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Pat Dooris, KGW Anchor

Pat Dooris anchors KGW's 6 p.m. show The Story. He joined KGW as a reporter in 1990.
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PORTLAND, Ore. — Pat Dooris is a news anchor at KGW in Portland, Oregon, and leads the station's 6 p.m. show The Story. He joined KGW as a reporter in 1990.

His career began when Glenn Johnson, a professor at Washington State, told him about an opening at KCWT-TV in Wenatchee, Washington. After working as a reporter in Wenatchee, Dooris was a reporter at KEVN-TV (FOX) in Rapid City, South Dakota, an anchor and producer at KNDO-TV (NBC) in Yakima and an anchor and reporter for WFRV-TV (CBS) in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Dooris' career highlights include reporting that contributed to the authorities solving a ten-year-old murder mystery in Green Bay, saving a child's life with a report on meningococcal and flying with the Thunderbirds pulling nine G's.

Dooris earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from Washington State University. He also attended Carroll College. Dooris is a member of Investigative Reporter and Editors. In his spare time, Dooris enjoys hiking, fly fishing and spending time with his wife, Jackie, their two children Patrick and Ryan and their two cats, Oatmeal and Russell.

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Have a question or story idea for Pat or The Story team? Email them at thestory@kgw.com.