Daniel Winn is an evening anchor at WGEM News. He grew up in the Central Illinois town of Casey. Moving to Quincy was more than a career move for Daniel, it puts him closer to family, and he's thrilled to be back in the Land of Lincoln.
Natalie is an award-winning anchor, reporter, and executive producer for WGEM-TV, with nearly two decades of experience in the field. She is a native of the Tri-States and graduated from Payson-Seymour High School.
Blake is a graduate of the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism where he anchored, reported and produced for KOMU, the NBC affiliate in Columbia.
Rajah has spent decades in various roles, at various news organizations telling stories that matter most to her readers, listeners and viewers.
Ryan was born in Boise, Idaho, and got his degree in History and Broadcast Journalism at the University of Idaho.
A Florida native, Clare holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from DePaul University.
Originally from Charleston, Ill., Dylan holds a Bachelor's Degree in Multimedia Journalism from Western Illinois University.
Prior to being a Multi-Media Journalist with WGEM, she graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor's in Sports Journalism.
Joe has a great passion for journalism and fact-driven storytelling. His investigative and breaking news reporting yielded multiple accolades from the Missouri Broadcasters Association, the Kansas City Press Club and the Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists.
The Evansville, Indiana, native holds a bachelor's degree in television production from Murray State University.
Quincy native Josef Lawler is a photojournalist for WGEM News. Josef attended Quincy High School and Lindenwood University.
A native to the Tri-States, Garrett graduated from Northwest Missouri State University with a degree in Mass Media Production.
Jayla, an Illinois native, joined the team after graduating from Murray State University with a bachelor's degree in TV Production.
Anna Brandon is a Quincy Native and earned bachelor's degree in journalism from Bradley University in Peoria.
Isaiah is originally from Syracuse, New York. He pursued higher education in Lakeland, Florida, and immediately fell in love with news.
Jessica attended Quincy Senior High School and earned a bachelor's degree in Media Communication and English from Culver-Stockton College.
Quentin Wells is a Content Producer for WGEM News. A lifelong resident of the Tri-States, having grown up in Kahoka, Missouri, Quentin joined the team after graduating from Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri.
Brian Inman is Chief Meteorologist of the WGEM First Alert Weather Team. Brian grew up in Quincy and attended Quincy High School. He loved weather and storms even as a kid.
Whitney Williams is a member of the WGEM First Alert Weather Team. Whitney grew up in Illinois and learned to love the weather at a young age.
Brendan joined WGEM after graduating from Western Illinois University with a degree in Sports Broadcasting.
Born and raised in sunny Florida, Victoria received her B.S in Communication from Southeastern University in Lakeland Florida.
Ryan Mumma hosts WGEM SportsCenter and is the Radio Operations manager for WGEM SportsRadio.
John Potts is a color analyst for Quincy University men's basketball broadcasts on WGEM Radio and serves as a sportswriter for WGEM’s digital platforms.
John began his career as a photojournalist/reporter at our sister station WREX in Rockford, then moved into management while in Baltimore.
Jason, a Tri-State native, has more than two decades of local news experience
Jim Roberts is the Digital Content Manager at WGEM. Jim has spent most of his career in the radio industry, but joined WGEM and made the jump to television.
Mark has served in a variety of newsroom roles throughout his career, from reporter to copy editor to news editor, at daily and specialty publications in Illinois, Kentucky and Michigan.
Jon Decker is the White House Correspondent and Senior National Editor for Gray Television and has been a member of the White House Press Corps since 1995.
Peter Zampa joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2015 as a multimedia journalist.
Brendan Cullerton joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in March 2022 as a multimedia journalist after spending four years covering state, local, and federal politics for the CBS affiliate in Milwaukee.
I started working at Gray TV’s Washington D.C. bureau in May of 2023. I found my calling for news while attending Butler University during the Ferguson Riots after the killing of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager. During the chaotic times is when I realized how facts and storytelling can really impact a community.
Molly Martinez rejoined Gray Television in March 2022 as a multimedia journalist in the Washington News Bureau. She previously covered politics at Gray TV's KFYR-TV in Bismarck, N.D.
Ashonti Ford joined Gray Television in August of 2023. Ford is a well-traveled watchdog journalist who has worked for newsrooms around the nation, including; Tampa, Kansas City, Decatur, Wichita and Salisbury.
Stetson Miller joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in February 2023 as a multimedia journalist after working at WTOP, WJZ in Baltimore and WCBD in Charleston, SC.
Josh Rultenberg joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July 2022 as a multimedia journalist.
Annie has worked at various news outlets in Washington, D.C., including covering the 2020 and 2022 election cycles for C-SPAN. Before that she worked at local stations in Louisiana and Virginia.
Joshua worked at several local stations before moving to Washington, D.C.. There he launched a national morning show, "The National Desk" for Sinclair. He now works as a producer for the Gray Washington News Bureau.
Leah Vredenbregt joined the Gray Washington Bureau team in June 2023 as a weekend producer. She is a recent University of Missouri grad who worked for three years in mid-Missouri news, with internships across the country in both local and national news outlets.
Michael is a born and raised Ohioian who got his photojournalism start at his alma mater Ohio University working for PBS in 2007. He has gone on to work for several media outlets both locally and nationally, shooting award winning news and documentary stories, garnering him an Emmy and Edward Murrow award.
Tyler Smith joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July 2019 as a photojournalist/editor.
Sarah Meklir joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in September 2023 as a production assistant after working as an intern for the DC Bureau in the summer of 2023. She is currently studying journalism at the University of Maryland.