Terrace Myles


Connect With Me



Terrace Myles joined the KWQC-TV 6 Sports and News team in July of 2016, all the way from the great state of North Carolina. He graduated with a communication degree from a small private university in the heart of Downtown Raleigh, NC, William Peace University.

Terrace is the co-creator of his alma maters only broadcast news platform, called “15 East News,” where he was the anchor, reporter, producer, and news director of a four-person news team. Also during his time at Peace, Terrace interned at KWQC’s sister station WNCN, also in Raleigh, NC.

In addition, during his time at Peace, Terrace was named “Mr. Peace,” a traditional Peace award, where the student body votes for the who has represented the institution based on, academics, student involvement, leadership and community service.

Terrace is an avid golfer and a huge sports fan. Terrace is excited to get to know the great people of the Quad Cities. If you have any news tips, hit the links, or want to know more about Terrace, don’t hesitate to contact him.

Trending on KWQC.com

NBC Headlines

Indiana middle school on lockdown after gunfire erupts

The shooting in Noblesville, Indiana, happened a week after the Santa Fe High School massacre.

Harvey Weinstein surrenders to NYC police, is charged with rape

"Mr. Weinstein did not invent the casting couch," his lawyer said, vowing to fight the charges.

'IED' explosion in Toronto-area restaurant injures 15, two suspects sought

Two birthday parties were taking place at the restaurant at the time of the explosion and children were in attendance.

Groups plan protest at NFL HQ for players' 'right to kneel'

Protesters plan to gather in front of the NFL's New York headquarters to demand it reverse its "dangerous decision violating players' first amendment rights."

A record 4.5 percent of U.S. adults identify as LGBT, Gallup estimates

The increase was driven primarily by millennials, 8.2 percent of whom identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, according to the findings.