Kaleigh Emery

Sports Reporter/Anchor

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Kaleigh.Emery@kfyrtv.com

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I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA before moving to Flagstaff, AZ where I attended college at Northern Arizona University. I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Journalism with an emphasis in Sports Broadcasting. While attending NAU, I studied abroad in Breda, Netherlands for six months where I attended NHTV studying International Media and Entertainment Management.

During my time at NAU, I worked for Northern Arizona’s TV news station, NAZ Today, where I was the Sports Director/Anchor/Reporter for the station. While working for NAZ Today, I covered a number of different professional events including Phoenix Suns Training Camp for three years, Arizona Cardinals Training Camp, USGA Girl’s Junior Golf Championships, and more. I also covered local high school sports teams and NAU athletics. Being on the sidelines of every hockey, football, basketball and volleyball game was what I love the most. While working for the TV station, I also worked for KVNA 100.1 Sports radio and KJACK 107.1 radio as a board-op and play-by-play and color commentator. After graduating from NAU, I moved to Bismarck in January where I started working as a sports reporter for KFYR-TV.

If you have any story ideas, comments, or anything like that, you can reach me at my email: kaleigh.emery@kfyrtv.com or you can follow me on Twitter: @KaleighEmery.


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