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Kaylin Krashesky
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Kaylin is very excited to be part of the team on NewsWatch 12 This Morning.
 
You could say that journalism is in her blood. Originally from Chicago, Kaylin grew up in a family with a history in TV journalism. She even spent time as a child playing in front of the weather chroma key green screen and reading the TelePrompter.
 
Prior to joining NewsWatch 12, Kaylin was a videojournalist and associate producer at WMBF News in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Earlier, she worked as a reporter and anchor at KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri.
 
Her passion for telling people's stories developed at an early age. She was an editor and columnist for her high school's award-winning newspaper. During her college years, she continued her pursuits at the University of Missouri, long recognized as among the nation's top journalism schools. She earned degrees in both Broadcast Journalism and Political Science as well as a minor in Psychology.
 
Kaylin also appreciates the importance of making a difference in her local community by participating in charitable causes and events. She was very involved in her sorority in college, and through them was able to lead many different service events throughout the local community. She believes that to whom much is given, much is expected.
 
Travel is among her varied interests. Her schooling took her to Sydney, Australia and London, England, where she worked for the MSN UK website. She is very fortunate to have traveled around the world,she believes that the best way to understand diverse cultures is to experience them first-hand. She's also an avid reader and loves good movies.
 
Kaylin considers herself to be very fortunate to work on NewsWatch 12 This Morning and loves waking each morning and helping viewers across Southern Oregon and Northern California begin their day.
 
She is always looking for terrific story ideas, so if your have a story or suggestion - or a great event or restaurant recommendation - don't hesitate to let her know.
 
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