K.C.'s broadcasting career began his sophomore year of college, when he was hired to do some Public Address work for the Erie Otters of the Ontario Hockey League.
Carolyn feels that she is fortunate in that her position as a WTAJ News anchor at 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm and 11pm weekdays allows her to reach out as a public personality and to serve her community both professionally and personally.
John Clay is the Managing Editor for the WTAJ newsroom. He is the co-anchor for WTAJ News weekdays at 5PM, 5:30PM, 6PM and 11PM. John joined WTAJ News in 1998 as a reporter in State College.
As a child, Christy was terrified of thunderstorms. This led her to frequently watch the local news and weather coverage. Her fear turned into a fascination with weather, which helped her understand weather patterns in her hometown of Butler, Pa.
Joe Murgo is WTAJ's Chief Meteorologist and you can catch him weekdays with the latest Your Weather Authority forecasts at 4PM, 5PM, 5:30PM, 6PM and 11PM.
Regina Miller is WTAJ's Meteorologist for the morning and noon newscasts. Regina returned to WTAJ in 2004 as a Weekend Weather Anchor while continuing her education and receiving her Certificate of Meteorology.
Growing up in Pittsburgh, Jaime Baker knew from an early age that she wanted to work in sports. Years later, she's excited to call Altoona her home.
Jacob Kaucher joins WTAJ as its State College-based sports reporter. Jacob comes to central Pennsylvania after two years as sports director at KMOT in Minot, North Dakota.
Kelsie Metzgar joined the WTAJ News Team in January of 2015 as Johnstown Bureau Reporter.
Alex brings you the latest stories from the northern part of the WTAJ viewing area with daily reports from the newsroom in DuBois.
Christian Heilman joined the WTAJ News Team in June 2014 as a reporter.
Ashley Doerzbacher joined the WTAJ News Team in March of 2014, working as the weekend reporter.
Mallory Lane joined the WTAJ News Team as a State College Bureau Reporter.
Charlotte Ames is the area's only local Health Reporter and brings you the latest medical health news weeknights on WTAJ News at 5PM with her Healthcast report.
Dawn Pellas joined WTAJ as co-anchor of "Central PA Live" in August 2011 and she is thrilled to be back home in Pennsylvania. Dawn grew up in Patton, Cambria County and graduated from Cambria Heights High School.
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