April 2019 MMJ/Reporting Reel
Spectrum News Reporting/Anchoring Reel
Spectrum News (2016-Present)
Here is some of my work as a reporter/fill-in anchor at Spectrum News in Buffalo, N.Y.
KXXV-TV MMJ Reel (2016)
This is some of my work as a reporter, anchor and producer for KXXV-TV in Central Texas.
GTN News (NBC/CBS) (2014-2015)
As a night side reporter for the Gainesville Television Network (NBC/CBS), these are some of my pieces that have aired during evening newscasts.
It's been 25 years since 20 year old Tiffany Sessions went missing while on a walk in Gainesville. Her parents and detectives have spent the last two decades looking for any trace of her. And in just a few days, the Alachua County Sheriff's Office will officially release the name of the man they now believe is her killer. That man is serial killer, Paul Rowles, who died in prison last year. While this new information may seem like any family's worst nightmare, as GTN's Rochelle Alleyne shows us, the Session's say it may help to bring them some closure.
Florida's flood insurance rates have been rapidly increasing. With many criticizing the government for their lack of action, one local man says he's doing what he can to help out. GTN's Rochelle Alleyne has more.
September is Hunger Awareness month. While hunger may seem far removed from your everyday life, as GTN's Rochelle Alleyne shows us, it may be closer than you think.
The Suwannee County Water Management District says local businesses are putting a strain on area springs. But as GTN's Rochelle Alleyne shows us, thanks to a new program, those businesses can now save water and money.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month. It shines light on a crime that affects thousands of people every year. GTN's Rochelle Alleyne spoke to a few of those people and found out what they're doing to make a difference.
We've all heard of mixing business and pleasure, but what about mixing business and sewage? GTN's Rochelle Alleyne tells us why one North Florida City is doing just that.
I report, anchor, and produce content for the North Central Florida NPR affiliate station Florida’s 89.1. Here are some of my latest stories:
WUFT-TV (PBS) (2013-2015)
As a reporter/producer for WUFT News, the PBS affiliate in Gainesville, these are some of my pieces that have aired during the evening newscast.
Waldo city leaders point to an ongoing federal investigation and a lack of funding as reasons why the local police department should be shut down. While county law enforcement is promising to pick up the slack, as WUFT's Rochelle Alleyne shows us, those who live in the area are left feeling uneasy.
Following a string of sexual assaults on/near the UF campus, there's a new program aimed at keeping students from walking alone at night. WUFT's Rochelle Alleyne has more.
Lexi Henderson may seem like your average teenager, but there's something pretty special about her. She's missing a vital organ, but as WUFT's Rochelle Alleyne shows us, that isn't stopping her from living her version of "normal."
As Bernie Machen transitions into retirement, the gator nation now knows who will be taking his place. WUFT's Rochelle Alleyne has been following this story all day and got a chance to meet, Dr. Kent Fuchs, UF's 12th President.
One man is dead is after an early morning shooting in Ocala. WUFT's Rochelle Alleyne was on the scene and spoke to some neighbors who say they saw this crime coming.
Investigative Pieces (2014)
These are the investigative radio and television pieces I've done for an Investigative Journalism course that I am in. All of these stories have been aired on WUFT News in either a radio or television capacity.
Should pregnant women get the flu shot? I explore this topic and some common misconceptions surrounding it in this investigative piece.
Hampton, Florida is small north Florida town that gained national attention for all the wrong reasons. A city audit revealed so much corruption that state lawmakers were considered abolishing the town. I went back into Florida's History to find out if this had ever happened before and the answer may (or may not) surprise you.
There's a mysterious new virus that's killing millions of pig across the U.S. WUFT's Rochelle Alleyne has more on the PED Virus and how it's affecting the pork industry.