Long Island News 12 Anchor Judy Martin Found Dead, No Criminality Suspected

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Long Island Anchor Judy Martin Found Dead, No Criminality Suspected

SHOCK: News 12 Long Island anchor Judy Martin was found dead inside her Halesite home Friday, police said. The cause of death has not been disclosed by police don’t suspect foul play.

Judy Martin, an Emmy award winner, began working at News 12 in 1988. She covered news events from postwar Kosovo to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks as well as Hurricane Andrew and the 1990 crash of Avianca Flight 52 on Long Island.

In 25 years in broadcast news, she worked for Marketplace Report, NPR, CNBC Business Radio, World Vision Report and BBC Radio 3, according to her website, worklifenation.com, where she wrote about balancing work and life. An accredited yoga teacher, she gave workshops on stress management and released a CD on meditation.

News 12 reported on its website that Martin was “spiritual, one of a kind, had a great sense of humor and loved her job.”

News 12 is owned by Cablevision, as is Newsday. Source: NY Newsday

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