Glen Walker co-anchors the KTLA 5 News at 11, KTLA 5 News at 1 and KTLA 5 News at 3, and his “Money Smart” reports air several times a week on the KTLA 5 News at 10 and 11.

Glen joined KTLA in May 2010 from KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV, where he co-anchored the weekend news at both stations. Glen’s broadcasting career began while still attending Florida State University. After an internship at Tallahassee’s ABC affiliate, he worked as a production assistant at Florida Public Broadcasting for “Today in the Legislature,” where he operated a TV camera in the galleries of the Florida state Senate and House of Representatives.

After graduation, Glen became the weekend sports anchor at that same station in Tallahassee where he had interned. He also worked at a liquor store so he could pay the rent. From there, he went to WJHG-TV in Panama City, Fla., where he was a sports anchor as well as a photographer, editor and writer. After a short stint at the ABC affiliate in Macon, Ga., Glen was off to WIVB-TV in Buffalo, N.Y., where he traveled with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills and the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres, and perfected the art of shoveling snow and scraping ice off windshields.

After nearly six years in Buffalo, Glen headed out west to sunny Southern California to work at Prime Ticket Network. Along with hosting the award-winning “Press Box” nightly sports show, Glen also hosted “L.A. Raiders Magazine” and “College Football Today.” In 1990, while working as a Pac-10 sideline reporter, he barely avoided getting trampled by “Traveler” the Trojan horse at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

At WNBC-TV in New York City, Glen started as the weekend sports anchor in September 1995. He then made a successful transition to news, serving as co-host of the No. 1 rated “Saturday and Sunday Today in New York.” He was later promoted to the position of weekend news anchor at WNBC-TV. Glen co-anchored WNBC-TV’s live breaking news coverage on Sept. 11, 2001, for which WNBC-TV won several awards. Glen came back home to Southern California in September 2002.

Glen has won numerous awards throughout his career, including several Los Angeles Emmys and a New York Emmy. He has received many UPI National and AP New York awards, and for an unprecedented three years in a row from 1993 to 1995, he was part of the “Best News Anchor Team” as named by the Southern California Sports Broadcasters.

He has a lovely wife, Jody, and four children. While he roots for his FSU Seminoles, the rest of the family roots for the USC Trojans.


Recent Articles
  • Money Smart: Ogden Ski Getaway Giveaway Package

    Valentine’s Day is around the corner and KTLA wants to share the love with a winter ski package for two in Utah! Travel Expert Lisa Niver of WeSaidGoTravel tells us why Ogden is the ultimate ski destination! This contest ends on 2/8/18. Glen Walker reports on the KTLA5 News at 11pm on 2/2/18.  

  • Officers Honored at Medal of Valor Ceremony in Torrance

    Officials honored 26 police and fire officers Thursday at the 45th annual Medal of Valor Ceremony. The event was hosted by South Bay Police and the Fire Memorial Foundation at the Torrance Marriott. Glenn Walker reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on May 23, 2019.

  • LAPD Officer Ken Lew on Starting Organization That Helps Families in Need

    After patrolling the streets of Los Angeles for more than two decades, Officer Ken Lew saw a lot of families and crime victims in need. In 2014 he decided to start a nonprofit organization to help out those families. Badge of Heart has provided food, clothing, housing assistance and baby essentials to families. The organization is also hosting its first BBQ event Sunday to raise funds for the family of CHP Sgt. Steve Licon, who was killed in the line […]

  • Money Smart: Cancun Getaway Giveaway

    Trade the stress of the holiday season with a relaxing four nights at Hotel Xcaret Mexico. This giveaway ends at 5pm on 11/19/18.   Glen Walker reports on the KTLA5 News at 11pm.  

  • House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi speaks during a DCCC election watch party at the Hyatt Regency on Nov. 6, 2018, in Washington, D.C. (Credit: Zach Gibson/Getty Images)

    Democrats Regain Control of House of Representatives, 8 Years After They Lost Chamber

    Democrats on Tuesday captured the House of Representatives for the first time in eight years to exert a major institutional check on President Donald Trump and break the Republican monopoly in power in Washington. But the GOP solidified their Senate majority after an acerbic midterm election that enshrined America’s deep political divides and shaped a highly contentious battleground for the stirring 2020 presidential race. In his first reaction to a mixed night, Trump chose to celebrate Republican successes. “Tremendous success tonight. Thank you […]

  • Money Smart: Terranea Resort Wellness

    Looking for a local getaway good for your mind, body and soul? This is your chance to win an escape above the coastal bluffs at Terranea Resort and experience their new wellness program.  This contest ended on 4/9/18. Glen Walker reports on the KTLA 5 News at 11pm on 4/6/18.  

  • At Home With Joe Davis, Announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers

    Before Joe Davis kicks off his second year as the broadcast announcer for the L.A. Dodgers, Glen Walker sits down with the Davis family to talk about Joe’s rise to the top, advice from Vin Scully and the couple’s new life in Southern California. Glen Walker reports on the KTLA5 News at 10 on March 29, 2018.

  • Money Smart: Chai Energy App

    If electricity bills are constantly putting you in shock, plug in with a new Money Smart app called Chai Energy – it could help keep your rates from soaring through the roof. Glen Walker reports on the KTLA5 News at 11pm on 3/13/18.    

  • Money Smart: L’arganique Beaute Valentine’s Day Giveaway

    Spritz your way to love & luxury this Valentine’s Day with L’arganique Beaute.  Style expert Anya Sarre is wrapping up a special giveaway for one lucky viewer. Glen Walker reports on the KTLA5 News at 3pm on 2/9/18.

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