Adrienne joined ABC7 in 1996 after kicking off her television career in San Diego.
In 1961, Adrienne moved with her family to southern San Diego County and she later graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in journalism.
Adrienne landed her first job at KSDO News Radio in San Diego, where she worked as an anchor and reporter, and also hosted a a Sunday night talk show.
In 1977 Adrienne joined the staff of San Diego ABC-TV affiliate KGTV and worked there as an anchor/reporter for 19 years.
Adrienne has won a number of Emmys, Golden Mikes and Associated Press awards for investigative reporting, documentary and news writing.
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