About Angeline

As a national correspondent for the FOX television show, “America’s Most Wanted,” Angeline has worked closely with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies across the country profiling their most dangerous fugitives and unsolved cases. While Angeline is a hard-nosed investigative reporter, she is also known for her compassion and sensitivity in her work as a tireless advocate for crime victims seeking healing and justice.

Before joining “America’s Most Wanted” in 2005, Angeline hosted her own crime series called, “Georgia’s Most Wanted” at WAGA-TV, the FOX television station in Atlanta. She also served as anchor and reporter, covering breaking news and feature stories.

Angeline is the recipient of several Emmy Awards including “Best On Camera Talent: Reporter” and has been called to appear on national TV shows such as FOX and Friends, Court TV, CNN’s Nancy Grace, MSNBC, and FOX News Network’s, The Big Story and The Lineup as a commentator on crime related issues.

Angeline has worked in a variety of television markets including Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Santa Maria, California. Her career began at the CBS affiliate station in the small desert town of El Centro, situated on the border of California and Mexico. As a reporter and anchor at KECY-TV, she covered border issues, immigration stories, local politics and crime.

Angeline is a long time member of the Asian American Journalists Association and has held several elected positions with the volunteer organization, including Atlanta Chapter President and National Board Member. Throughout her career, she has served as a mentor to high school and college students and is dedicated to the mission of teaching and inspiring future journalists of the world.