WJHL.com - Allie Hinds

Reporter / Digital Journalist

Allie Hinds

Allie joined the WJHL team in September of 2013 as a digital journalist. 

Prior to working at WJHL she worked as a reporter at KOMU, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Mo. 

Allie also interned with the CBS News Bureau in London, UK and is excited to once again be a part of the CBS team! 

She graduated from the University of Missouri's Honors College and School of Journalism and loves watching her Tigers in the SEC! 

Allie is originally from Dallas but says she has always had her sights set on the beautiful southeast. 

She believes everyone has a story to tell and would love to hear yours! If you have a story idea feel free to email Allie at ahinds@wjhl.com

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