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Heather Bosch is a CBS Radio News Correspondent based out of New York since May 2011.
During her time at CBS News, she has covered many major breaking news stories from the deadly tornado that ripped through Joplin, Missouri to the memorials for pop stars Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston.
Heather grabbed the network's attention during her time at CBS Radio News Affiliate, KIRO, in Seattle. One highlight was a live report for CBS from under her desk during the 2001 earthquake that rattled Seattle.
Bosch also contributed to CBS coverage of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver and filed for the network live in Sri Lanka in the wake of the major tsunami disaster.
Bosch has also won many awards in her career. In 2013, Heather won a Gracie award from the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation in the Outstanding Series category for covering the plight of Women Warriors, female soldiers coming back to the US to face adversity.
Bosch also won five Edward R. Murrow awards, most recently in 2012 in the Best Audio News Series category for her look back at "9/11 - Ten Years Later".
After graduating from the University of Washington, she received a post-graduate diploma in broadcast journalism from the Centre for Journalism Studies at University College Cardiff, Great Britain. She has worked in Great Britain and around the United States in both radio and television.
On Twitter: @HeatherBosch