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Haley Rush

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Haley joined KPLC 7 News in May 2013.

She graduated from the University of North Texas and earned a degree in broadcast journalism from the Mayborn School of Journalism with a minor in Social Science.

While at UNT, Haley worked as a reporter, anchor and producer for Denton Community Television and NTDaily TV. She also interned at WFAA-TV and CBS 11 News in Dallas as a reporter intern. Haley also spent her time in college as a UNT cheerleader, cheering on the Mean Green from the sidelines.

Haley visited Lake Charles frequently while growing up in League City near Galveston. She's excited to live near the water again and to call Southwest Louisiana home.

During her free time, Haley enjoys spending time with family and friends. She likes traveling to new places and shopping for thrifty items and all things antique. She also enjoys meeting new people so if you see her around, don't hesitate to say hello.

Email Haley at hrush@kplctv.com, like her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.
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