Before coming to WABC-TV, Laura was weekend sports anchor at NBC Bay Area in San Francisco. She also worked in Boston as a sports reporter and anchor at New England Cable News and at Comcast SportsNet New England, where she hosted the weekly magazine show "Celtics Now". Laura's other television assignments were at stations in Rhinelander and Madison, Wisconsin.
Laura has won several honors for her work, including the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for her behind the scenes look inside Fenway Park's Green Monster. A Minnesota native, Laura graduated from the University of Wisconsin. She currently lives in Manhattan.
The senior at Donovan Catholic in Toms River not only excels in the classroom and on the field, but she's yet to meet a challenge she hasn't liked.
Ed Kranepool has been living with diabetes for decades, and last week had a big toe amputated due to an aggressive infection. It is the first step in his quest for a new kidney - one that the Mets, and Mets fans have supported.
Eyewitness News Sports Anchor Laura Behnke has the team's amazing story.
Many local gymnasts will participate at the Harlem Invitational, including our latest Future Star: Dennis Rivera Lopez.
They're fast, they're skilled, they're winners, and they're only 13 and 14 years old. Meet the D'Orlando brothers, Michael and Nicholas, the future of racing.