Angie Crouch Biography
Angie Crouch is an American award-winning journalist working as a general assignment reporter for NBC 4 News at 11 a.m, 4 p.m, 5 p.m, and 6 p.m.
She serves on the Board of Directors for LACER after-school program in Hollywood, California, USA. Apart from being a reporter, she is also a poet, writer, photojournalist, and a passionate supporter of charitable causes for children. She attended Grand Valley State University.
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Angie Crouch Career | Angie Crouch NBC 4 News
Emmy Award-winning writer, Angie Crouch, joined NBC4 in 2004 as a general task journalist. She reports week by week on NBC4 News at 11 a.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m. what’s more, 6 p.m. Throughout the years, she has been perceived for her inclusion of the Inauguration of Barack Obama, the demise examination of Michael Jackson, California’s enormous Station fire and Mudslides, and the Earthquake in Haiti.
Extra highlight story features to incorporate, flying an F-16 with the U.S. Thunderbirds; detailing submerged in a Shark Cage; and following the account of Zac Sunderland, the most youthful American to sail solo the world over.
Hunch invests heavily in being of administration to the network, which she accepts is the center reason for her job as a communicate journalist. She compliments NBC4 for its long history of journalistic trustworthiness and for giving her the self-rule required to convey stories to the network that haven’t been heard.
Hunker has earned numerous honors for her work including, an Emmy for Best Documentary for “A Millionaire’s Murder;” an Associated Press Award for “Teenagers Doin’ Time;” a United Press International Award for “Living with AIDS;” a Los Angeles Press Club Award for breaking news inclusion of the Los Angeles Wildfires; and a Los Angeles Emmy, Golden Mike and Los Angeles Press Club Award for “Year of Living Dangerously,” the tale of the most youthful mariner to circle the globe.
Hunch is additionally a talented artist, author, photojournalist, and an enthusiastic supporter of beneficent reasons for kids.
She has gotten numerous honors from magnanimous gatherings including the Good News Foundation’s Community Service Award for her raising support endeavors in the interest of the Agape Orphanage in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. She likewise went through a month living in a remote town in South Africa volunteering with AIDS vagrants and was selected for an Emmy for the story she shot and created about the vagrants.
She is as of now working with various alleviation organizations helping casualties of the Haiti Earthquake, is dynamic in raising money for the worldwide Movember crusade to fix Prostate Cancer and runs a program called Steppin’ Out! which acquaints downtown youngsters with culture and expressions. She serves on the Board of Directors for LACER after-school program in Hollywood, California.
She was additionally perceived by her place of graduation Grand Valley State University with the “Distinguished Alumni Award” for her telecom vocation and magnanimous work.
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Venice skyline could change in the fall
A sculpture that has captivated visitors to the Venice area since 2001, could have a new home in northern California later this year.
A declaration, steel sculpture in the form of a tower, has served as a meeting point for memorial services after the September 11 attacks. The artist, Mark Di Suvero, donated the 60-foot tall work that has been considered a symbol of unity in the area.
Di Suvero is a famous artist who was disabled due to an accident when he was 26 years old, where he fractured his neck and almost every bone in his body. His large-scale industrial works can be found in various parts of the world.
The Declaration work is located at the junction of Windward Avenue and the Venice Beach promenade. It was inaugurated on May 2001 in commemoration of the Walk and Annual Auction of the Venice Family Clinic.
It should only remain there until November of that year, but, due to the events of September 11, it served as a meeting place for the event Where are the voices ?, which was held on December 11 of that year.
“I hope he has inspired others since he has been here,” Di Suvero told NBC4.
The Louvre Gallery has taken care of the sculpture in these 18 years but now wants the city of Los Angeles to buy the work and take care of its maintenance.
The artist, however, points out that the city has refused to allocate funds to maintain the sculpture. Calls made by sister station NBC4 to Councilman Mike Bonin’s office have not been answered.
“I think it represents an inspiration here, but there are people who do not believe in inspiration,” said the artist. “They only believe in money, money, money.”
In case an agreement is not reached, the Declaration will move to the Di Suvero studio in Petaluma during the fall.