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

Nest camera hacker threatens to kidnap baby, spooks parents

"I’m in your baby’s room," the hacker said. But the baby was alone and safe.

Florida man tried to pay for McDonald's with bag of weed, police say

Police were alerted to Anthony Andrew Gallagher's offer early Sunday morning and got a description of him from the worker.

Mueller's office releases notes of Flynn's FBI interview

Flynn, who will be sentenced Tuesday, lied specifically about discussions with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, according to the FBI.

2 Chicago police officers struck, killed by commuter train

The incident occurred near 103rd Street about 7 p.m. CT in the city’s Rosemoor neighborhood on the South Side, Metra officials said.

Poor cybersecurity leaves U.S. open to missile attacks, Pentagon watchdog says

An inspector general's report finds unencrypted thumb drives, classified servers without locks on them and unrepaired computer bugs going back to 1990.