Stephanie Rank

Anchor/Reporter

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stephanie.rank@kmot.com

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I'm originally from Wisconsin and a graduate of California Baptist University in Riverside.

I first headed out to California on a basketball scholarship, but after an unfortunate knee injury, I only got to play one year. I still wanted to stay connected to sports, and that’s when my love for broadcasting began.

I graduated with a Bachelors in Journalism and New Media with a concentration in broadcasting in April 2016. Upon graduation I was blessed with a job as a Multimedia Journalist for KMOT News. I am excited to be back in the Midwest and bring stories to life in the Magic City.

In my spare time, I enjoy activities like hiking and exploring new areas. I am a shameless sports fan and enjoy my Sunday’s watching NFL football.

I would love to hear any story ideas you have, so contact me at stephanie.rank@kmot.com

I would love to hear any story ideas you have so contact me at stephanie.rank@kmot.com


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