Rondrell Moore began his career at WTHITV in 2008.
Rondrell Moore began his career at WTHITV in 2008. He currently co-anchors News 10 and News 10 Nightwatch. He began his career at News 10 as Internet Content producer and has served as the weekend news anchor/producer and general reporter.
As a reporter, Rondrell has received two Ohio Valley Regional Emmy nominations. They recognized his work for two different pieces: ‘Face the Truth’ showed the dangers of unmonitored Internet usage and ‘Cell Block’ chronicled the issues of cell phones in prison. He’s also won an award from the Associated Press for his piece ‘While you were Sleeping’ where he followed the Terre Haute Police Department’s ‘hoot owl’ shift.
Rondrell was on the scene and shared the news when Terre Haute Police officer, Brent Long was killed in the line of duty. It was an event that changed the Terre Haute community.
Rondrell enjoys spending time with his family and working with his church. He’s grateful to be able to spend his mornings and afternoons with the Wabash Valley weekdays on News 10 this Morning and News 10 at Midday.
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