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I’m a multimedia producer for WHO-HD. I deal with the content posted to http://www.WHOtv.com and the station’s social media accounts. I try to make sure our users are having the best experience possible and they’re able to find what they’re looking for easily.

I’m a graduate of Buena Vista University but grew up in northeast Iowa and spent my summers in northern Minnesota. I love spending time outdoors and playing for the Des Moines Women’s Rugby Club.

Recent Articles
  • Police investigating home invasion. (WHO-HD)

    Man Restrained During Des Moines Home Invasion Tuesday Morning

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Des Moines police are investigating a home invasion that happened early Tuesday morning. Police were called to 226 20th Street around 3:30 a.m. When they arrived the homeowner, Anthony Horvath, told them he was in bed when he heard someone in his house. He got up, thinking it was the contractor who was staying in his basement but says that’s when a black male wearing a red and white tracksuit and a mask entered his bedroom. […]

  • Candace Mosley

    Niece Charged with Uncle’s Attempted Murder

    AMES, Iowa — An Ames woman is facing a charge of attempted murder for allegedly shooting her uncle. The Story County Sheriff’s Office says 33-year-old Candace Mosley was arrested early Tuesday morning on a material witness warrant. Officials located her in Ames. The attempted murder charge was filed later Tuesday morning. Officials say Mosley is accused of shooting her uncle, 66-year-old Dwight Carpenter Jr. in Maxwell Monday. She is alleged to have used a shotgun. Mosley fled the scene on a motorcycle. […]

  • Knoxville Raceway. (WHO-HD)

    Knoxville Raceway Manager Resigns Over Delay in Expansion Project

    KNOXVILLE, Iowa — The general manager of the Knoxville Raceway is resigning his position in response to a decision to postpone an expansion project that had previously been approved by the Marion County Fair Board. Brian Stickel tells Channel 13’s Michael Admire his resignation will go into effect after the Knoxville Nationals, which are August 12th to the 15th.  Stickel says there was a “change of working conditions here that made it impossible to work here.” Stickel’s choice to resign […]

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    Special Election Tuesday on Polk City Recreation Complex

    POLK CITY, Iowa — Voters in Polk City are going to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in a special election involving recreation facilities. If approved, the city would issue more than $8.7 million in bonds to pay for a new recreational complex. It would include an aquatic center, 13 soccer fields, and six baseball diamonds. The measure would also cover costs to renovate the existing sports complex. Residents can vote at the Polk City Community Building at 309 […]

  • Alexander Kozak

    Change of Venue Likely in Coral Ridge Mall Murder Trial

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Iowa — The trial of a man charged with murder in connection with a shooting at a Coralville mall in June will likely be moved out of Johnson County. According to the Iowa City Press-Citizen, the attorney for accused murderer Alexander Kozak plans to file a motion for a change of venue. During a hearing Monday attorney Peter Persuad said it would be difficult for his client, Kozak, to receive a fair trial in Johnson County because of […]

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    Woodward Water is Safe to Drink Again

    WOODWARD, Iowa — A boil advisory in Woodward has been lifted and the water is safe to drink again, according to Mayor Brian Devick. Water service to the town was shut down late last Thursday when two water main valves failed, causing a loss of pressure to the town’s water supply. One of the repairs was made quickly, but the other took longer because it was buried under ten inches of concrete. Water service was restored a little after 4:00 […]

  • Basketballs

    Iowa-Iowa State Hoops Game Rescheduled for National TV Slot

    AMES, Iowa — A schedule change has been announced for the Iowa vs. Iowa State men’s basketball game during the 2015-2016 season. The Cyclones had been set to host the Hawkeyes on Friday, Dec. 11 at Hilton Coliseum in Ames. Now the game has been pushed a day so it can be televised nationally. The game will be played on Dec. 10 instead and will still be at Hilton. It will be new head coach Steve Prohm’s first crack at in-state rival […]

  • Crews work to repair broken water main valves. (WHO-HD)

    Water Turned Off in Woodward Due to Water Main Valve Breaks

    WOODWARD, Iowa — The city of Woodward is without water after two water mains broke Thursday night. The water was shut off around 11:00 p.m. after a broken valve was discovered at 5th and Main Street. Mayor Brian Devick told Channel 13 while crews were working to replace it another valve broke at 6th and Main Street. “We are expecting we will be with out water for most of the day,” said Devick.  We are going to try and have it back up […]

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    February Trial Scheduled in Fazzino Murder Case

    BOONE, Iowa — A former Boone man will stand trial in February for the death of his wife three years ago. Alexander Fazzino is charged with first degree murder. He’s accused of killing his wife, Emily. Her body was found in the bathroom of the couple’s home on January 29th, 2012 after her husband called 911 claiming someone was trying to drown themselves in the tub. During the investigation Fazzino told detectives his wife was addicted to pain medication and […]

  • Austin Arndt (WHO-HD)

    Man Admitted to Drinking ’14 to 16′ Beers Before Fatal Hit-and-Run Crash

    HARRISON COUNTY, Iowa — An arrest has been made in a fatal hit and run that happened July 4th in western Iowa. Twenty-five-year-old Austin Arndt is charged with vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. A warrant was issued for his arrest Wednesday and Arndt turned himself in to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office early Thursday morning. The complaint in the case says Arndt had been drinking at a bar in Logan on July 4th […]

  • Flooding near Indianola from the Middle River. (WHO-HD)

    Middle River Flooding Near Indianola

    INDIANOLA, Iowa — Central Iowa is getting a much-needed break from wet weather. That’s allowing some of the water to recede but river levels continue to be high in some areas. Flood Warnings At the Middle River near Indianola, several homes are surrounded by water. The water is over the banks and reached a crest of 24.77 feet around 7:00 a.m. Wednesday. According to the National Weather Service, the river level was 24.76 feet at 7:15 a.m. The same area has already […]

  • Girl drops baby sister during wedding bouquet toss.

    WATCH: Cringeworthy Video Shows Girl Drop Baby Sister During Wedding Flower Toss

    Apparently nothing is more important than catching the bouquet at a wedding — not even holding on to your baby sister.


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