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

'How could you morally do that?' Animal lovers share their concerns for a recent animal fighting investigation

Animal activists speak out following a massive animal fighting investigation.

'When you pick up the phone, we're there no matter what,' First responders share their dedication for the job during national EMS week

In times of emergencies.. our lives depend on quick care by people like paramedics and firefighters. They risk their lives to help others day in and day out. In honor of their dedication, Union hospital hosted a cookout to show appreciation for the hard work.

Recent cab shooting surfaces questions of when it's appropriate to use self-defense

A recent cab shooting has some individuals questioning their self-defense rights. News 10 sat down with gun shop owner, Steve Ellis and Vigo County Prosecutor, Terry Modesitt, to learn more on the legality and safety measures of self-defense situations.

'It's just reassuring that I was in good hands,' Brain injury survivor is reconnected with the staff that saved his life

In January, Gavin Jacks suffered from a traumatic brain injury during a sledding accident. Monday morning he reconnected with the staff that saved his life.

"No one asked us, no one consulted us..." Could new Indiana teaching requirements keep potential future educators out of the classroom?

Several Indiana teachers are taken back by the sudden change in requirements for license renewals.

'There has to be more to my life,' A best-selling author shares his struggle with being homeless

A local man spent several nights on the streets.. before he realized his life needed a change. Now, he's a best-selling author.. and his purpose in life is to make sure others don't go down the same road.

'It will be ran correctly, it will be taken care of,' Bethesda Cemetery receives new leadership after years of complaints

Community members of West Terre Haute have taken a stand against the Bethesda Cemetery board. Tuesday night, concerned families gathered to share their thoughts on the on-going conditions. What started as an informational meeting, turned to a change of leadership. News 10 spoke with the newly elected individuals on their plans for the future of the cemetery.

'This is single-handedly one of the biggest mistakes this county has ever made,' One councilman shares his disagreement with the proposed jail location

County leaders are getting down to the wire for a decision on the proposed jail location. One county councilman has created a plan to bring on the discussion for reconsideration of the new location. News 10 sat down with this councilman, who explains his reasoning for the plan.

"He'll always be a part of me' Illinois family shares the importance of mental health awareness after losing their son to suicide

An Illinois family lost their son to suicide two years ago and now they want to keep his memory alive by bringing awareness to mental health.

As summer approaches, youth sports injuries are on the rise: ways to protect your children from injuries

Although it may not feel like it right now.. summer is right around the corner and most people are itching to get outdoors, especially kids and that includes.. athletes. Studies show that injuries are on the rise for younger athletes and according to the CDC, high school athletes account for an estimated two million injuries and 30,000 hospitalizations each year.

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