Emilee Fannon

Emilee joins the WKOW as Capital Bureau Chief from Springfield, Illinois where she was a statehouse reporter for three years.

Her highlights while covering Illinois politics included the rise and fall of the longest budget impasse in modern day history as well as a historic school funding reform.

Fannon developed a passion for news in high school and her storytelling interest continued to grow in college while she attended Northern Illinois University.

She furthered her broadcasting career with a masters degree in public affairs reporting at the University of Illinois-Springfield.

Fannon is a huge Green Bay Packer fan and is happy to finally be rooting for her team in Wisconsin.

Reach her at EFannon@wkow.com

Emilee Fannon
Emilee Fannon

Emilee Fannon

Capital Bureau Chief

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