Tatum Guinn

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Tatum Guinn is the Morning Anchor for CBS 7.

Tatum Guinn is a west Texas girl, born and raised. She graduated from Midland Christian in 2008 and began college at Midland College. She was on the student newspaper, the El Paisano. She was also on the cheerleading squad where she was the captain 2009-2010. She finished college at UTPB where she was athlete of the year in 2012 for cheerleading. While at UTPB she began her internship at CBS 7 in 2011. She stayed on with CBS 7 after graduation and became a full time reporter in 2012. Since then, she has worked her way up from getting coffee as an intern to being able to run the newsroom as the full-time morning anchor. You can catch her on the desk bright and early for CBS 7 Morning News and reporting in other evening newscasts. While at CBS 7, Tatum has won a handful of awards for her storytelling including 2016 Best Feature Serious Story, 2016 Best Daytime Newscast and 2014 Best Continuing Coverage. She’s traveled coast to coast following members of the military. She’s been with young recruits as they earn the title as U.S. Marine at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and told the stories of U.S. Veterans visiting war memorials built in their honor in Washington D.C. When Tatum isn’t chasing down a story, you can find her scoping out the best coffee in town or hitting the road for the weekend with her boyfriend.

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Updated: 3:33 PM - The Odessa College Men’s Basketball team jumped four spots in the latest NJCAA weekly rankings to #8 in the nation.

Posted: 9:36 AM - Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski has died from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.

Posted: 01/16/2018 - The UTPB women had one of their worst weeks this season, last week.

Posted: 01/16/2018 - UTPB Men's basketball is suffering the consequences of losing their first Lone Star Conference game, to Angelo State, last Saturday.

Updated: 01/16/2018 - Midland High defeats Midland Lee, 68 - 48.