Patrice Wood has been delivering the news at NBC 10 for more than 30 years.
Starting at NBC 10 in 1980, she has been the recipient of numerous volunteer and professional awards, including the prestigious Silver Circle award from the New England Association of Television Arts and Sciences and the Congressional Angels in Adoption Award.
Prior to joining NBC 10, Patrice was a news anchor/reporter for WDHO-TV in Toledo, Ohio. Patrice also held several news positions with WBGU-TV in Bowling Green, Ohio.
She held internships with the United States House of Representatives, Time Magazine, as well as the ABC-TV network in Kansas City, Missouri.
A native of Rockford, Ohio, Patrice received a Bachelor of Science in journalism from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Her Tuesday's Child reports, which feature children in state care who need permanent homes, have resulted in numerous children being matched with adoptive families.
In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor activities with her family.