Mary Calvi serves as anchor for CBS2 News This Morning, CBS2 News At Noon, and anchor for Inside Edition Weekend.
Calvi, a 14-time New York Emmy award-winning journalist, has covered a vast amount of breaking news stories during her career, including 9/11. She received praise for extensive coverage of the Miracle on the Hudson, as well as news-breaking exclusive interviews inside maximum-security prison, most notably with serial killer Joel Rifkin. She's traveled to Israel and Rome for live special coverage.
Calvi is also an author. Her second novel, "If A Poem Could Live And Breathe: A Novel of Teddy Roosevelt's First Love," is based on love letters from the Gilded Age to and from Roosevelt and his first love, Alice Lee. Many of these letters have never been published and were long believed destroyed. Her in-depth research for her debut book, "Dear George, Dear Mary: A Novel Of George Washington's First Love," is the basis of a Smithsonian Channel documentary.
Calvi graduated magna cum laude from the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University with a degree in journalism. A native of Westchester County, Calvi lives in her hometown with her husband and their three children.
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