,” Kleinman said.

The councilman and the neighbors said the location and the time of the early morning robbery show that people should be aware of their surrounding everywhere, at all times.

“And always, just anything suspicious, just call 911. Just call us,” Kleinman said.

The suspect at large was described by police only as a man wearing all black clothes.