Adam Uhernik

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auhernik@kktv.com

Adam is excited to be reporting in southern Colorado after years of moving around in the Midwest building his career as a Journalist in the television news industry.

Adam is excited to be reporting in southern Colorado after years of moving around in the Midwest building his career as a Journalist in the television news industry.

Adam grew up in Pueblo. He graduated from South High School in 2001 and then attended Colorado State University-Pueblo where he graduated in 2005 from the Mass Communications Program. He also minored in Marketing.

Adam's first job in TV News was in Sioux City, Iowa where he was a General Assignment Reporter. While in Iowa, Adam covered several presidential candidates as they criss-crossed the state hoping to win the Iowa Caucuses. Adam has also lived in Nebraska and South Dakota where he was an Anchor/Reporter.

Adam loves to cover human interest stories and breaking news.
Adam is excited to be back in Colorado where he can spend time with his family and report in his hometown, Pueblo.

In his spare time Adam loves to spend time with his family and his German Shepherd dog Baillie. They love going for hikes and walks in the mountains!

If you have any story ideas for Adam please don't hesitate to reach out to him!


Latest Sports Headlines

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Posted: 01/20/2018 - Nick Halloran scored with 54.6 seconds remaining in overtime to give Colorado College a 6-5 victory over No. 11 Western Michigan Saturday night in Kalamazoo, Mich.

Posted: 01/20/2018 - Every loss hurts, but conference home losses are especially damaging — and the Colorado Buffaloes will be feeling this hurt for a while. The Buffs had all kinds of momentum heading into Saturday's matchup with Washington, a game head coach Tad Boyle called a "separation game." CU had won two in a row and four of its last five, and had a chance to hold onto at least a tie for fourth in the conference standings. But the Huskies provided their version of separation, dominating the Buffs on the boards and walking away from the Coors Events Center with a 72-62 win.