Tim Irr

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Tim Irr anchors First Look at Four, WSAZ's 5:30 Edition, NewsChannel 3 6 O'Clock, the 10 O'Clock News on the Tri-State's CW, and NewsChannel 3 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 Look at Four, WSAZ's 5:30 Edition, NewsChannel 3 6 O'Clock, the 10 O'Clock News on the Tri-State's CW, and NewsChannel 3 Tonight.

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


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