Angie Moreschi


Angie has 20 years working as an investigative journalist at TV stations all over the country. She is a national award winning producer, reporter and anchor.

Her powerful stories have changed laws, led to criminal charges, closed bad businesses and helped lead to the restructuring of an entire government agency. Her work has been recognized with four national awards, eight Emmy’s and dozens of regional and local awards for excellence in journalism.

Angie now uses the unique combination of her investigative and media skills to uncover important consumer information for the Consumer Warning Network and helps to educate the public and lawmakers on these issues.

In some of her most prominent investigations, Angie exposed a cover-up in the death of children in Indiana’s foster care system, a 20-year span of priest sexual abuse on children in two Wisconsin communities, an al-Qaeda link to a Bloomington, Indiana Mosque, an HMO’s unjustified denial of services which led to the death of at least two patients, the gross mishandling of bodies and ashes at a Florida crematory, a Southern Indiana Methadone clinic distributing this powerful narcotic like candy putting patients at risk and a pit-bull fighting ring in Syracuse, New York.

She is also experienced in covering high profile court cases. She was the primary reporter for WISN TV in Milwaukee, in serial killer Jeffery Dahmer’s trial, in 1992.

In addition to her role as CWN’s editor, Angie hosts and produces stories for the award-winning, health magazine program Smart Health on WEDU TV, the PBS station in Tampa.