Emma Hogg joined the KWQC-TV6 news team in June of 2016.
Emma graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor’s Degree in News & Information Journalism from the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications and a minor in Business. While at the University of Kansas, Emma worked at the student-run television station, KUJH-TV, as a news anchor, reporter and producer where she earned multiple awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.
During her time in college, Emma held multiple internships both during the school year and in the summer months. She interned at WOW! Channel 6 in Lawrence, Kansas for two years where she had the opportunity to provide enterprise stories for the station and serve as on-air talent. Emma also interned at KMBC 9 news in Kansas City, MO in 2013. During the summer of 2015 Emma was able to live out a lifelong dream of interning at NBC Today Show in New York City.
When not reporting, you can find Emma running around town… quite literally! Emma has a passion for half-marathon races. She enjoys shopping, baking and occasionally listening to one of her favorite artists, Frank Sinatra. Most importantly, Emma enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Originally from the Chicago area and Overland Park, Kansas, Emma is happy to have found a good “halfway point” from both, here in the Quad Cities. If you would like to contact Emma with a story idea, ice cream recommendation, or just to say hello feel free to reach out via email, EHogg@kwqc.com, Facebook or Twitter.
Four sources say President Trump is leaning toward decertifying the Iranian nuclear deal and then letting Congress decide whether the U.S. will withdraw from the pact.
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