Jaclyn Bevis is a weekend anchor on myFox10, a weekday reporter, and a producer at WTHI-TV.
Jaclyn joined the News 10 team in January of 2011.
In November of 2012, Jaclyn was honored with a Spectrum Award from the Indiana Broadcasters Association for "Cross Platform Use of Television" in her series "Cops 101" with photojournalist Mike Latta.
Before coming to Terre Haute, Jaclyn was a content producer for WebStream Productions, Inc. in Indianapolis.
Originally from Indianapolis, Jaclyn graduated from Butler University in May 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Electronic Journalism and a minor in Public Relations.
Jaclyn reached a lifelong dream when she became a reporter at WTHI. As a child, she idolized local news reporters, even to the point of mimicking them in home movies.
She continued to develop her passion while interning at WTHR, the NBC affiliate in Indianapolis. While there, Jaclyn worked with award winning reporters and photojournalists to advance her abilities.
While at WebStream Productions, Inc., Jaclyn produced several segments for the Horizon League Network and was on site for many NCAA Championship productions. During her time there, she was able to cover her alma mater, Butler University, in their quest to the NCAA Championship game in 2010 for the Horizon League Network.
In her free time, Jaclyn enjoys spending time with her family, especially her two older brothers, being with friends, running, listening to music, reading, and relaxing, preferably on a beach.
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