Emmeline Ivy

Reporter

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Hi, I’m Emmeline Ivy

I was born and raised in South Florida, and I could not be more excited to experience the changing seasons and snow North Dakota has to offer!

I started my broadcasting journey as a Florida State University meteorologist, delivering the weather for a local Tallahassee, FL T.V. channel. From there, I began reporting sports for FSU on the statewide FOX Sports Sun Network. I followed my ultimate passion for the news to Jacksonville, FL where I worked as a news intern at WJXT - News4Jax.

When I’m not reporting, you can catch me at the mall or snapping pictures for Instagram—something I definitely consider a hobby.

I’m happier than ever to be a part of your KFYR News Leader and am driven to deliver you only the best.

Find me on:
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