Andy Dominianni anchors Newschannel 3 weeknights at 5, 6 and 11pm as well as Newschannel 3 Live at 10 on the CW7. He is very familiar with the anchor chair at Newschannel 3 having served as WWMT-TV's morning anchor from 1997 to 1999 and is a graduate of Kalamazoo College.
Andy has been honored with many journalistic awards, including two Emmy nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, a "Best Documentary" Award from The Associated Press and a "Best Breaking News Coverage" award from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters. Before returning to the Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Battle Creek market in 2011 he held weekday anchor positions in Charlotte, Columbus, OH and at the CBS owned and operated WCCO-TV in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Andy is a frequently requested guest speaker and emcee in the Kalamazoo area and an active volunteer. He serves on the boards of directors for the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, the Community Healing Center's annual "Serve for Kids" charitable tennis event and is a founding member of the Kalamazoo Italian American Club. He also produced a monthly segment on Newschannel 3 Live at 5 to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Michigan, was named the 2016 Community Healing Center "Child Advocate of the Year' and is the former chairman of the Discover Kalamazoo (Convention and Visitors Bureau). In his 20-plus year career, Andy has reported from all over the world including Port-Au-Prince, Haiti and Brussels, Belgium and was an invited guest of congress at the 2023 "State of the Union" address in Washington DC. He co-authored "Columbus Italians" for Arcadia Publishing and has appeared on the nationally syndicated "Dr. Phil" show along with the 1988 Orion pictures feature film "Eight Men Out." Andy enjoys tennis, biking, bocce, Italian cooking, and traveling. He and his wife Erin live in Kalamazoo along with their two children Riley and Will.
Contact Andy at email@example.com.