Wednesday, January 17, 2018

3 Houston TV newsers make Chron's most eligible bachelorettes list

Three TV newsers make Chron's Houston's 33 most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes list

Amber Elliott and Heather Leighton of have published Meet Houston's 33 most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes.

Out of the 33 spots, three TV folks have made the list.

Jennifer Reyna
"KPRC-2's Jennifer Reyna is on the small screen to deliver your morning traffic report and after a six-year absence at the gym, she's returned and is ready to head to the boxing ring with the right partner."

UPDATE: Click for info on the Jennifer Reyna dress readers were so interested in from yesterday.

Lindsey Henry
"Lindsey Henry works as general assignments reporter with KRIV-26. The Houston-native graduated from Cinco Ranch High School and Sam Houston State University, though her Emmy nomination is the highlight of her already impressive resume."

The last entry, Hasti Taghi, actually left local tv news back in 2011. However, according to the article, and her Twitter account, Taghi has just accepted a job with NBC Universal and is moving to New York. So, if you are interested in this bachelorette, you might have to jump on a plane.

Hasti Taghi
"Hasti Taghi is a Houston legacy. Ever heard of A. Taghi Fine Clothing, A. Taghi Custom Homes, or A. Taghi Persian Rugs? An accomplished woman in her own right, Hasti was named the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's "Woman of the Year," worked as a project manager in the Texas Medical Center, and recently accepted a position with NBC Universal."

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