Elissa Borden

Multimedia Journalist

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eborden@wluctv6.com

Multimedia Journalist

School: University of Massachusetts Amherst
Hometown: Swansea, Massachusetts

Elissa joined the FOX UP team as a multimedia journalist and fiil-in anchor in May of 2019.

Just two weeks after graduating from UMass Amherst with a B.A. in Journalism and a minor in Natural Resource Conservation, Elissa packed up her car and drove 20 hours with her dad to Marquette. Prior to WLUC, Elissa worked at WHDH 7News Boston in the Special Projects department, The Fall River Herald News, and WPRI-TV 12 in Providence, Rhode Island.

A self-proclaimed foodie, Elissa loves trying new restaurants and foods in her free time. She also loves animals, nature, traveling, and sailing.

While she’s never been to Michigan before, she’s so excited to explore the area and make the U.P. her new home, and show her friends from New England around.


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NBC News Headlines

Judge asked to send doctors, inspectors into Texas border stations

Activists asked that the federal government be held in contempt over conditions at border stations in Texas after "appalling" conditions were reported.

Witness who said he killed prisoner could face perjury charge

Corey Scott had been granted immunity, but his testimony directly contradicted his previous statements, Navy officials said.

Vanderbilt wins college baseball title

The Commodores top the Wolverines, keeping the Big Ten from its first CWS title since 1966.

Former USC gynecologist, accused of sexual misconduct, arrested in Los Angeles

Dr. George Tyndall was taken into custody on charges involving 16 women.

FAA finds potential flaw in Boeing 737 Max software updates

The software update was supposed to improve safety after the jets were grounded worldwide following two fatal crashes.