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  • Justin Andrews

    Justin Andrews

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    Justin joined KWWL in October 2013 as a reporter covering the Iowa City area.More >>
    Justin joined KWWL in October 2013 as a reporter covering the Iowa City area.More >>
  • Michelle Corless

    Michelle Corless

    I'm excited to join KWWL as a reporter in the Cedar Rapids newsroom.More >>
    I'm excited to join KWWL as a reporter in the Cedar Rapids newsroom.More >>
  • Michael Crowe

    Michael Crowe

    Michael is a native Iowan, and grew up in the Quad Cities. From there, he spent his undergraduate years at Luther College in Decorah, where he studied English with a writing emphasis.More >>
    Michael is a native Iowan, and grew up in the Quad Cities. From there, he spent his undergraduate years at Luther College in Decorah, where he studied English with a writing emphasis.More >>
  • Ally Crutcher

    Ally Crutcher

    From the Lone Star State to the Show Me State, I'm now happy to call the Cedar Valley my home!More >>
    From the Lone Star State to the Show Me State, I'm now happy to call the Cedar Valley my home!More >>
  • Lauren DeWitt

    Lauren DeWitt

    I grew up in Barrington, Ill., where I was bit by the journalism bug at a young age. During my high school years, I was a meteorologist for my high school's TV program "BHS-TV."More >>
    I grew up in Barrington, Ill., where I was bit by the journalism bug at a young age. During my high school years, I was a meteorologist for my high school's TV program "BHS-TV."More >>
  • Becca Habegger

    Becca Habegger

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    In May of 2010, I found myself completing the state sandwich: I lived from eye-twinkle to teens in Minnesota, spent my college years at the University of Missouri and then got a reporting job with KWWL here in eastern Iowa.More >>
    In May of 2010, I found myself completing the state sandwich: I lived from eye-twinkle to teens in Minnesota, spent my college years at the University of Missouri and then got a reporting job with KWWL here in eastern Iowa.More >>
  • Nikki Newbrough

    Nikki Newbrough

    I started my career with KWWL when I covered the tornadoes and floods in east central Iowa as an intern during the summer of 2008. It was at this time that I learned the power of TV and its ability to save lives.More >>
    I started my career with KWWL when I covered the tornadoes and floods in east central Iowa as an intern during the summer of 2008. It was at this time that I learned the power of TV and its ability to save lives.More >>
  • Shelley Russell

    Shelley Russell

    I grew up in Waverly, Iowa, with my twin sister and younger brother, pretending to be a KWWL news anchor in front of my parent's clunky home video camera. It's great to be reporting at the station I grew up watching!More >>
    I grew up in Waverly, Iowa, with my twin sister and younger brother, pretending to be a KWWL news anchor in front of my parent's clunky home video camera. It's great to be reporting at the station I grew up watching!More >>
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  • UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:28 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:28:42 GMT
    The UNI Women's soccer team is coming off a disappointing 4 and 15 season marred by injuries and a lot of close losses. In fact the Panthers were either tied of had the lead in the second half of 15 of their 19 games last fall. Despite their efforts uni soccer has been picked to finish in last place in the conference this fall--but the Panthers did have one voter pick them to finish in first place.UNI head coach James Price said, "Well that would be me--but I do that every year--i am a little...More >>
    The UNI Women's soccer team is coming off a disappointing 4 and 15 season marred by injuries and a lot of close losses. In fact the Panthers were either tied of had the lead in the second half of 15 of their 19 games last fall. Despite their efforts uni soccer has been picked to finish in last place in the conference this fall--but the Panthers did have one voter pick them to finish in first place.UNI head coach James Price said, "Well that would be me--but I do that every year--i am a little...More >>
  • Waterloo Columbus Football team puts new coach through ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Waterloo Columbus Football team puts new coach through ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Waterloo Columbus Football team puts new coach through ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:28 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:28:06 GMT
    At the end of Waterloo Columbus Sailors football practice on Thursdaynew sailor head coach Brad Schmidt got caught up in a bit of a challenge---as the entireSailor football team dropped a couple of buckets of ice water on him for the ALS Challenge. Friday we will have an interview with the new Columbus head coach.More >>
    At the end of Waterloo Columbus Sailors football practice on Thursdaynew sailor head coach Brad Schmidt got caught up in a bit of a challenge---as the entireSailor football team dropped a couple of buckets of ice water on him for the ALS Challenge. Friday we will have an interview with the new Columbus head coach.More >>
  • UNI Volleyball picked to finish second in the MVC

    UNI Volleyball picked to finish second in the MVC

    UNI Volleyball picked to finish second in the MVC

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:27 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:27:20 GMT
    The University of Northern Iowa volleyball team has been pegged to finish second in the 2014 preseason Missouri Valley Conference coaches' poll. The Panthers nabbed a pair of first-place votes but came up two points short of favorite Wichita State in the poll.Panther head coach Bobbi Petersen believes the conference will be very competitive again--but she's thankful the MVC Postseason tournament will be held in Cedar Falls. "Very pumped that during one of the most competitive conference races...More >>
    The University of Northern Iowa volleyball team has been pegged to finish second in the 2014 preseason Missouri Valley Conference coaches' poll. The Panthers nabbed a pair of first-place votes but came up two points short of favorite Wichita State in the poll.Panther head coach Bobbi Petersen believes the conference will be very competitive again--but she's thankful the MVC Postseason tournament will be held in Cedar Falls. "Very pumped that during one of the most competitive conference races...More >>
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