Jerry Tudor

Photojournalist

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jtudor@wluctv6.com

Photojournalist

School: Northern Michigan University

Originally from Massachusetts, Jerry grew up near the Port Huron area and moved to the U.P. in 2001.

A proud NMU graduate, Jerry studied media production and new technology . He also dabbled in theatre.

Joining the TV6 team just in time to ring in the new year of 2012, Jerry is thrilled to be a part of the dynamic team at TV6 as a photojournalist/live truck operator. Away from his professional life Jerry spends the majority of his time with his wife and three children.

When time allows Jerry enjoys movies, video games and music.


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NBC News Headlines

People reveals photo of Trump with accuser he claims never met

The picture shows Trump standing alongside journalist Natasha Stoynoff on the same day she says he allegedly pushed her against a wall and "forc[ed] his tongue down my throat."

Illegal campfire caused blaze that torched homes in Bel-Air

An illegal cooking fire at an encampment near a Los Angeles freeway sparked a fast-moving wildfire last week that destroyed homes in tony Bel-Air and closed down a major freeway, authorities said Tuesday.

Opioid crisis straining foster system

Across the U.S., soaring use of opioids has forced tens of thousands of children from their homes, creating a generation of kids abandoned by addicted parents.

Senators say bill will save lives in crashes between cars and trucks

Gillibrand and Rubio have proposed a bipartisan bill that would require side guards on trucks to prevent "underride" crashes, in which cars go under trucks.

'Feminism' is Merriam-Webster's 2017 Word of the Year

Feminism has been in Merriam-Webster's annual Top 10 for the last few years, including sharing word-of-the-year honors with other "isms" in 2015. Socialism, fascism, racism, communism, capitalism and terrorism rounded out the bunch. Surreal was the word of the year last year.