Jennifer Harriger Biography
Jennifer Harriger is an American NBC5 Anchor/Reporter. She joined NBC5 in February 2016 as the station’s Weekend Evening Anchor and Weekday Reporter. Prio she was WENY-TV’s Executive Producer, Evening Anchor and also hosted and produced Twin Tiers Sunday, a weekly show that took viewers on adventures around their community.
Jennifer Harriger Age
Harriger is 31 years old as of 2018. She was born on 10/22/1987.
Jennifer Harriger Personal Life
Apparently, information about her family and siblings has not yet been revealed. Jennifer’s family lives just outside Chicago. When growing up, she spent most summers in Poland, where her mother is from. In her free time, Jennifer likes listening to good music, getting outdoors, exploring new things with the love of her life, Quentin, and playing with her pups — Pocha and Zanna!
Jennifer Harriger Education
Jennifer graduated from Columbia College Chicago in 2011 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism for Television.
Jennifer Harriger Career
Jennifer Harriger joined NBC5 in February 2016 as the station’s Weekend Evening Anchor and Weekday Reporter. Previously, she was WENY-TV’s Executive Producer, Evening Anchor and also hosted and produced Twin Tiers Sunday, a weekly show that took viewers on adventures around their community. Jennifer was able to cover the war crimes trial of former Democratic Republic of Congo Vice President Jean–Pierre Bemba at the International Criminal Court.
She also spotlighted the drug abuse and crime surge in Paris’s Public Housing District. From 2010 to 2011, Jennifer interned for Kurtis Productions, where she assisted in the production of MSNBC’S American Greed and Crime Inc. — covering topics like human trafficking and grand theft auto.
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Harriger is an American NBC5 Anchor/Reporter. She joined NBC5 in February 2016 as the station’s Weekend Evening Anchor and Weekday Reporter.
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Published: Jun 21, 2019
BURLINGTON, Vt. —
A high-ranking officer in the Vermont National Guard was arrested near his Essex, Vermont, home Friday on several federal child pornography charges. Maj. Scott Brochu pleaded not guilty to unlawfully transporting child pornography and possessing child pornography. His arrest was a result of an operation conducted by Vermont’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and Homeland Security Investigations during the week of May 13.
Court documents show that investigators received a cyber tip, tracing a sexually explicit image of a young girl back to a computer with an IP address listed to Brochu’s home. The Vermont National Guard said Brochu joined the Air National Guard in February 1992.
On Friday afternoon, NBC5 News received a statement from the Vermont National Guard regarding the major’s arrest: “Maj. Scott Brochu was arrested on June 21, 2019, and The Department of Homeland Security is leading the investigation. The Vermont National Guard will support the investigating officials as they require. We hold our service members to a high standard. Any action by our service members that violate the law breaks the trust that citizens place on our organization and will not be tolerated.”
BURLINGTON, Ky. —
For 13-year-old Annika Pittman, bald is beautiful, even if it still causes people to stare. “People just like to sit there and stare, and I’m like, ‘That’s not going to do anything, so stop,’” Pittman said. Pittman has alopecia, an autoimmune disease that can cause different types of hair loss. Her hair began falling out when she was 3 years old. But she doesn’t let her condition define her. Her life revolves around gymnastics, where her mother, Erika Pittman, said she has a strong support system. “She just has great groups of friends,” Erika said. “Her gymnastics group is number one because she’s with the most.
MONTPELIER, Vt. —
U.S. Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) hosted a town hall at the Vermont State House Monday afternoon to address his support for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.”I think I owe it to Vermonters to let them know where I’m coming from,” Welch said before the town hall. “I will listen but I’ve reached my own conclusion.”
More than 100 people showed up to the forum, many stepping up to the microphone to support the congressman’s new position. “You make a pledge they day you’re sworn in as president to uphold the Constitution most of all, and many of the things he has done are contrary to that,” said Carol Conley of Essex Junction. Welch released a statement Thursday stating President Donald Trump had a “willful disregard” for the Constitution. The statement came less than a day after Welch joined 94 other House Democrats in voting to debate impeachment.
Some encouraged the congressman to explore more tempered action against the president, citing concern that the impeachment process could have a detrimental impact on the Democrat’s bid for the White House in 2020. Welch did not go unchallenged, with some asking the congressman to outline how the President has met the constitutional requirements of impeachment. “A president that puts himself above the law and above accountability is violating the oath of office,” Welch said before the town hall. “Everyone is subject to the rule of law. Everyone has to be accountable.”