Jenna Middaugh

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4:30-7 a/m.

Wake up with Jenna Middaugh every weekday morning from 4:30-7 a.m. She keeps you updated on what’s breaking overnight and what you can expect for the day ahead.

Jenna is thrilled to be living and working in southern Colorado. She joined the KKTV 11 News team in July 2018.

Before moving to Colorful Colorado, Jenna reported for WISC News 3, the CBS affiliate in Madison, Wis. While there, she lead the coverage of a 10-day nationwide manhunt for a man accused of breaking into a gun shop, stealing more than a dozen firearms and writing a 161-page manifesto to President Donald Trump. Her reporting helped the station earn an Emmy and regional Edward R. Murrow award for coverage of the story.

During her time in America’s Dairyland, Jenna also had the opportunity to cover many University of Wisconsin football and basketball games. She traveled with the Badger football team to Miami where they played (and won!) the Orange Bowl.

Even though Jenna lived in the Badger state for two years, she’s a Tiger at heart. Jenna graduated from the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism, which is just a short two hour drive from where she grew up in Kansas. While in college, she reported and anchored for KOMU 8 News.

When she’s not waking up before the sun rises, Jenna enjoys reading, working out and exploring her new home with her fiancé. If you have any recommendations of what she should check out next, feel free to connect on Facebook, Twitter or through email.

Latest Sports Headlines

Posted: 09/16/2019 - Pitcher Antonio Senzatela hit a tying, two-run single that ended a year-long 0-for-44 slide at the plate, Trevor Story followed three pitches later with a three-run homer of Steven Matz to cap a six-run fourth inning and the Colorado Rockies beat the Mets 9-4 Monday night to drop New York five games back for the second NL wild card with 12 games to play.

Posted: 09/16/2019 - Colorado College announced Monday that six hockey games will be broadcast on AT&T SportsNet during the 2019-20 season.

Updated: 09/15/2019 - Eddy Pineiro kicked a 53-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Chicago Bears a wild 16-14 win over the Broncos and their former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, whose gutsy 2-point call 31 seconds earlier had given Denver the lead.