How well is the married life broadcaster Pat Harvey and Ken Lombard going on? Are they parents yet?

News by Clarence Published on 27 Feb,2017 Updated on 27 Feb,2017

Pat Harvey is an American broadcast journalist who began co-anchoring for KCAL sister station KCBS news at 5 & 11 PM.She has worked for Walt Disney owned and operated KCAL 9 in Los Angeles.She is also the longest-running anchor in one of the stations in Los Angeles.

Pat Harvey is the last anchor at KCAL 9 where she worked with Jerry Dunphy. Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors declared Pat Harvey Day on 30th October 2009 in her honor. National  Association of Black Journalists listed her in Hall of Fame. She is married to Ken Lombard.

Pat Harvey’s married life with Ken Lombard

Pat Harvey currently serves as News anchor and reporter at Los Angeles-based channel CBS2. She has currently celebrated her 27th year at the network. She is married to Ken Lombard


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Pat Harvey has a daughter from Ken Lombard named Michelle Byrd. She often attends functions and events with her daughter. Harvey with her daughter also attended the 67th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards on July 25, 2015, in Los Angeles.

Her husband Lombard is a normal person as there is no any information about his. The relation between the couple is not available. Harvey has not shared any photo and news of her husband. We can guess that they may have divorced each other but has not confirmed yet. She recently interviewed former News anchor of CBS 2, Bree Walker.

Pat Harvey’s career

Pat Harvey worked as a broadcast journalist at KCAL 9 for many years. She began her career in anchoring at KCBS news. She has traveled many places to cover various events and happenings. She has also served as CNN Headline News anchor and has interviewed Ferdinand Marcos during democratic elections.

She later worked for WNEM-TV in Saginaw, Michigan. She also carried the Olympic torch in 2002. She worked along with Marc Brown, Christine Devine, and Michaela Pereira and formed the Good News Foundation. She also appeared as a guest co-host on CBS Show, The Talk.