The station grew out of an AM station, KEYD (1440 AM, now KYCR), with which it was co-owned until mid-1956.When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) opened up bidding for the channel 9 construction permit, WLOL and WDGY (now KTLK) also expressed interest.Please include your resume and cover letter, including salary requirements (resumes/cover letters without salary requirements will NOT be considered).Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans.She has also received honors from The Arizona Associated Press Broadcasters Association and has even been revered for her print work in Latino Perspectives Magazine and Los Angeles Family Magazine.Anaya joined CBS 5 News in 2003 and has since co-anchored a presidential debate special for CBS 5 News with Walter Cronkite; graduated from the Valley’s Hispanic Leadership Institute; launched Sisterhood of Super Women; and much more.Once there, she tortured, killed and dismembered him.
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