Breanne Palmerini joined the KJRH team in August 2008. She started as the early morning reporter and worked her way up through the ranks to become the anchor of 2News Weekend Mornings.
While at KJRH, Breanne met her husband, who was working as a 2News photographer. She says Tulsa is the city she feels more at home than anywhere in the country.
You've seen her standing outside in the snow, outside of the courthouse and on the scene of some Green Country's biggest breaking news. She's covered important weather events like the Blizzard of '11, the Creek County wildfires and the Joplin tornado.
Before moving to the great state of Oklahoma, Breanne reported at KWWL in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. During her time there she covered significant events in Iowa's history including the 500 year floods in June '08, as well as one of the country's largest immigration raids.
Breanne also reported at WGEM in Quincy, Illinois, and at KOMU in Columbia, Missouri. She is a University of Missouri alum.
When she's not at work Breanne enjoys horseback riding, reading, running and traveling to visit her family and friends scattered across the country.
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