Lynette Romero joins NBC4 as the morning news anchor for “Today in LA”


Lynette Romero joins NBC4 as the morning news anchor for “Today in LA” Lynette Romero, an Emmy-winning journalist, will join “Today in LA” as an anchor and reporter, according to NBC4/announcement KNBC on Tuesday. Romero will co-anchor the NBC4 weekday newscast with Adrian Arambulo, meteorologist Belen De Leon, and traffic reporter Robin Winston from 4:00 to 7:00 a.m. She will go live on October 10th.

Romero, a renowned and esteemed journalist in Southern California, joins NBC4 with more than three decades of journalism expertise and a long record of honors and awards from the local population. Many of Southern California’s greatest stories have been covered by her versatility and in-depth reporting. She has worked both in front of and behind the camera for a variety of shows and specials, reporting from locations such as Mexico, El Salvador, Italy, and the Czech Republic.

According to Renee Washington, vice president of news at NBC4, “Lynette has the appropriate combination of journalistic experience and genuine kindness that comes across on the television and in person.” “I am pleased to welcome her to the NBC4 team. She is a vibrant anchor with an optimistic approach to help our viewers kick off their days.”

Romero stated in a video shown to NBC4 viewers, “I have a new family, I have a new home. I’m looking forward to watching “Today in LA” on NBC4. So, follow me, and I’ll welcome you inside by opening the door. I am eager to get going.

Romero has a strong commitment to supporting the neighborhood. She participates in numerous organizations and activities that benefit students and underserved areas around the southland. She is also committed to spreading awareness of the problems that the aging population faces with dementia, memory loss, and Alzheimer’s.

Romero joins NBC4 following a lengthy and fruitful career at KTLA Los Angeles, where she hosted nearly every broadcast, most recently acting as the weekend anchor for its morning program. Romero reported and anchored for KUSA in Denver before that, where she covered the 1993 papal visit, the standoff in Waco, and the Oklahoma City Federal Building explosion.