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South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation (3)

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation

South Florida is still home to the most head-turning female TV reporters in the nation. That's why it's time for another list of the ten hottest women delivering the news. After all, they work in a medium that places a high priority on being ridiculously good-looking while reporting stories.

To select the honorees, I polled my followers on Twitter and listeners of The Andy Slater Show on WINZ 940 AM. Those who made the final cut include past nominees and a few new faces.

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation (4)

1. Roxanne Vargas, NBC 6: A five-time Emmy winner, Vargas does an impeccable job anchoring the 6 in the Mix entertainment-news morning show.

2. Vanessa Borge, CBS 4: When it comes to the morning commute, Borge steers viewers in the right direction.

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation (3)

3. Pam Giganti, NBC 6: Another one of the station's Emmy winners, morning news anchor Giganti personifies exceptional class and grace.

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation (6)

4. Karlene Chavis, WSVN 7: Since relocating from Palm Springs, California, two years ago, meteorologist Chavis has dominated the weekend weather reports with her eloquent speech and Rihanna-esque good looks.

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation (2)

5. Kelly Blanco, NBC 6: This spunky traffic reporter is always on top of the latest delays during rush hour.

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation

6. Jasmina Marazita, Telemundo 51: The gorgeous Ecuadoran native captures the attention of her Spanish-speaking audience with her timely and accurate morning traffic reports.

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation (5)

7. Denise Isaac, Telemundo 51: The Panamanian meteorologist has stunning looks and a matching personality that appeals to all Latinos from Central and South America to the Caribbean.

8. Julie Durda, WPLG 10: The ex-San Francisco 49ers cheerleader has been making waves as one of South Florida's top meteorologists since joining WPLG's weather team.

9. Shyann Malone, WPLG 10: Prior to becoming WPLG's weekend evening news anchor in April, Malone captivated viewers with her radiance at WTSP 10 in Tampa.

South Florida Still Home to the Most Head-Turning Female TV Reporters in the Nation (7)

10. Vanessa Medina, WSVN 7: Whether she's covering a traffic accident or a school board issue, Medina always looks sharp during her general-news assignments. She's the best-dressed woman on local television.

Follow Luke on Twitter: @unclelukereal1.

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