Jordan Kudisch

Jordan Kudisch is a Multimedia Journalist and Producer for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute. She joined the Channel 10 News Team in December 2018.

Title: Multimedia Journalist and Producer
Jordan.Kudisch@wthitv.com

Jordan Kudisch is a Multimedia Journalist and Producer for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute. She joined the Channel 10 News Team in December 2018.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Communication and Electronic Media from the University of Tennessee in 2018, where she majored in Journalism. Go Vols! While at UT, Jordan worked for a student-run radio station called 90.3 The Rock where she hosted the "Drive at Five" newscast.
She also interned at several stations like WATE Channel 6 and WBFF Fox 45.
She was born in Knoxville, Tennessee but lived in Maryland for most of her life. She’s excited to have a new home within the Wabash Valley!
She loves cooking, shopping and traveling. She hopes to have her own cooking segment later on in life. When she’s not in the newsroom, she’s most likely binge-watching the food network or playing with her two kittens.
She loves all things crime and investigative.
Jordan would love to hear from you. You can contact her at Jordan.Kudisch@wthitv.com with your story ideas, tips or just to say hello!
If you haven’t yet, give her a like on Facebook or a follow on Twitter!

Recent Posts by Jordan Kudisch

Funeral services held for former firefighter who took his own life

Funeral services will be held Friday for former Terre Haute Firefighter, Rodger Plunkett II.

Local school receives surprising donation to help bring success to the classroom

A Terre Haute school is getting more tools to help kids in the classroom.

Looking for love in all the wrong places: Online romance fraud on the rise

Dating has moved from in-person to behind the keyboard and the transition has put some of you at risk to scams.

Valentine's Day in full swing: How florists prepare for the big day

As you plan those deliveries for your sweetie this Valentine's Day... it's not often you see the work that goes into them! News 10 gives you a behind-the-scenes tour of a flower shop on the big day.

Police warn about fake money, how to protect your cash

Another warning from the police might have you second-guessing your cash. The Terre Haute Police Department and Indiana State Police say they're seeing an increase in counterfeit money.

Hidden house address, could cost you your life

When you call 911... every minute counts, but if crews can't see your house address it could cost you your life.

Terre Haute man's sentencing on hold, facing murder charges

A local man facing murder charges will be back in court Monday morning.

Vigo County School Corporation to deliver its state of the school address

Thursday, the Vigo County School Corporation will deliver its state of the schools' address.

'We don't want to take their firearms, we want to stop something tragic,' Red flag law prevents local attempted suicide

News 10 is learning more about a local man who attempted suicide. During the incident, police used the red flag law to seize his weapons, which ultimately saved his life.

'It will really help bring in a different way of thinking,' Local panelists provide resources, feedback for small businesses

Every year, we get a closer look at the state's economy and how it may impact businesses in the near future. Tuesday morning, the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce will host the groundhog day economic forecast.

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