Victoria Taylor is weekend anchor and multimedia journalist for Channel 2.
A proud Hilltopper, Victoria graduated from Western Kentucky University's Photojournalism program, in 2012. Ten days later, she ventured north to Alaska to work at the ABC & Fox affiliate in Anchorage. After two years, Victoria accepted a position with WBBJ in Jackson, Tennessee.
As charming as the volunteer state was, Victoria couldn't stop thinking about Alaska and the people she had met during her brief two year adventure. As the saying goes, “Home is where the heart is,” and she knew Alaska had become "home."
Victoria is thrilled to return to the last frontier and join the KTUU news team as a Multimedia Journalist and Weekend Anchor.
Feel free to reach out to her and share your favorite pieces of Alaska with her via email, Twitter, or Facebook.
During her free time, Victoria enjoys volunteering with animal rescue groups, cooking, hiking and traveling.
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