Kayla Fish

Kayla Fish

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Kayla joined the ABC 7 & FOX 22 news team in May of 2017. She got into journalism because she loves talking with people, and she's incredibly grateful to share the stories of Mainers throughout the region.

She got her start in broadcasting way back in middle school as a member of a morning announcements TV broadcast club, and her love for the news industry took off from there.

Kayla graduated from Penn State University in 2017 with degrees in broadcast journalism and Spanish. During her time as a student at Penn State, Kayla was an executive producer and reporter for the "Centre County Report", an Emmy award-winning student-run newscast. She studied abroad in Ronda, Spain and traveled to Panama with an international reporting class. Kayla kept busy in college, spending four years working as a student manager in the dining hall.

Kayla grew up in the village of Shawnee-on-Delaware, located in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, so transitioning into life in Vacationland was a piece of cake! A self-described winter fanatic, she loves all things snow related, including hitting the slopes on her snowboard. She also likes hiking, kayaking or doing anything outdoors. She loves meeting new people so if you see her around, be sure to stop and say hi!

PRESQUE ISLE - A Presque Isle man is facing charges after allegedly assaulting a woman Tuesday morning.

MILFORD - Game wardens expect lots of people will be breaking out the boats and docks this holiday weekend.

PALMYRA - Police say two teens are safe after a scary crash on the interstate Friday morning.

Friday, 24 May 2019 20:32

Fire leaves Lincoln family homeless

LINCOLN - Four people are homeless after fire destroyed their home in Lincoln Friday.

KENNEBEC COUNTY - The Kennebec County Grand Jury has indicted a Vassalboro man for allegedly beating his infant son.

PROSPECT - After a bit of a delay, the Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory will be opening Friday for the season.

PRESQUE ISLE - Presque Isle police are warning residents to keep their vehicles locked after a string of car burglaries.

Tuesday, 21 May 2019 18:51

Chain Reaction, Part II

STATEWIDE - Part I of Chain Reaction showed how genealogy databases can bring police one step closer to solving cold cases.

But how exactly can law enforcement use these tools, and if you've taken a DNA test, should you be concerned about your privacy?

Monday, 20 May 2019 18:38

Chain Reaction, Part I

STATEWIDE - It's a new avenue for law enforcement. Over the past few years, investigators across the country have begun consulting genealogy databases to help identify suspects in criminal cases.

BENTON - State police are releasing more information about an attempted break-in turned drug bust in Benton.

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