KFAB Radio Local News Staff

KFAB Radio News Staff

One of the Midwest's largest radio news teams covers the Omaha and Council Bluffs area's top local and state stories with experience and dedication.  

Catch up on the top stories throughout the day on NewsRadio 1110 KFAB, and listen for special reports when there's major breaking local news or severe weather to report.   

Contact the KFAB Radio Newsroom 

(402) 556-5060   Email: News@KFAB.com

Terry Leahy - Anchor/Reporter

Terry Leahy has been a News Reporter and Anchor at KFAB Radio in his hometown of Omaha for 25 years. He is the Morning Drive News Anchor on KFAB.

He graduated from Creighton University in Omaha with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, and worked in news and public affairs in Omaha radio at KOIL and WOW before joining KFAB.

Terry has also been involved in sports broadcasting as a sideline reporter on KFAB's Nebraska Football Network, Westwood One College World Series coverage, and is in his 24th year as an original member of the broadcast team for the University of Nebraska Omaha NCAA Division One college hockey program.

Terry says he enjoys history, politics and sports.

Parker Reed - Anchor/Reporter

Parker Reed works closely with Terry Leahy on the KFAB Morning News. He is a graduate of Iowa State University, with a Bachelor Degree in Journalism & Mass Communications in Management, and was Limelight Editor for the Iowa State Daily.

He has contributed work to CITYVIEW and Iowa Living Magazines as an Intern, and is the Co-Founder of Pretty Fort, appearing on and publishing music-focused podcasts focused on musicians and events.

Julia Bertino - Anchor/Reporter

Julia Bertino is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Omaha and holds a B.S. in Communications. She started her radio career in 2015 as a member of the KFAB sales team, then transitioned to the KFAB Newsroom as Anchor and Reporter in 2016.

Julia and her partner Nate are renovating their home she says they love binge watching documentaries with their cat, Fitzgerald.

Julia says her biggest passions in life are music, theater and history.

Brock Wilson - Anchor/Reporter 

Brock Wilson joined iHeartMedia as a News Writer and Anchor in 2018. He has a Broadcasting Degree from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, where he was a News Anchor for the morning sports program, Sports Update.

Brock was a play-by-play announcer and sports producer and director in college, and also did high school football play-by-play for a Springfield area high school football team and the Heart of America Athletic Conference. Brock currently does play-by-play and public address announcing for Grand View University in Des Moines. He's also the broadcast director for the weekly Dirt Vision broadcasts at the Sprint Car Capitol of the World, Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa.

Besides being involved in sports, Brock also plays multiple instruments and is a country music fan.

Dave Bohl - Anchor/Reporter

Dave Bohl is an Anchor and Reporter for KFAB, covering when other Anchors are off or on assignment, and working on stories for KFAB News. He is often in the Omaha area visiting his mother, who lives in Blair, Nebraska.

He graduated from Drake University in Des Moines with a degree in Communications. Throughout his radio career, he's been a Control Room Board Operator, live Show Producer, and now a News Anchor and Reporter.

Dave is also a professional musician, performing regularly all around the Midwest. He plays saxophone, flute, clarinet, piano, and is also a vocalist. 

Sue Danielson - Anchor / Reporter

Sue Danielson enjoys covering a wide range of stories, sharing news and information with KFAB Radio listeners. She says she is especially interested in severe weather coverage, having reported on numerous tornadoes, thunderstorms, floods, ice storms, and blizzards.

Sue has won multiple state and national awards for her reporting and newscasts, including the prestigious National Murrow Award. She holds degrees from the University of Illinois and Southern Illinois University.

Sue and her husband Darwin have a son and a daughter.

Arjav Rawal - Anchor/Reporter 

Arjav Rawal is a college student and a News Anchor/Reporter for iHeartMedia Midwest based at KFAB in Omaha.

In his final year of high school, he was profiled by multiple news outlets for leaking the results of the famous Iowa Poll on three separate occasions. WATCH HERE

Arjav is also a musician.

His girlfriend Ashley is a student and patient care technician at Nebraska Medicine. They live in Dundee with their cat Addie.

Bill Jensen - Anchor/ Reporter  

Bill Jensen has a long history as News Anchor and Reporter at several Omaha radio stations, starting his radio career as an intern before serving in the U.S. Air Force. He has won multiple Associated Press and Nebraska Broadcasters Association awards for his work. Bill has been Anchoring for KFAB since retiring from full-time radio in 2012.

Bill has been the Public Address Announcer for the Omaha Royals/Strom Chasers for more than 25 years, and is also served for more than 25 years, and the PA Announcer for the NCAA Men's College World Series since 2001.

He and Deanna have two children, a grandson, and three granddaughters. And a cat, Oliver, who Bill says is a character and keeps the couple on their toes.

Bill and Deanna have traveled to Europe, the Panama Canal, St. Lawrence waterway in Canada, Hawaii, Mexico, Aruba, Costa Rica, and the Caribbean.

CLICK HERE for Bill Jensen in a feature interview by 6 News. Bill is featured about :30 seconds into the report. Photo by permission WOWT-TV 6 News

Trent Rice - Midwest Region Assistant News Director

Trent Rice has a Broadcast Journalism Degree from the University of Nebraska, and has worked in radio newsrooms in Nebraska and Iowa. He was News Director at KASI Radio in Ames for more than 20 years before joining the iHeart Midwest News Center as the Midwest Region Assistant News Director and KFAB News Anchor.

Trent's been recognized by the Iowa Broadcast News Association with awards for his news coverage and newscast anchoring. In 2017 he received the IBNA's top honor -The Jack Shelley Award in 2017.

Trent grew up in Omaha. He and his wife Solveig have three children.

Wendy Wilde - Midwest Region News Director 

Wendy Wilde has been a Talk Show Host, News Director, News Anchor and Reporter, Program Director, and Morning Show Host in her 43-year radio career. She is a multiple region Murrow, Sevareid, SPJ (Society of Professional Journalists), and Associated Press Award winner, and has served as President of the Minnesota Associated Press Broadcast News Association.

Wendy has a degree in Communications from the University of Minnesota, with additional coursework in Pre-Medicine at the University of Dayton, Marketing at the Carlson School of Management, and Business and Economics at Wright State University. She also holds a Project Management Certification.

Wendy has a long history of volunteerism, and she and her husband Michael co-founded and ran a volunteer-operated 501(c)3 non-profit teen center for six years VIDEO CLICK HERE. VIDEO CLICK HERE: Wendy Wilde goes in depth in a TV interview.

Wendy and her husband, Michael have three children and one grandson.

Contact the KFAB Radio Newsroom 

(402) 556-5060   Email: News@KFAB.com

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