Mareah Adolphs joined the KWQC news team in June 2015.
Mareah is a proud DU-HAWK; she graduated from Loras College with a degree in Media Studies. While at school Mareah was the producer of LCTV News a student run television station. She also interned at KWQC while in college for both the news and sports departments as a “Zone” reporter.
Outside of work Mareah LOVES to travel. She fulfilled a dream to study in Europe while in college visiting England, Italy, Ireland, Belgium, and Spain. All of this while studying in Lisbon, Portugal.
Mareah also loves all things Disney, The Bachelor, Dancing with the Stars, and Nintendo, and she enjoys doing photography in her off time.
She is a native of the Quad Cities, originally from Miles, IA (population 400). She’s happy to be producing in her home market.
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