Adele Arakawa

Adele Arakawa

Adele Arakawa was born on August 31, 1958, she is an American evening news anchor for NBC affiliate station KUSA-TV of Denver, Colorado. She was the first female radio disc jockey in Knoxville, Tennessee

About Adele Arakawa

Adele Arakawa (born August 31, 1958) is an American evening news anchor for NBC affiliate station KUSA-TV of Denver, Colorado. She was the first female radio disc jockey in Knoxville, Tennessee. As of June 2007, she provides the female voice of the airport train system at Denver International Airport. Born Adele Hausser on August 31, 1958, Adele was raised in Hawaii and later east Tennessee. At age 16, she began taking college courses at Tennessee Tech University and working as a radio disc jockey in her hometown of La Follette, Tennessee. She also attended the University of Tennessee.

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