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Judy Hsu

Judy Hsu
Judy Hsu is the co-anchor of ABC7 News This Morning, the #1 rated morning news in Chicago. She co-anchors alongside Hosea Sanders. Hsu joined ABC7 in April 2001. In addition to her anchor responsibilities, she reports for ABC7's daily newscasts and hosts a parenting segment on the morning show called "For Your Family."

Before joining ABC7, Hsu anchored the 4 p.m. weekday newscast at KFMB-TV in San Diego, Calif. She held this position from 1996-2001 and also anchored afternoon news updates for KFMB-AM Radio. Previously, she served as KFMB-TV's weekend anchor (1995-96) and general assignment reporter (1994-95).

Hsu began her broadcasting career at WPGU-FM Radio and WCIA-TV in Champaign-Urbana, Ill. (1993-94).

Hsu's reporting and anchoring has garnered several Emmy nominations. Her parenting segment, "For Your Family," was nominated for Outstanding Achievement for Information Programming. Hsu was also nominated for Individual Excellence on Camera for News Anchor in 2003. That same year, she received an Emmy for her contributions to the "Water Main Break Spot Coverage."

While at KFMB-TV, Hsu was also recognized with an Emmy for outstanding achievement for specialty reporting. She won three San Diego Press Club Awards for Best News Story, Best Series, and Best Show and was chosen as one of the "San Diego Women Who Mean Business" by the San Diego Business Journal.

Hsu is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and the National Academy of Arts and Sciences. She sits on the advisory board for the Chinese American Service League. In addition to her community involvement to raise funds and awareness for various causes, one of her passions is speaking to school children about the importance of pursuing their dreams.

Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Hsu moved to Chicago with her family when she was 11 years old. She received her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana in 1992, where she was also active in theater, dance, and the performing arts.

Hsu resides in the western suburbs of Chicago with her husband and four children.