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Amanda Moyer

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Amanda Moyer is the assistant news director  for News 95.5 and AM-750 WSB.  She joined the station in March 2011.  Prior to that, Moyer was National Correspondent at CNN Radio. 

Moyer worked at CNN Radio for six years.  As national correspondent, she covered a range of stories including breaking news nationally and internationally.  Moyer covered the 2008 presidential election, including live on-scene primary coverage throughout the year and reporting from Chicago's Grant Park on election night.  Some other highlights include on-scene reporting of the 2007 bridge collapse in Minneapolis, numerous hurricanes, several Super Bowls, 2008 Final Four and the 2009 Masters Tournament.

In May 2007, she was the only network radio correspondent in Greensburg, Kan., providing live coverage of the F5 tornado that hit the small farming community, destroying nearly every structure. In 2006, Moyer provided live coverage of the 34-day war between Israel and Hezbollah with reporting from Jerusalem, Haifa and the Israeli/Lebanese border. Also that year, she covered the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina from New Orleans. Moyer spent three weeks on the Gulf Coast in 2005 as a correspondent for the network covering the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and the devastation Hurricane Rita left behind in both Texas and Louisiana. While there, Moyer co-anchored coverage of President George W. Bush's speech from New Orleans.

Prior to coming to CNN Radio, Moyer was a general assignment reporter and afternoon drive co-anchor at WILM-AM Newsradio in Wilmington, Delaware. During her time at WILM, Moyer won several awards for reporting, including national honors for her coverage of the Iraq War. Moyer traveled to Baghdad in the fall of 2003 and focused on the daily routines of troops from Dover Air Force Base.

Prior to WILM-AM, Moyer was an anchor at WEEU-AM in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Moyer graduated from Penn State University with a degree in communications.

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Milton fighting monkeys

Neighbors in Milton are fighting a plan to open a primate reserve. It is legal to own exotic pets, but one of those owners wants to expand his fleet.  Neighbors of Dean Riopelle's Hopewell Road property are not happy about the idea. "It is kind of a roadside zoo, if ...

DOT to improve Buford Highway safety

Channel 2 Action News has learned the Georgia Department of Transportation plans to spend $12 million to improve pedestrian safety along busy Buford Highway in DeKalb County.   "Buford Highway is such a heavily traveled pedestrian corridor," said Georgia DOT spokesman Mark McKinnon.  "There are just so many pedestrians and ...

Gunman ID'd in I-75 Sunday shootout

Authorities say the man killed Sunday in the officer-involved shooting on I-75 has been identified as 53-year-old Jerome George "Jerry" Cundy of Woodstock. Cobb County police say the man is suspected of robbing two stores.  He allegedly pointed a gun at an officer prior to one of the cops shooting ...

Cobb police: Man scams elderly with fake car repairs

Authorities are looking for a man who scammed an elderly couple by offering fake car repair and then asking for hundreds of dollars in payment. Police say the man convinced an elderly couple to pull over their car, moments after they left a South Cobb grocery store.  Officer Michael Smith ...

After three weeks behind bars, Andrea Sneiderman was released from the DeKalb County Jail on $500,000 bond Thursday August 23, 2012.

Andrea Sneiderman posts bond, released from jail

Andrea Sneiderman has been released from the DeKalb County jail on bond after spending three weeks behind bars. Earlier this week, she was granted $500,000 bond, but ordered to pay at least $250,000 in cash.  The family was allowed to use one of their properties as collateral to pay the ...

Driver sentenced to two years for wreck that killed toddler

The driver who killed a toddler in a car accident tells the family she is sorry for their loss.  Kelly Canty, 21, entered a guilty plea Wednesday and Channel 2 Action News was in court for the emotional hearing. "Everybody makes mistakes and I don't want my life to be ...

Gwinnett police: Man used stolen IDs at Best Buy

Gwinnett County police arrest a man who allegedly had stolen account numbers on numerous credit cards in his name.  They then realized the number of identity theft victims is much more widespread. Corporal Jake Smith says Andre Williams was using the cards at Best Buys and admitted they were loaded ...

Police chase stolen tractor through streets of Acworth

A stolen piece of heavy equipment leads police on a chase through the streets of Acworth.  Officers didn't know it at the time, but the Bobcat tractor was stolen from the Cherokee County Water Department. Acworth Police say four tires on the trailer had blown out causing the metal to ...

Georgia votes in runoff elections

Georgia voters headed to the polls as runoff election were held around the state.  Several were very close. In Clayton County, the race for sheriff ended with Victor Hill winning by a narrow margin. The former sheriff, who is under indictment, claimed victory in a statement shortly before 11 p.m. ...

Family reacts to death of pregnant daughter

The parents of a pregnant woman who was killed by a car driven by her boyfriend are speaking out after the man was charged with felony murder and feticide. Lawrence and Susan Pope believe it was just a tragic accident that claimed the life of their daughter Meghann and unborn ...

 
 

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