National Edward R. Murrow and Emmy award winner Mark Johnson returned to Idaho’s News Channel 7 in April of 1996. After spending 5 years between 1983 and 1988 at KTVB, Mark traveled to WISN-TV in Milwaukee where he continued his award winning style of sports broadcasting. He left Milwaukee in 1995 for WTAE-TV/ABC in Pittsburgh where he covered the Steelers in the 1996 Super Bowl while anchoring the Nightly Sports. In the Spring of ‘96 Mark was given the opportunity to return to his favorite place on earth and was KTVB’s Sports Director until December 2003 when he was promoted to the station’s main nightly news anchor. He has covered 6 Olympic games and won an Emmy for his work in Torino, Italy. Mark graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in Radio-TV-Film in 1978. He went to work in Television Sports in 1980. He’s covered a wide variety of sports including: major league baseball, the PGA Tour, professional football and professional auto racing. Mark’s true passion is helping those in need. Since 1984 he has been involved with the Killebrew-Thompson Memorial Golf Tournament which continues as his all-time favorite charity event. Mark married the former Chris Plishka (from Baraboo, Wisconsin) in 1992. They are avid Green Bay Packers fans and have passed the allegiance down to Mark’s adult twins Hannah and Lindsey, and now onto their teenage twin daughters Alexa & Grace. When he’s not hanging out with one of his many twin daughters, his hobbies include GOLF, skiing, and music. Mark’s goals are to someday be as good at putting as his wife. And to hit a golf ball as far as his teenage daughters.