Molette Green anchors the weekend editions of News4 Today and covers stories In the Community during the week.
Green and her photographer, Irene Johnson, spend their mornings showcasing what people and organizations all around the Washington area are doing in our community.
Green has been covering news in her hometown of Washington, D.C., for more than 25 years. She has been recognized with an EMMY Award for her work on NBC4’s newscasts.
She anchored the morning news on Newschannel 8 for eight years before brief stints at WTTG-TV and in COX Media Group’s Washington Bureau. For many years, Green was heard on WHUR Radio, covering morning and evening newscasts and contributing to Talk Around Town. She also produced and hosted programs on Howard University’s WHUT.
After attending DC Public Schools and graduating from Howard University, Green left town for a few years to anchor the news in Mississippi before returning to Washington to start her family.
Green has been honored many times throughout her career, including special honors by the Associated Press and through Washington’s Salute to Professional African American Women.
Green lives with her husband and two children in Prince George’s County.