Stephanie is a reporter at WHSV-TV3 in Harrisonburg who just graduated from JMU.
Jay first started at WHSV in 2000. He left the Shenandoah Valley to work at sister station WDBJ in Roanoke in 2006, but returned to WHSV in 2013. He became our news director in 2015.
Bob co-anchors Daybreak and produces and anchors the News at Noon.
Nina anchors the 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. weekly newscasts, and produces the 6 p.m. weekly newscast.
I cover the Staunton, Waynesboro and Augusta County areas.
Madison is a digital producer for WHSV in Harrisonburg, VA and joined the team in June of 2020.
Courtney has recently joined the WHSV team in early July. She is originally from the Capital Region of New York, and just (virtually) graduated from Penn State University in May.
Hello, my name is John Hood I've been an MMJ with WHSV since November of 2018 and I work hard to find and cover the stories that matter to you.
Isabella is a producer for WHSV in Harrisonburg, VA. You can also catch her Monday mornings on Daybreak, in our "Tell Me Something Good" segment.
I have worked at WHSV since 2012. Prior to that I worked in Charlottesville and Clarksburg, W. Va.
Kyle Rogers joined WHSV-TV in 2016 and serves as the anchor and executive producer of The Valley's FOX 10 O'Clock News and WHSV News at 11.
Dan started working at WHSV in July of 2020. He is an editor and is working in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Whitney Turner joined WHSV-TV in 2017 and serves as the co-anchor and producer of Daybreak.
Chris joined WHSV in July 2017 and is the Daybreak and Noon Meteorologist. In 2019 he was awarded the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist designation by the American Meteorological Society.
Benjamin is has been a weekday reporter and weekend meteorologist at WHSV since January 2020. Benjamin formerly worked at WHIZ-TV in Zanesville, Ohio. Benjamin is from Chesterfield, Virginia and graduated from Virginia Tech in May 2019.
Jacqueline Policastro created the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in 2014. She’s covered Congress and the White House for more than a decade.
Ted Fioraliso returned to Washington, D.C. in April 2016 as a senior reporter/executive producer at the Gray Television Washington News Bureau.
Peter Zampa joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2015 as a multimedia journalist.
Alana Austin joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau team in August 2017 after spending three years covering national and state politics in Richmond, Virginia at Gray TV's WVIR-TV.
Kyle Midura joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in September 2017 from Gray TV's WCAX-TV.
Timothy Knapp joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in September 2018 as Studio Manager and Photojournalist. He now serves as Supervisor of Videography.
Jillian Angeline joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in January 2019 as a multimedia journalist.
Karen Daborowski joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in January 2019 as a producer.
Natalie Grim joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau as a multimedia journalist in June 2019.
Kristin Kasper joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July of 2019 as a multimedia journalist.