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

1 dead, 7 injured in downtown Seattle shooting

Police are working to determine how many shooters were involved in the fatal incident near Pike Place Market.

Hispanic Miami officer suspended after claiming 'one-drop rule' means he's black

"The one-drop rule ... which is what identifies and defines what a black man is, or a Negro," Capt. Javier Ortiz said during a public hearing.

Black Texas teen told to cut his dreadlocks to walk at graduation

The teen's family is from Trinidad. He said that his dreadlocks are part of his heritage and that many men in his family wear them.

South Florida iguanas freeze after temperature drop

The National Weather Service even issued a “a falling iguana” forecast.

New restrictions proposed for emotional support animals on airplanes

Under the Department of Transportation’s proposed new rules, only dogs trained to help persons with a disability will be considered “service animals” and allowed in the passenger cabin.