Allison Ross, a former radio and television news anchor, was arrested on suspicion of DUI last week.
On January 10, Ross was arrested, taken into custody and booked into Las Colinas jail, where the Sheriff's Department has reported she is being held on $2,500 bond.
If Ross is convicted of the charges, she could be sentenced to up to six months in county jail, fines, probation, and more. Her driver's license could also be suspended.
Ross worked as an anchor on KFMB TV Channel 8 from 1978 to 1989. In the 1990s, she was a traffic reporter for several local news stations, and also appeared on a short-lived show on KNSD channel 7/39. After that, she was a morning news anchor on KOGO AM radio until she was laid off in 2001.
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