Maggie Newland is a reporter at CBS4. She arrived at the station from KSTP in Minneapolis, where she had been a reporter since June 2008.
From December 2004 to May 2008, Maggie reported for WBBH-TV in Fort Myers. Prior to that, she was a reporter/ producer /anchor at WVIR-TV in Charlottesville, Virginia. She got her start in television as an intern/news writer at WRIC-TV in Richmond, Virginia.
Maggie has covered the ever-changing Florida weather scene, namely hurricanes, brush fires and tornadoes, specifically, the 2007 Groundhog Day tornado that killed 21 people in central Florida. She also reported on the rescue of a baby manatee that was stranded in a neighborhood canal. In 2007, Maggie received the Florida Associated Press Award for Best Continuing Coverage for a yearlong investigation that led to the arrest of a city councilman and his removal from office by the governor.
Maggie received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in English and Government from the College of William and Mary in Virginia. She graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Maggie is married and the couple has two dogs, Gatsby and Bailey.
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