Annie is an Emmy-winning journalist who joined the FOX 17 news team in summer 2015. Annie started her West Michigan journey anchoring on weekend mornings and has anchored every show the station has to offer since. You can now catch her anchoring the weekday 5:00, 10:00, and 11:00pm broadcasts.

A native of Reno, NV, Annie discovered early on she had a true strength for writing and telling stories. It was that passion, plus a full-ride gymnastics scholarship that brought her to the University of Iowa. She double-majored in Journalism/Mass Communication and Sports Studies with the hopes of turning her true love for sports into a career as a non-athlete.

In addition to her student-athlete duties, Annie was able to work for the Universities award-winning television station, DITV where she discovered she was better suited for news.

After graduation, Annie spent three years as the morning reporter and fill-in anchor for KIMT News 3, a CBS affiliate in Mason City, IA.

In her free time, Annie loves to workout, travel, try new foods and restaurants, volunteer, and go to concerts/sporting events, especially when it comes to the Hawkeyes.

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Recent Articles
  • Finding Nehemiah his Forever Home

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich — A young man who wants to set a good example for others, is looking for a family to show him the way. FOX 17 continues our Forever Home series, working to find adoptive families for kids in Michigan’s foster care system. 14-year-old Nehemiah’s favorite food is pizza and now he has a whole new appreciation for it, after stepping into the kitchen with Chef Jenna at Amore Trattoria Italiana in Comstock Park. They say food is […]

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  • Holocaust survivor speaks at Kent District Library

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A rare opportunity was offered at the Kent District Library Wednesday night in Grand Rapids. Ninety-one-year-old Holocaust survivor Martin Lowenberg was there to share his incredible and tragic story. The library was so packed, they started turning people away because of the fire code. Nazis burned down his family home in Germany in 1934 and after being forcibly separated from his family, he spent four years in five different concentration camps from 1941-1945. He would never […]

  • Finding Dawson his Forever Home

    CALEDONIA, Mich — An adventurous boy, back in the saddle doing what he loves. Now, he’s hoping for a family to share those moments with. FOX 17 continue our Forever Home series, which works to find families for kids in Michigan’s foster care system. Dawson is 11 years old and feels most at home when he’s around horses. He said, “I used to do it every day, so it was just back to doing what I used to.” Karin’s Horse […]

  • Medical Moment: Students celebrating Veterans Day with Spectrum Health

  • Veterans helping veterans after Facebook post

    ROCKFORD, Mich. — A Vietnam veteran got a big surprise over the weekend. George Thomas was looking for a quote on some electrical work on a Rockford Facebook group when he got a response he never saw coming. “The power goes out in Rockford quite a few times, 6-7 times a year,” Thomas said. For most people, an outage is an inconvenience. But for Thomas, it’s a matter of survival. He was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2009 but had […]

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  • Finding Joseph his Forever Home

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich — An athletic teen, who’s into a little bit of everything, is hoping for a big family to share those interests with. FOX 17’s Forever Home series works to find adoptive families for children in Michigan’s foster care system. Joseph is 14 years old and is crazy about football and basketball, but has an artistic side too. Like most teens, Joseph also loves technology and video games, so we checked out the Grand Rapids Public Museum’s latest […]

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