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Amy Morris
Award Winning News Anchor
CBS Radio, All News 99.1 WNEW

What is your favorite drink?
Red Velvet Cupcake wine. No, really. That's a thing

What are you known for mixing up behind the bar?
It's called a 4B's. it's made with bourbon, bitters, basil (muddled) and Blenheim's ginger ale. But the only people who "know" me for it live with me.

If you could get tickets to any event (sporting, musical, opera, movie, concert, etc.), what would it be?
4 tickets to the BCS Championship with the University of South Carolina vs (insert rival college team here)

OK, you have the 4 tickets - who are the other 3 people you would take with you? Why?
My 3 brothers

Because they're my brothers, duh!

When do you start your holiday shopping? Have you started already? Or do you wait until the very last minute?
Wait. Oops.   Hey, kids, who wants a WNEW pen?

If you could get any present you wanted for the holidays, what would it be?
To be in the top five!

And a little bit more about them that is official
Amy is an award-winning news anchor and reporter in DC.
She started her career in South Carolina (home of her beloved Gamecocks) where she worked in radio and TV. From there she migrated to Illinois, working first in TV before returning to radio, where she was awarded the Associated Press Investigative Reporter of the Year Award in 1999.
That's when Amy moved to DC, where she has been reporting and anchoring for general- and federal-news outlets. Amy  has been a regular guest analyst on News Channel 8, and has appeared on Fox 5, Nightline, National Geographic, and MSNBC.
Amy won a National Edward R. Murrow award for her work covering the "Beltway Sniper” shooting spree for three weeks in October of 2002.
Today you can hear her anchor the news each weekday morning from 5:30-10 for CBS Radio on All News 99.1 WNEW.
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