Multimedia Journalist, Houghton Bureau
School: Savannah State University
Hometown: Austell, GA
Aleah Hordges joined TV6 as the Houghton Bureau Multimedia Journalist in March 2015. She graduated from Savannah State University in May 2013 and earned her B.S. in Mass Communications with a minor in English.
During her free time, Aleah was active with the university's television station, News 96, and was a contributing writer for the university's newspaper, Tigers Roar. Aleah was also a scholarship athlete and team captain of the university's track and field cross country team. She is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
From just 15 minutes outside of Atlanta, Georgia, Aleah is excited to work and explore in the U.P. If you see her out and about, please say hello!
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