Anne Kelly joins the "Good Morning Indiana" team as a multi-media journalist, which means along with reporting the news, you'll also find her often behind the camera.
Anne comes to us from Chicago where she most recently worked as a radio reporter. Before that, she reported in Springfield, Illinois for WCIA-TV, covering everything from the passage of Illinois' civil unions to the state's repeal of the death penalty.
She started her career in Bismarck, N.D., where she worked as a health reporter for two years.
Anne is a proud graduate of Columbia College Chicago. She's identifies as a "city girl" but grew up in Galena, a town of 3,500 people in northwestern Illinois.
If she's not reporting, Anne is usually deep in a DIY project, sewing or painting her latest creation. She inherited her late-mom's tiny dog and has three cats, the third of which Anne rescued from a murder scene she was reporting from in Springfield.