Emmy Award-winning anchor/reporter, Mary Bubala, joined Fox 45 news in September 2019. She brings with her almost 30 years in journalism, more than 20 of those here in Baltimore.
Bubala's career in journalism began in 1991 in upstate New York after graduating from Ithaca College. In 1995, she was nominated for a regional Emmy for Outstanding News Feature for a series of reports from Port au Prince, Haiti. She went on to win NY State Broadcaster's Outstanding Series. She was nominated for two regional Emmy awards in 2016 and was awarded one for Outstanding Anchor. In 2014, 2017 & 2018 Bubala was nominated for three regional Emmy awards for breaking news coverage. In 2018, she was named one of The Daily Record's Influential Marylanders, honoring leaders who work to improve our lives, our state and our future.
Bubala is very active in the Baltimore community and gives much of her time to non-profit groups and charities. She's a volunteer for Reading Partners and serves as advocate and emcee for The Penn Mar Association, the American Diabetes Association, Catch A Lift and the Kennedy Krieger Institute. In 2014, Bubala and her husband rode in Johns Hopkins Hospital's Ride to Conquer Cancer, a two day, 150 miles cycling journey and raised $25K for cancer research and care.
Bubala also emcees and runs in The BWC 5K and has completed the Baltimore Marathon and two half marathons raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training.
Bubala lives in Baltimore City with her husband, two sons and SPCA rescue dog, Copper.
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