Clarice Tinsley Fox 4, Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Husband, Children, Height, Salary and Net worth

Clarice Tinsley is an American broadcast journalist. In November 1978, she moved to the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex to anchor the ten o’clock news for KDFW-TV.

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Clarice Tinsley is an American broadcast journalist. In November 1978, she moved to the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex to anchor the ten o’clock news for KDFW-TV. In 1979 the six o’clock news was added to her duties. As of 2012, she is the longest-serving news anchor in the Dallas/Fort Worth television market.

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Clarice Tinsley Biography

From 1975 to 1978, Tinsley worked for WITI-TV in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she started as a general assignment reporter and later became co-anchor of the weekday noon news as well as producer and co-host of two monthly public affairs shows.

In 1978, Tinsley was hired as an anchor for the ten o’clock news at KDFW-TV, where she became the longest-serving news anchor in the Dallas/Fort Worth television market.

Tinsley has covered a number of major events, including the fall of the Berlin Wall, Operation Desert Storm, and Hurricane Alicia. In 1995, she established “Clarice’s Hometown Heroes,” a weekly KDFW franchise show that salutes volunteers in North Texas.

Tinsley has also appeared as a news anchor or reporter in several Dallas-based television productions, including The Good Guys, Prison Break, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Wishbone.

Tinsley has received the George Foster Peabody Award, a DuPont-Columbia Citation, two Emmy Awards, three Dallas Press Club Katie Awards, and two Awards of Excellence from American Women in Radio and Television.

She has been honored with the Best Investigative Reporting Award from Texas Associated Press, the Texas Headliner Award for Investigative Reporting, the Journalistic Award for Excellence from the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Director’s Community Leadership Award from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Asante Award from the Dallas Fort Worth Association of Black Journalists, the Dallas Historical Society Award of Excellence for Outstanding Contributions in the Creative Arts, the Mary McLeod Bethune Award from the National Council of Negro Women, and the inaugural “High Tea with High Heels” Award, among others. She was also inducted into the Lone Star Emmy Chapter’s Silver Circle.

Tinsley is a member of the Board of Directors of Girls Scouts of Northeast Texas and SLANT. She is an Advisory Board Member of St. Philip’s School in South Dallas, as well as an Advisory Board Member for the School of Journalism at Southern Methodist University.

She is a member of the YET Board of Directors and chairs the YET Communications and Public Relations Committee. Tinsley was a member of the Super Bowl XLV Host Committee’s Board of Directors and was Chair of the Super Bowl XLV Communications Action Team. She has been named a 2014 Style Council Ambassador for DIFFA/Dallas

Tinsley has appeared as a news anchor or reporter in several Dallas-based television productions, including The Good Guys, Prison Break, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Dallas. Clarice is also an actress, known for The Good Guys (2010), Wishbone (1995) and Prison Break (2005).

She had fellow KDFW (Channel 4) sportscaster Kevin McCarthy fired from the station on June 6, 1986, because he had thrown her into a hotel swimming pool during an after-work gathering. (Another incident for his firing was that he violated company policy by allowing a friend to ride in the station’s news helicopter on May 30, 1986.)

An arbitration ruling on April 23, 1987, awarded McCarthy reinstatement to his Channel 4 position and almost 11 months of back pay; on May 4, 1987, McCarthy resigned, officially ending his relationship with Channel 4 when he and the station reached a financial settlement in undisclosed terms.

Clarice Tinsley Age

Clarice was born on December 31, 1954, Detroit, MI.

Clarice Tinsley Parents

She was born to Janet and Clarence Tinsley.

Tinsley Clarice Husband

She has been married to Stephen Giles since 1987. Married Stephen Giles at Cochran Chapel United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas. They honeymooned in Mexico.

Stephen M. Giles is a children’s book author, best known for the Gothic series, Silas and the Winterbottom and the Anyone But Ivy Pocket series, written under the pseudonym, Caleb Krisp. As of 2010, he is 38 and lives in Sydney. He formerly worked as a film classifier and a market researcher

Clarice Tinsley Children

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Clarice Tinsley Height

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Clarice Tinsley Salary

Clarice’s salary is estimated to be between $10k to $50k per year.

Clarice Tinsley Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated to be around $250k.

Clarice Tinsley Nationality

She is of American nationality.

Clarice Tinsley Hometown Hero

Tinsley’s Hometown Heroes air Mondays on FOX 4 News at 5:30

Clarice Tinsley Super Bowl XLV Host

Tinsley is a member of the Board of Directors of Girls Scouts of Northeast Texas and SLANT. She is an Advisory Board Member of St. Philip’s School in South Dallas, as well as an Advisory Board Member for the School of Journalism at Southern Methodist University. She is a member of the YET Board of Directors and chairs the YET Communications and Public Relations Committee. Tinsley was a member of the Super Bowl XLV Host Committee’s Board of Directors and was Chair of the Super Bowl XLV Communications Action Team. She has been named a 2014 Style Council Ambassador for DIFFA/Dallas.

Clarice Tinsley Fox 4

Forty years ago, in 1978, Clarice Tinsley moved from Milwaukee to Dallas to anchor the 10 p.m. news for KDFW-TV, known today as Fox4. She came from a station that featured a puppet called Albert the Alley Cat, who would assist the meteorologist by dressing in attire appropriate for the weather. She found larger opportunities in North Texas. In 1985, she won a Peabody and a DuPont award here in Dallas, for digging into the city’s 911 call system.

Clarice Tinsley Retiring

 If Tinsley has anything to do with it, she’ll continue to be part of that stability. Another veteran anchor, WFAA’s John McCaa, has announced that he will retire on March 1; McCaa’s longtime co-anchor, Gloria Campos, retired in 2014. But Tinsley has no plans to retire.

Clarice Tinsley Net worth

Clarice has an estimated net worth of $1.6 Million. As of 2012, she was the longest-serving news anchor in the Dallas/Fort Worth television market. Prior to KDFW, she spent three years working for WITI-TV in Milwaukee. At WITI her duties included being the host of a monthly community affairs show, news reporter and news anchor. Tinsley has appeared as a news anchor or reporter in several Dallas-based television productions, including The Good Guys and Prison Break.

Clarice Tinsley Awards

Her work on “A Call For Help,” a series of investigative reports on issues with Dallas ‘ 911 emergency system, won KDFW both a Peabody Award in 1984 and an Alfred I in 1980. DuPont–Columbia University Journalism Research Award.
She received the FBI’s Director’s Community Leadership Award in 2007.

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