Andrea Roane has been with Gannett/TEGNA-owned WUSA 9 since 1981. She has anchored every news program from morning to afternoon, and late night. She currently anchors WUSA 9 News at Noon and is the station Health reporter. WUSA 9 is the CBS affiliate station that serves the DC, Maryland and Virginia region. A multi- MY and GRACIE Award winner, Andrea has covered a wealth of hard news stories, from politics, the arts, education, religion, and sports to women's health and powerment issues. In 3-decades of reporting, she has interviewed newsmakers, entertainers, and politicians. Her reporting has taken her across the U.S., overseas to Jerusal, the Virgin Islands, and Havana, Cuba. Nationwide, Andrea, with co-host Mike Hydeck, was known to viewers for her coverage of the syndicated National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade. In the DMV, Andrea is highly respected for her passionate reporting on breast health issues and promoting the importance of lifestyle changes and Early Detection in the fight against breast cancer. Andrea's commitment to women's health and community service has been recognized with countless national and local awards. For her outstanding work as a journalist and for her community service, Andrea was awarded the 2015 Board of Governors Award by the National Academy of Television Arts Sciences, National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter. In 2014, Andrea was inducted into the DC Hall of Fame. Andrea has also received the 2012 Faith Does Justice Award from Catholic Charities of the Washington Archdiocese. And she was named a 2010 Rebecca Lipkin Honoree for Media Distinction at the first annual Susan G. Komen for the Cure's Honoring the Promise Gala. Andrea was honored in 2009 by the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation with its Community Service Award for being a passionate breast cancer awareness advocate. In 2006, she was named one of Washingtonian Magazine's Washingtonians of The Year for her continued work on breast cancer awareness through heR&Buddy Check 9 initiative, now in its 23rd. year. Among her many community affiliations, Andrea is a co-chair of the Kennedy Center Community Friends Board; a member of the Capital Breast Care Center Community Advisory Council, a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Museum of Women in the Arts; a Trustee eritus of the Catholic University of America; a Dame of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta; a Sustaining Director of the Prevent Cancer Foundation; a member of the International Women Forum-DC, a lifetime member of the NAACP, the National Council of Negro Women, and a member of the Metropolitan (DC) Chapter of the Links, Incorporated. Andrea holds an undergraduate degree in Secondary Education and a graduate degree in Drama Communications from LSU, New Orleans, which is now the University of New Orleans. Andrea and her husband, Michael Skehan, live in Washington, DC. They have a daughter and son.