Tyler Waggenspack


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Tyler joins News 13 as a reporter in fall 2016.

Tyler Waggenspack joined the News 13 Team in September 2016 as a reporter.

Tyler was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He attended Southeastern Louisiana University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in General Studies. At Southeastern, Tyler worked at the Southeastern Channel as a reporter/anchor/producer for three years. Tyler even won a Mark of Excellence Award in Sports Photography for his “Lions Cross Country” story he wrote for the Southeastern Channel.

Additionally, he interned at WBRZ-TV, the ABC affiliate in Baton Rouge, and at WDSU, the NBC Affiliate in New Orleans.

When Tyler isn’t reporting, he is enjoying the outdoors whether it be running or traveling. Fun fact: Tyler actually competed on Southeastern’s cross country/track & field teams for four years.

He also enjoys visiting with friends and being open to new adventures. On weekends, you can catch him watching football, whether it be Southeastern, the LSU Fighting Tigers or the New Orleans Saints.

If you have news tip or suggestions, email Tyler at tjwagg@kcwy13.com or tweet him @TWaggTV

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