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Taelor Rian

Taelor joined the Newschannel 6 team as a reporter in August 2011. Part of what brought Taelor here is the station's mission to be an advocate for the community.

Raised in Tucson, Arizona, Taelor moved to Orange County, California where she attended Biola University and graduated with a major in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Biblical Studies.

During her time in college, she was involved with Biola University's student run weekly news show and served as the producer and anchor.  Taelor also had the opportunity to intern at two Los Angeles news stations, KABC 7 and Fox 11, where she worked at the assignment desk and also assisted reporters in the field. 

She is excited to call the Lone Star state her new home and looks forward to getting to know Wichita Falls. 

In her spare time, Taelor enjoys attending sporting events, traveling, cooking and staying in touch with her friends and family in California and Arizona.

If you have story ideas or want to get in touch with Taelor, you can email her at trian@kauz.com or follow her on Twitter @TaelorRian.

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