Paige Spisak

Morning Live Reporter/Multimedia Journalist

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pspisak@wluctv6.com

Morning Live Reporter/Multimedia Journalist

Hometown: Milford, Mich.
School: Grand Valley State University

Paige started with TV6 in October 2018 as the Morning Live Reporter/Multimedia Journalist.

Born and raised in Milford, Michigan, Paige enjoyed growing up in a smaller town. Working as the Morning News Director at her high school sparked her interest in the world of Broadcasting.

Paige graduated from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor of Communication Studies degree.

Paige loves dance, whether that may be teaching, performing, watching or choreographing. Dance has been a large part of her life since the age of two. She also enjoys the great outdoors, often sneaking off to a waterfall any chance she gets. Other hobbies include photography, crocheting and playing with her pups as often as possible.

Paige has been visiting Marquette since she was a young girl and is very excited to really dive into the community!


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NBC News Headlines

Elon Musk unveils his test car tunnel as a fix for traffic in L.A.

Musk called his project still "a little rough around the edges." The system's first test drivers described a bumpy ride at less than optimum speeds.

Trump administration relaxes requirements to sponsor migrant children

The modifications are expected to significantly speed up the time it takes a child to be matched with a sponsor

Trump Foundation agrees to dissolve with judge to oversee dispersal

"Reputable" charities will receive money from the Trump family’s charitable organization, which was formed in 1987.

Senate passes sweeping criminal justice reform bill

The House is expected to take up the Senate version of the bill at a later date before sending it to the president.

U.S. added to list of most dangerous countries for journalists for first time

At least 63 professional journalists were killed doing their jobs in 2018, a 15 percent increase over last year, Reporters Without Borders said.