Liz Dueweke is a morning anchor for the Fox 25 morning news. She has had a chance to live all over the country and is excited and thankful to be living in Oklahoma City.
Before coming to Fox 25, Liz spent time in Flint, Mich., as a weekend evening anchor and general assignment reporter. But she is no stranger to mornings, as her career took her to Yuma, Ariz., as an anchor and reporter. She got her feet wet in the TV news biz at the Fox affiliate in Detroit. A Golden Grizzly, Liz graduated with a degree in journalism from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich.
In her spare time, she enjoys running; spending time with her Pomeranian, Wolfie; going to Oklahoma City Thunder games; and exploring all the local hideouts that make OKC special.
Liz was born and raised in southeast Michigan, right outside Detroit, but truly feels like she has found her home here in Oklahoma.
Danielle Vollmar joined Fox 25 in late June 2009 as the weekend meteorologist. She is excited to be forecasting for the heart of tornado alley!
Prior to joining Fox 25, Danielle worked as the midday meteorologist for WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Md., where she forecast all kinds of weather, including winter storms, severe thunderstorms, coastal floods and tropical systems, including Hurricane Hanna. In 2008, she won the AP Award for Best Weathercast.
She graduated from Cornell University with a degree in atmospheric science and a minor in communications. While there, she worked as a fill-in meteorologist at WENY-TV in Elmira, N.Y. She also interned at ABC 7 News in New York City and NBC-10 News in Philadelphia.
Originally from Lansdale, Pa., Danielle is a big Philly sports fan! She likes to work out, hang with friends and family, and cheer on her teams, especially the Eagles. A member of the American Meteorological Society, she recently was awarded its Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal.