Tawnya Bach

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Tawnya co-anchors the KOAM Morning News beginning at 5am and also produces and anchors the KOAM News at Noon. Tawnya came to the Four States in the Fall of 2005 after working as weekend anchor at KRBC in Abilene, Texas, and as assignment editor & producer at KCTV in Kansas City. Tawnya earned her degrees in journalism and theatre & film from the University of Kansas at Lawrence. She also graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master of Arts in Communication from Pittsburg State University where she currently teaches as an Adjunct Lecturer. Her hometown is Jetmore, Kansas, a rural community with a population of about 900.

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Birthdays (9/17/20)

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Birthdays (9/15/20)

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News to Know (9/14/20)

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Birthdays (9/10/20)

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News to Know (9/9/20)

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News to Know (9/4/20)

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KU bans fans from sporting events as campuses across the state battle coronavirus outbreaks

Thieves steal Grandma's ashes from a Wichita, Kansas hotel parking lot

Judge halts Friday's planned execution of a Kansas City girl's killer

More wind power is planned for Missouri and Kansas

A train hits a northeast Oklahoma man who authorities say was walking on the tracks

Grove students head back to the classroom Monday after district completes contact tracing

Carthage's Maple Leaf Festival is still a go, but with changes

Joplin will lose flights to Chicago and Dallas in October

Nothing found as investigators continue looking for bodies of Welch girls

The search continues for the bodies of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman.

Prosecutors charge a Missouri man for killing his 12 year-old son