Prior to coming to Charlotte, Dee Dee was the evening anchor/special projects reporter at WICS-WRSP in Springfield, Illinois. While in Springfield, her work and the station was recognized with a prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for an investigation into the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
She also was recognized by the Illinois Associated Press with a First Place Award as Top Reporter on a documentary she wrote and produced on the lifesaving life flight program at St. John's Hospital. Dee Dee has anchored continuous coverage on the brutal death of Yingying Zhang, a visiting University of Illinois Scholar from China.
Earlier in her career, Dee Dee was an anchor/reporter at KPNX-Phoenix and served as both an evening and morning anchor in Oregon.
Dee Dee was born and raised in Washington, D.C. and is a proud alumna of the College of William and Mary. Dee Dee had originally planned on becoming an attorney, but after falling in love with broadcast journalism and writing, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in English Literature. Dee Dee speaks Spanish and lived/studied in Spain.
Most of us go to the doctor or a hospital for treatment and pay the bill and figure it’s all taken care of. However, a Charlotte man tonight wants to know why over a year and a half after he paid his bill, a second bill arrived.
When you require surgery or hospitalization, most of us look for an in network hospital covered by our insurance. An Indian Trail woman says she followed all the rules and went to an in network hospital - only to be hit with a huge bill.
She was quoted a price for a surgical procedure but got a bill for thousands of dollars more months later! A Charlotte woman has spent the past six months trying to get her bill straightened out but is getting nowhere.
If you’re a utility customer at Duke Energy, it could be a pricey holiday season if you’re not careful.The company is reporting more than 25,000 customer scam attempts this year – the highest year on record.
Surgeons in our area are bracing for cutbacks in payment from the federal government, they say, could impact the care you receive. This comes as the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid prepare to implement a massive cut in reimbursement rates nationwide.