Aisha Morales

Action 2 News Weekend Anchor/Reporter

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amorales@wbay.com

As a big Green Bay Packers fan, Aisha could not refuse the chance to work in Green Bay. She loves the town and hopes to stay here for many years to come.

Aisha started her journey at WBAY at the start of August 2016. She moved here from Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she was a weekday reporter and weekend weather girl.

She attended Arizona State University — Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications and received a bachelor’s degree in broadcast communication. There she was a producer then reporter for the award-winning student newscast, Cronkite News.

After college she started her career in Yuma, Arizona, at KYMA News Channel 11. There she worked as a reporter, anchor, producer and even gave the weather at times. She focused on her skills being able to shoot and edit her own stories.

She made the move to Colorado Springs in 2014. She worked for FOX21 News for a couple of years as a reporter then reporter/weather girl. It was during her time here when she received her award for Best Investigative Reporting from the Colorado Broadcast Association.

As a big Green Bay Packers fan, Aisha could not refuse the chance to work in Green Bay. She loves the town and hopes to stay here for many years to come.

She enjoys collecting records and going on walks. Exploring is her favorite thing to do!

If you have any story ideas she’d love to hear them.


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