Rebecca Palsha is the 6 p.m. Anchor and Assistant News Director at KTUU/KYES.
Ariane Aramburo anchors the Morning Edition weekdays on KTUU/KYES and the Noon News on KYES.
Charlie co-anchors the Morning Edition weekdays on KTUU/KYES. You will also find him out in the community telling stories as a Multimedia Journalist.
Beth Verge is the Late Edition anchor and producer for KTUU and KYES in Anchorage.
Alexis Fernandez anchors the 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. weekday newscasts on KYES.
Kristen Durand anchors the Weekend Edition on KTUU/KYES as well as the 5 p.m. News on KTUU on Friday. Kristen is also a Multimedia Journalist/Reporter.
Lauren is a seasoned storyteller and Sr. Reporter at KTUU/KYES. She has experience in both radio and television in Anchorage, having turning her focus to television in 1986.
Daniella has spent half a decade working as a broadcast journalist in Alaska and is a member of the Investigative Team at KTUU/KYES.
Sean Maguire covers state politics, the Alaska Legislature and Southeast Alaska.
Taylor joined the Channel 2 News team in September of 2019, coming from The Heartland; or more specifically, Southern Illinois. Taylor is anxious to take in all unique experiences Alaska has to offer, which pairs well with his sense of adventure.
Hank Davis came to KTUU from the Mississippi Gulf Coast, arriving days before the Nov. 2018 earthquake shook Southcentral Alaska. Since then, Hank has reported in communities across the state, covering breaking news, the oil & gas industry, politics and more.
Joined KTUU in September 2020, after six years at another station in Anchorage, before it closed. You can see Dave Wednesday-Sunday.
Kortnie Horazdovsky is a lifelong Alaskan who grew up in Big Lake.
Elinor Baty, or "Ellie" as most people know her, is the producer of the 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. News on KTUU/KYES.
Makayla produces the 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts Wednesday-Sunday.
Marlise produces the 5 p.m. News on Mondays and Tuesdays in addition to serving as a Digital Multimedia Journalist for Alaska's News Source.
Jennifer Summers produces the 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. news on KYES. She was was born and raised in Nome, Alaska and cut her teeth on a microphone, starting her career in radio at KICY.
Elizabeth is an award-winning digital content creator with a background in local and national news who has a passion for sharing stories online and on social media.
Gilbert produces and writes digital content for Alaska's News Source.
Megan is a digital reporter with a background working at daily and weekly newspapers in Alaska.
Rachel grew up all over Alaska mostly in the southeast and southcentral. She is a Chugiak High School graduate who also attended the King Career Center’s Radio & Television Production program.
Eric is the Chief Photographer at Alaska's News Source and a 2018 inductee into the National Academy of Arts & Sciences prestigious Silver Circle, which recognizes industry professionals with more than 25 years of contributions to the broadcast industry.
Nick has been working in television broadcasting since 2000 and has been a photojournalist for the past 16 years.
Peggy is a lifelong Alaskan and the video editor for the 12p, 4p and 530p News Monday-Friday.
Melissa Frey is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist with experience forecasting the weather in Oregon, Washington and Alaska. You can find her forecasts on CBS 5 at noon, 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Jackie has served the state of Alaska since becoming the full-time weathercaster for KTUU in 1990. She grew up in Anchorage. She graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA, in 1983 with a degree in communications and a minor in political science.
Aaron Morrison is the meteorologist for the Morning Edition weekdays on KTUU/KYES. He loves to dig into the statistics and explain the reasons behind the weather.
Tracy Sinclare is the Weekend Meteorologist for KTUU. She is also a Producer/Reporter covering science, gardening and literary beats for KTUU/KYES.
A lifelong Alaskan, Patrick was quick to return home in May 2015 to begin his career in journalism, after his graduation from Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
Jacqueline Policastro created the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in 2014. She’s covered Congress and the White House for more than a decade.
Ted Fioraliso returned to Washington, D.C. in April 2016 as a senior reporter/executive producer at the Gray Television Washington News Bureau.
Peter Zampa joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2015 as a multimedia journalist.
Alana Austin joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau team in August 2017 after spending three years covering national and state politics in Richmond, Virginia at Gray TV's WVIR-TV.
Kyle Midura joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in September 2017 from Gray TV's WCAX-TV.
Timothy Knapp joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in September 2018 as Studio Manager and Photojournalist. He now serves as Supervisor of Videography.
Karen Daborowski joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in January 2019 as a producer.
Natalie Grim joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau as a multimedia journalist in June 2019.
Kristin Kasper joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July of 2019 as a multimedia journalist.
David Ade returned to the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July 2021 as a multimedia journalist. He previously worked at the Bureau from 2017-2019.
Nicole Neuman joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2021 as a multimedia journalist.