Faith Sidlow has called the valley home for more than 27 years. She began her career at KPBS-FM (NPR) in San Diego and KNX News Radio Los Angeles where she worked as the San Diego reporter. She also served a research internship with CBS News in London.
At KSEE-24, she’s worked as assignment editor, producer, consumer reporter and weather forecaster. She began anchoring the noon news with Bob Long in 1991 and added KSEE Sunrise to her duties in 1995. You can catch her weekdays on Sunrise from 5:00 to 7:00 a.m. After that, you'll find her at Fresno State where she teaches journalism.
Faith has won numerous awards for reporting and anchoring, including the Edward R. Murrow, RTNDA, Best of the West and several Associated Press awards. She has two Emmy nominations, and one of her stories--Extreme Faith--won an Emmy for editing. She and Bud Elliott received the Associated Press Mark Twain award for Best Anchor Team Division II in California, Nevada and Hawaii in 2005 and 2006, and Faith has just been inducted into the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle for making a significant contribution to Northern California television for more than 25 years.
Faith's favorite assignment has been her Extreme Faith series when she tried just about anything, including rock climbing, sky diving and running a marathon.
Faith loves the outdoors. She and her family bike, hike, ski, scuba dive, golf and cook together.
If you have a story idea for Faith, you can email her at email@example.com