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 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
Arizona Has Highest Amount Of Solar Energy Per Person August 05, 2014
People Who Moved May Still Get Health Insurance Through Federal Marketplace August 04, 2014
Tesla 'Gigafactory' Location To Be Determined July 31, 2014
1,000 New People Register To Vote In Maricopa County July 29, 2014
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever In Arizona July 25, 2014
High Temperatures Cause SRP To Break Record July 25, 2014
Wood Execution To Be Reviewed July 24, 2014
WPA Building At Fairgrounds To Remain Standing Indefinitely July 22, 2014
SCOTUS Rules Arizona Execution Can Proceed July 22, 2014
Arizona Rainy Day Fund Inconsistently Funded July 21, 2014
Border Patrol Shooting Trial July 21, 2014
Legal Battle Over Demolition Of Arizona State Fairgrounds Building July 17, 2014
Yarnell Elementary School To Stay Open July 16, 2014
Preservationists Fight To Save Old WPA Building On AZ Fairgrounds July 15, 2014
Aftershocks Continue In Eastern Arizona July 11, 2014
Painkiller Prescriptions Up In Arizona July 11, 2014
Gas Prices Drop In Arizona July 10, 2014
U.S. Census Study: Unmarried Women Having Children July 08, 2014
Yarnell Elementary School Tries To Avoid Closing July 03, 2014
Arizona United: Arizona's Professional Soccer Team July 01, 2014
Advocates Fear Strict Voter ID Laws Will Reduce Turnout June 27, 2014
Lawsuit Questions Qualifications Of Executioners June 27, 2014
Immigration Central Issue Among 7th District Candidates June 27, 2014
Death Row Inmates File Lawsuit Over Execution Secrecy June 27, 2014
Red Flag Fire Warning In Northern Arizona June 26, 2014