Tim Irr

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Tim Irr anchors First at 5, 5:30 Edition, NewsChannel3 Six O' Clock and NewsChannel3 Tonight.

Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Tim graduated from Duquesne University and started his career in radio at KDKA.

His first television reporting job was at WDTV-TV in Clarksburg, West Virginia. He's also worked in management at stations in Charleston and Pittsburgh. Before coming to WSAZ-TV, Tim handled media relations at a Pittsburgh hospital.

Tim anchors First at 5, 5:30 Edition, NewsChannel3 Six O' Clock and NewsChannel3 Tonight.

Tim, his wife and their two daughters live in Huntington.


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