Remi Murrey

Multimedia Journalist

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rmurrey@wluctv6.com

Multimedia Journalist

Hometown: Detroit, Michigan
School: University of Michigan - Ann Arbor


Remi joined the TV6 and FOX UP team as a Multimedia Journalist in September of 2018.

Remi graduated from the University of Michigan in the Spring of 2018 with a B.A. in Communication Studies. The University of Michigan did not have a journalism or broadcast journalism program, but Remi did not let this hold her back from achieving her goals.

During Remi’s time as an undergraduate, she joined various organizations and was accepted into several internship programs.
Remi interned as a Community Affairs intern for CBS 62/CW 50, an Editorial intern for WardsAuto and finally a Special Projects intern for WDIV - Local 4 News during her senior year. She also was a campus beat reporter for the Michigan Daily.

Aside from work, Remi loves to spend time with her friends and family, cooking and binge watching quality shows on Netflix. She hopes to include traveling in her list of hobbies as well!

Remi has never been to the U.P., but definitely is excited for this adventure!


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NBC News Headlines

Another horse dies after injury at Santa Anita Park, 25th since December

Spectacular Music, a 3-year-old gelding, did not fall but sustained a "a fatal injury to his pelvis" during a race on Sunday, the park's owners said.

Two dead after float plane crashes in Alaska

The pilot and passenger were the only people on board, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough said.

Trayvon Martin's mother announces bid for office

Sybrina Fulton joins the growing ranks of women running for office after losing a child to gun violence.

California man to plead guilty to stealing lemur from zoo

Aquinas Kasbar, 19, left the animal in a plastic drawer outside a Newport Beach hotel. He faces up to a year in prison.

More tornadoes hit Oklahoma as extreme weather continues to batter southern Plains

As many as 67 tornadoes were reported from Friday to Sunday in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Kansas and Nebraska.