Judy Wang
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Judy Wang is the anchor of the CLTV weekend morning news. She reports general assignment stories during the week for CLTV, the WGN Morning News, and WGN Midday News. Judy joined CLTV in May 1995 and WGN TV in August of 2009.

Her 1997 documentary entitled “Gina’s Journey”, about a teen girl’s battle with aids, won CLTV second place honors from the National Press Photographers Association for Best Documentary. It was CLTV’s first national award. Judy hosted five of CLTV’s “Community of Cultures” programs in honor of Asian-American Heritage Month. She is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and the Radio Television News Directors Association.

Judy is a San Francisco native who grew up in Chicago’s Rogers Park community. She graduated from Glenbrook South High School in Glenview in 1984 and the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1988. In 1985, she spent one summer studying at Tamkung University in Taiwan. She has been an anchor/reporter at KGAN-TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, WAOW-TV in Wausau, Wisconsin, WTZH-TV in Meridian, Mississippi, and KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri.

Judy studied ballet, tap, and jazz dance before beginning her television career. She enjoys pilates, shopping, broadway shows, and opera. Judy has served as master of ceremonies for many charity fundraisers and as the grand marshal for Chicago’s Chinese New Year parade. She serves on the advisory board of the Chinese American Service League– the Midwest’s largest social service agency serving Asian Americans.


Recent Articles
  • Members of Chicago’s Ukrainian community mourning loss of Flight 17

    In Chicago, the deeply rooted Ukrainian community is mourning those lives lost aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and prays for the future of its troubled nation. Some residents gathered at a church service Thursday evening near Chicago Ave and Oakley in Ukrainian Village. The churchgoers at St. Nicholas Ukrainian Greek Catholic Cathedral prayed for peace in the conflict the world is now watching very closely. The conflict that has been brewing for months between Russia and Ukraine has left this […]

  • Double homicide prompts hospital lockdown

    Methodist Hospital in northwest Indiana was locked down early Friday morning after two people were found dead. Merrillville Police were notified of an assault inside the hospital around 12:30 am, Friday. Upon arrival, police found a woman who had been fatally stabbed. The woman has been identified as Margarine Haywood, 80, of Gary, Indiana. As police searched the area, they learned the address of a second possible crime scene outside of the hospital. They conducted a well-being check at a […]

  • Over 50 injured, 11 killed in holiday weekend shootings

    It’s been a violent holiday weekend in several Chicago neighborhoods. At least 11 people are dead and more than 50 people are injured in shootings since Thursday night. One shooting overnight left a woman dead near west 109th and Throop. The 44 year old woman may have been attending a barbeque nearby when she was shot. Her name hasn’t been released and there’s no information yet about what circumstances led to the shooting. Three people were shot about a half […]

  • Patio collapse displaces several people in West Town

    Several people have been displaced after a patio collapsed in the West Town neighborhood. It happened in the 1400 block of West Chicago around 1 a.m. Friday. The entire concrete section between two apartment buildings fell 10 feet into the basement. Nobody was on the patio when it collapsed, but three people had to be rescued by emergency responders. Authorities are not sure what caused the collapse. A building inspector has been called out to look at the damage.

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    Family of WWII vet killed by beanbag gun files lawsuit

    The family of a World War II vet, who died after Park Forest police fired bean-bag rounds at him, filed a lawsuit against the police department. Last July, police responded to a call from an assisted living facility where 95-year-old John Wrana lived. Police said they tried to subdue wrana– who had a knife, a long shoehorn, a cane, and had become belligerent. Park Forest officer, Craig Taylor, fired five bean-bag rounds at close range. Wrana died the next day. […]

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    Cubs fight for free parking near Wrigley Field

    The Cubs are hoping to get the go ahead from the city of Chicago today, to keep using a remote parking lot. The Cubs went before the city’s zoning board, asking for a special permit for free parking for the lot near Irving Park and Rockwell. They have already been offering parking there for night and weekend games this season, but the team didn’t have a permit. It’s part of an agreement with Mayor Emanuel and Alderman Tunney over the […]

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    4 teens rescued from car in creek

    A car accident left four teenagers submerged in a creek. It happened early Friday morning in southwest suburban Crestwood. A car left the road and rolled over into a creek upside down. Firefighters rescued three people right away, but they had to cut open the car to reach a girl inside. The water was four feet deep and muddy. “This is a road that goes into a park. It’s closed at nighttime, so I don’t know why the vehicle was […]

  • Man accused of killing wife, daughter, family dog in Waukegan

    Bond has been set at $5 million for a man accused of killing his wife, daughter and the family dog in Waukegan. Anthony Marcus is charged with two counts of first degree murder. Police say a man called 9-1-1 from a home at about 6:15 p.m. Sunday and told police he killed his family and was going to kill himself. Officers found the bodies of 50-year-old woman identified as Sun Marcus, a 17-year-old handicapped girl and a dog inside the townhome in the […]

  • Health scare lands Chicago’s top cop in hospital

    Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy underwent a common procedure to address a blockage in his arteries. The 55-year-old New York native took himself to the hospital early Thursday morning, according to police spokesperson Adam Collins. The Sun-Times reports that McCarthy took a cab to the hospital after experiencing chest pain and nausea only to discover two of his three arteries were 80 and 100 percent blocked. “Taking a taxi is not usually a good idea if you are possibly having a heart attack,” said interventional cardiologist Jeffrey […]

  • Anti-war group not allowed to march in Memorial Day parade

    Parade officials in Beverly banned an anti-war group from marching in the Memorial Day parade. The group is Southsiders for Peace. On Friday, the group learned they are not allowed to march in the parade. The organization said they have marched in the parade for nearly a decade. The Beverly Area Planning Association said they don’t oppose the organizers message and that the group is welcome to come. However, they do have a problem with the way the group spreads its message, […]

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