The well-known host of the Fox5-DC morning show and multiple Emmy Award-winning news anchors Steve Chenevey maintain their personal lives private, but his admirers are inquisitive about his romantic relationships.
Steve Chenevey hasn’t revealed anything about his personal life up to this point, so we don’t know if he’s married or if he has children. And it is amazing how he maintains such a private existence while being such a well-known television personality who is frequently the subject of media scrutiny.
The anchor just had to endure a heartbreaking misfortune. On May 10, 2020, Chenevey, who described his mother as his role model, biggest influence, and teacher, posted heartbreaking news about her passing on Twitter. Following the post, he received several condolences and consoling notes, and some loyal followers also noted his absence from his morning broadcast.
Steve Chenevey Glorious Career
In 1996, the newscaster started his career as a newscaster for WYTV TV in Youngstown, Ohio. He worked for the network for three years before moving to WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh in 1999 as a news correspondent.
He then started working for Fox Broadcasting network as a news anchor for WTTG Washington DC in 2002. He returned and worked there for nine years until joining WJLA-TV. However, after only a year of employment there, he returned to Fox Television in 2013 and has been employed there since.
At FOX5, the anchor hosts Good Day from nine to eleven in the morning and morning news from six to nine.
He received the Best News Anchor Emmy in 2010 and 2011 in honor of his outstanding efforts.
Given his level of accomplishment in his industry, he may have amassed a considerable amount of net worth that hasn’t been made public yet. However, a source claims that the news anchor’s income might be as high as $70,00 per year.
The anchor, who was born on July 18, 1970, in Western Pennsylvania, is currently 51 years old. He attended the Clarion University of Pennsylvania to earn his bachelor’s degree in communication after enrolling at Kent State University to pursue mathematical sciences.
In reality, Chenevey was inspired to pursue a career in journalism by his early interest in traveling to every country in the world and capturing life in other places.