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Carlo Cecchetto



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Carlo CecchettoHe arrived at local CBS affiliate News 8 in 2003 as a reporter and fill-in anchor. In 2006, he left for Omaha, where he worked as an evening news anchor. Last August, Cecchetto happily landed back at News 8, where he anchors the weekday evening news. “The most important thing in reporting is to be passionate about the stories you’re covering and to be passionate about truth and accuracy,” says the father of two.

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