Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Kimberly Ball - Reporter 

Posted by James at 6:05 AM ET

Usually we post the latest news, but sometimes we're a little late the table. It seems former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Kimberly Ball has been a reporter at Channel 11 in Dallas for some time now.

From CBS11tv.com

Kimberly Ball

Kimberly's first career was as an English teacher in the Dallas Independent School District. She thought both elementary and high school English for four years before making the move into the worked of broadcast journalism.

From a morning radio slot at MIX 102.9 in Dallas, she entered television as the morning show anchor for KETK-TV in Tyler. From there, she went on to Austin, were she anchored both the morning and noon newscasts for the CBS affiliate, KEYE-TV.

After Austin, it was on to Los Angeles, where she worked for E! Entertainment and then to KCBS/KCAL.

As the true Texan, Kimberly is happy to be back at home.

A graduate of Bishop Dunne High School, Kimberly attended Catholic schools all of her life. She says one of the most exciting things about college life at Loyola University in New Orleans was the chance to put up her uniform and wear her own clothes for once.

She soon found herself in another uniform, the one of a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. As a cheerleader for "America's Team," Kimberly not only cheered them onto victory in Super Bowl XXVIII at Atlanta's Georgia Dome, but also made lasting friends she will cherish for a lifetime!

If you've never seen it before, check out our full list of Cheerleaders who became reporters (and vice versa) here.

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