Brittany Earl joined the WTHI-TV News 10 team in July of 2011. In February of 2013, she was promoted to Anchor of News 10 This Morning and News 10 Mid-Day.
Brittany grew up in Palatine, Illinois near the Windy City and holds a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Dance from Western Illinois University. Before coming to Terre Haute, Brittany was a multi-media journalist in Wausau, Wisconsin and interned at WQAD-TV in the Quad Cities.
The news bug never bit Brittany; instead her family would say she was born with it; at a young age often asking questions, always curious, needing to know why.
Brittany is a HUGE Chicago sports fan, GOOO CUBS! One of her favorite memories is when she reported from Soldier Field for the Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers 2010 NFC Championship. While Brittany is not a Packers fan, she enjoyed getting to interview all the players.
Some of Brittany’s interests are of course her puppy named Winnie, dance, snowboarding and trying new recipes (feel free to send her your specialty).
If you have any stories ideas for Brittany, send her a message at Brittany.Earl@wthitv.com or on Twitter @ BritEarl_News10.
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Seven new Indiana Conservation Officers officially joined the DNR Division of Law Enforcement during graduation ceremonies Friday at the Indiana Government Center South.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Martin County Deputies are requesting travelers to avoid U.S. 231 north of Loogootee. Due to many slide off accidents, traffic is backed up over a mile in several places