Angela Rose started working at KWQC in June 2019. Before that, she interned in Los Angeles, California for the KTLA Digital Team and also at KABC for the Evening News Team.
She graduated from California State University, Northridge with a bachelor’s in broadcast journalism and a minor in communication studies.
Angela was born in California and also grew up living in Illinois, Iowa, and Virginia. You may recognize her if you attended school in the Pleasant Valley School District.
While Angela is a beach girl, she does have a special place in her heart for the Quad Cities!
Right after Angela moved from the Quad Cities at 15-years-old she was diagnosed with cancer. This inspired her to make a positive difference in the world by becoming a journalist.
Some of her most accomplished stories include traveling to Tijuana to report on the migrant caravan and reporting on the Thousand Oaks mass shooting and California wildfires.
When she’s not reporting the news, she enjoys spending time with her pug, eating out at and visiting new places!
Angela is looking forward to being back in the Quad Cities and really getting to know the area better. She loves meeting new people, so if you see her around town say hi!
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