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Christine O'Donnell has joined WFXT FOX 25 as a reporter, New England One has learned.

Christine O'Donnell has joined WFXT FOX 25 as a reporter, New England One has learned.

Christine comes to FOX 25 from KTTV FOX 11 where she was a general assignment reporter since May 2014. During her time at FOX 11, Christine covered everything from dramatic police standoffs, to Hollywood movie premieres.

With degrees in Journalism and Spanish, Christine graduated from the University of Minnesota, where she attended on a full-scholarship for rowing.

Christine’s first on-air job was a Spanish-speaking one. In 2008, she was a regularly featured guest on a TV program in Toledo, Spain called “Mas Maderas,” for La Tribuna network.

Later that year, Christine moved back to Minnesota and began working for NBC news station KARE 11. Through the guidance of talented storytellers at the station, Christine developed her clear and heartfelt reporting style.

In 2009, she moved to Augusta, Georgia and spent nearly three years working as a multimedia journalist at NBC station WAGT.

Before making the move to Los Angeles, Christine accomplished a life goal; reporting at the station she grew up watching as a kid, ABC’s WTEN in her home town of Albany, New York. In her two years there, she traveled to cover a number of major national events, including the 2014 Presidential Election, the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, and the Boston Marathon bombings.

One of her proudest moments as a journalist came from a local story. She started helping a family search for a long lost sister they hadn’t seen in more than 40 years. After several months of investigating, Christine found the woman’s sister and filmed the emotional family reunion.

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