Alexandra Olgin comes to the station as a multimedia reporter, producer and host.

She is originally from Princeton, N.J., but spent the last four years in college at the University of Missouri. She moved to Phoenix after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in radio-television journalism.

Olgin is the 2013 National Youth Media Award recipient honored at the inaugural Korva Coleman Community Champions Awards Luncheon in February.

While pursuing her degree, she worked at the NPR affiliate, KBIA, in Columbia, Missouri as a reporter, producer and anchor from 2011-2013. She also worked as a multimedia reporter for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s SciXchange program, which focuses on making science news accessible to the public.

She spent the summer of 2012 interning for Thomson Reuters Brussels News Bureau, primarily covering the European Union. Olgin also worked for the NBC affiliate, KOMU, in Columbia, Missouri as a reporter, anchor and web editor from 2009-2011.

During the summer of 2011, she interned at Chicago Fox affiliate WFLD with the investigative and special projects unit. She also worked at an online news source called Newsy.com as a staff writer between 2010 and 2011, and as an intern for the Fox Business Network in New York City in 2010.

Olgin enjoys traveling and any kind of outdoor activity.

Title Publication Date
Peoria Residents Urge Override To Combat School Budget Cuts April 27, 2015
Arizona Cities Working On Special Legislation To Use State Population Data For Shared Money April 24, 2015
Ducey Directs Department Of Child Safety To Allow Married Same-Sex Parents To Adopt April 23, 2015
Phoenix City Council Refers Transit Tax To The Ballot April 22, 2015
Arizona Medicaid Recipients Want To Be Part Of Lawsuit On Program April 22, 2015
ASU Researcher To Study Police Body Cameras In Tempe, Spokane April 22, 2015
Arizona Supreme Court Decides Not To Depublish Debra Milke Opinion April 21, 2015
Jhessye Shockley Case: Jerice Hunter Jury Begins Deliberations April 20, 2015
Lawyers Continue Settlement Talks In Granite Mountain Hotshot Wrongful Death Lawsuit April 17, 2015
5 Dead In North Phoenix Home April 16, 2015
Phoenix City Council Looks For Options In Flight Path Dispute April 16, 2015
VA Whistleblowers Testify About Retaliation April 13, 2015
US House VA Committee To Hold Hearing On Whistleblower Retaliation April 10, 2015
Arizona Universities Propose Tuition And Fee Increases April 10, 2015
Peoria Schools Scrap Four-Day Idea, But Teachers Still Get Raises Despite Cuts April 09, 2015
Peoria School District Not Likely To Move To Four-Day Week April 09, 2015
Maricopa County Attorney Asks Court To Depublish Milke Opinion April 08, 2015
Judge Rules In Favor Of Uranium Mine Near Grand Canyon April 07, 2015
Arizona Supreme Court Rules Probationers Can Use Medical Marijuana April 07, 2015
New Law Allows Arizonans To Get Lab Tests Without Doctor Order April 06, 2015
Fewer Arizonans Taking GED Tests April 06, 2015
Peoria School Board Looks At Other Ways To Cut Budget April 03, 2015
Arizona May Have Even Harder Time Getting Execution Drugs April 01, 2015
Opposing Medical Views On Effectiveness Of Abortion Reversal Bill March 31, 2015
Scottsdale May Add LGBT Protections To Non-Discrimination Law March 30, 2015

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