Bruce Johnson has been a reporter and anchor for WUSA-TV for 40 years. He anchors the weeknight 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. newscasts, but Bruce can also be seen regularly covering local politics and breaking news stories. Bruce has won 20 Emmys, including the prestigious Ted Yates award, which is only given with a unanimous vote of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Board of Governors. He's been inducted into the Society of Professional Journalist's Hall of Fame, the NATAS Silver Circle,and the Washington, D.C., Hall of Fame. Bruce has been honored with a Resolution from the D.C. City Council. Former D.C. Mayor Tony Williams issued a proclamation for Bruce's many years of reporting on District of Columbia issues. His community service and volunteer awards number well into the hundreds. In 1992, while on assignment for WUSA in a D.C. neighborhood, Bruce suffered a sudden and massive heart attack. Bruce decided to use his celebrity status to become a local and national heart health advocate. Bruce is married with three adult children, three grandsons and Najee the family dog. He's a graduate and noted alumnus of Northern Kentucky University with a degree in Political Science. He has a Master's Degree in Public Affairs from the University of Cincinnati. When he's not working he can be found working out at the gym, biking on his Cannondale Super Six, or traveling to the Lewes-Rehoboth beach Delaware area on the Atlantic Coast.
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