Alyssa Jawor

Iron Mountain-Kingsford Bureau Reporter

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ajawor@wluctv6.com

Iron Mountain-Kingsford Bureau Reporter

Hometown: South Lyon, Michigan
School: Central Michigan University

Alyssa joined the TV6 team as the Multimedia Journalist for the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Bureau in May 2019, just a few weeks after graduating from Central Michigan University. She earned her Bachelor of Applied Arts degree, in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts with a minor in Electronic Media Sales.

While at CMU, Alyssa was an Anchor/ Reporter for the university's award winning and student-run news station, News Central 34.

She also interned at WJBK Fox 2 in Detroit and at WILX News 10 in Lansing, during her time in college.

In her free time, Alyssa loves to go to the gym and workout, watch movies, travel and be anywhere near the water or the beach.

She hasn't spent much time in the U.P., but she loves to meet and talk with new people and is very excited to start her career in this community.


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