Alicia Naspretto

Iron Mountain-Kingsford Bureau Reporter

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anaspretto@wluctv6.com

Iron Mountain-Kingsford Bureau Reporter

School: University of South Florida
Hometown: Astoria, New York

Alicia started with TV6 in March of 2018 as the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Bureau Reporter.

Alicia's love for journalism started in eighth grade when she and a friend started a short morning news brief for her middle school. Her passion grew as she became an editor for her high school paper and yearbook. In college, Alicia continued to explored this love for journalism more through many internships both in radio and television.

Alicia has a Bachelors of Arts from the University of South Florida in Culture and Media Communications with a minor in American Sign Language. After graduation, her career began in Axtell, Nebraska as a News Assistant and a Weekend Assistant Producer.

Aside from journalism, Alicia is passionate about traveling. She has a goal to visit all 50 states and as many countries as possible. So far she has reached eight countries and about half of the states. Alicia loves spending time outdoors, cooking, reading books and the occasional Netflix binges.


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