Lori Jane Gliha is a twelve-time Emmy-winning multimedia journalist and investigative reporter for ABC15 News.
She joined the station in July 2007 after spending five years reporting and anchoring in Michigan.
Lori Jane grew up in Tempe, and graduated from Corona del Sol High School.
She received a degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Southern California, and graduated Summa Cum Laude as the Outstanding Broadcast Journalism Undergraduate.
She also minored in Spanish.
Throughout her career, Lori Jane has been honored with Emmys in several categories, including awards for Journalistic Enterprise and best General Assignment Reporter.
She has also been recognized with Emmys for her extensive reporting on important issues including the medical marijuana debate and mental health issues affecting firefighters.
In 2008, she received the award for her general assignment report revealing surveillance video of a baggage handler stealing items from checked baggage at Sky Harbor International Airport.
Lori Jane got her first taste of TV news reporting on Channel 15 when it was still the Fox affiliate and she was in middle school. She would file news reports and anchor Fox Kids Club news segments for Essential News for Kids.
Prior to ABC15, Lori Jane reported and anchored at WNEM-TV 5 in Saginaw/Flint, Michigan and WILX-TV in Lansing, Michigan.
In her time at ABC15, Lori Jane has also served as a weekend anchor.
Lori Jane enjoys writing music, singing, and cheering on her USC Trojans.
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