Ken Rice is the 5 and 11 P.M. weekday news anchor at CBS owned and operated KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, and anchors KDKA on WPCW at 10 P.M. In addition, Rice hosts Hometown High-Q, KDKA-TV's Saturday morning quiz show for local high school students and shares hosting duties on the public affairs program KD/PG Sunday Edition.
Rice's career began at Wisconsin Public Radio where he reported and anchored news each night. After graduating from University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in journalism, Rice moved to television working at WISC-TV in Madison, then at WTAE, where he spent six years anchoring and reporting.
Rice was hired at KDKA-TV in 1994, and eventually joined Jennifer Antkowiak at the anchor desk. He currently anchors top-rated newscasts with Kristine Sorensen at 5 P.M., and with Patrice King Brown at 11 P.M. Since joining the KDKA news team, he has hosted special programs and moderated numerous debates among political candidates.
Rice has been honored with local, state and national journalism awards.
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