Greg Groogan, Bio, Fox News, Age, Family, Wife, Award, Salary, Net

Greg Groogan

Greg Groogan Biography And Wiki

Greg Groogan is an award-winning American reporter. He is a native Texan and FOX 26 special projects reporter. Greg has garnered 38 Associated Press Awards as well as honors from the Houston Press Club, the Dallas Press Club, the Cleveland Press Club, the Alaska Press Club, and many more

Greg Groogan Age and Birthday

How old is Greg? Apparently, Groogan was born in Texas, a state in the United States South Central region. He prefers to keep his personal life private, hence he hasn’t revealed his birth year or month. As a result, it is unknown when he celebrates his birthday.

Greg Groogan Height

How tall is Greg? Groogan stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Greg Groogan Family

The award-winning American journalist was born and raised in Texas, a state in the United States South Central region. Groogan has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Groogan has any siblings.

Greg Groogan Education

He graduated from the University of Texas Plan II honors program (He’s got the diploma to prove it).

Greg Groogan Wife

Groogan is happily married to a former FOX 26 reporter Michelle Casas,  together they have been blessed with two children, a son Garrett Groogan and a daughter Hannah Groogan.

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Groogan, a native Texan and special projects reporter for FOX 26, has won over 200 journalism accolades, including 28 Lone Star Emmys. Greg was named Television Journalist of the Year by the Houston Press Club in 2010, 2013, and 2017. In 2010, he won the first prize for beat reporting from the National Education Writers Association. Greg is a seven-time regional winner of the Edward R. Murrow award, as well as a two-time Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism winner for his reporting on children with special needs and a three-time Barbara Jordan Award winner for excellence in coverage of Texans with disabilities.

Greg and his coworkers were recognized by the American Legion at Fox 26 in 2008. He moved from South Texas’ cactus and mesquite to the colder temperature of America’s 49th state in 1989. Greg spent the greater part of a year covering the Exxon Valdez oil spill, which was at the time the country’s worst-ever environmental disaster while working at Anchorage stations KIMO and KTUU. He returned to Texas in 1990 to work as the capital bureau chief and later as an investigative reporter for KVUE, an ABC station in Austin.

Greg moved north again in 1997, this time to Cleveland for three years at NBC station WKYC. Greg returned to Texas and his family in 2000. Greg, a FOX 26 broadcast reporter for the Houston Business Journal, documented the collapse of Enron and the energy trading sector. Greg has received 38 Associated Press Awards, as well as honors from the Houston Press Club, the Dallas Press Club, the Cleveland Press Club, the Alaska Press Club, the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, the Ft.

Worth Society of Professional Journalists, the National Association of Black Journalists, the Texas Bar Association, the Texas Medical Association, the Texas Cancer Society, the Texas State Teachers Association, the Harris County Mock Trial Association, and the Harris County Mock Trial Association. He has also won a national Gannett Best of Gannett Award for news writing. Greg Casas is married to Michelle Casas, a former FOX 26 reporter, and spends most of his time away from the workplace with his son Garrett and daughter Hannah.

Greg Groogan Award

Greg Groogan has been honored with more than 200 journalism awards, including 28 Lone Star Emmy Award. In 2010, 2013 and again in 2017, the Houston Press Club honored Greg as Television Journalist of the Year. The National Education Writers Association in 2010 awarded him it’s first prize for beat reporting.
A seven-time regional winner of the Edward R. Murrow Award, Greg is also a two-time recipient of the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism for his stories on children with special needs and a three-time recipient of the Barbara Jordan Award for excellence in coverage of Texans challenged with disabilities.
In 2008, the American Legion honored Greg and his colleagues at Fox 26 with the Fourth Estate Award, the organization’s highest national honor for journalism.
In addition to his Emmy Award, Greg has garnered 38 Associated Press Awards as well as honors from the Houston Press Club, the Dallas Press Club, the Cleveland Press Club, the Alaska Press Club, the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, the Ft. Worth Society of Professional Journalists, the National Association of Black Journalists, the Texas Bar Association, the Texas Medical Association, the Texas Cancer Society, the Texas State Teachers Association, the Harris County Medical Society and The Austin Chronicle. He is also the recipient of a national Best of Gannett for news writing.

Greg Groogan Salary

How much does Greg earn? Groogan earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.

Greg Groogan Net Worth

Groogan has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through being a journalist.

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