Many people remember Pamela Davis as the anchor for the number one weekend newscast on KFMB, Channel 8 (San Diego). While there, she covered many national stories and was featured as a correspondent on CNN, HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel”, and the CBS news magazine “48 Hours”.
In addition to the rigorous duty of covering the top stories, her weekly franchise “Adopt 8” featuring children in the foster care system, drew a huge amount of community support. As a result, nearly 300 children were placed into permanent homes.
She went from Channel 8 to Denver, Colorado to anchor Fox 31’s Good Day Colorado. In the first year of the newscast, she was recognized by her peers with a nomination for best local anchor.
Now back home in San Diego, she has made the move from television to radio. In October she began co-anchoring the Morning Edition news show on KPBS, San Diego’s highly respected NPR station.
Pamela is the proud mom of two college-aged children. Her daughter Lindsay is a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and her son Jordan attends the University of Miami.