Jodine is a reporter for Channel 11 News.
Jodine arrived at Channel 11 in March of 1998 as weekend anchor and reporter. A native of Pittsburgh, Jodine graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a degree in communications. She began her television career in Clarksburg, West Virginia, at WDTV.
As a reporter and anchor, Jodine worked in Toledo, Dayton, and Cleveland, Ohio, as well as Chicago, Illinois, before returning home to Pittsburgh. After five years on the anchor desk, Jodine stepped down as anchor so she could spend more time with her family.
Jodine is involved in various charitable events, and actively involved with the American Cancer Society. She and her husband are the proud parents of two sons.
She enjoys covering all types of stories and loves getting to know the people of this community. Some of Jodine's most memorable stories include the Mt. Washington tornado, the attack on America on September 11, 2001, and the miraculous rescue of the Quecreek miners.
Jodine says, "It is so exciting as a journalist to report the huge stories that impact so many lives. Especially with the Mount Washington tornado and 9/11 attacks, the strength and resilience of the people in this community were so incredible."
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