Janice Yu is excited to be back in her hometown! She joins the Tucson News Now team after spending two years reporting and anchoring in Texas.
Janice is no stranger to Tucson News Now. She interned at the station during her junior year at the University of Arizona.
Janice graduated from the U of A in 2013 and got her first reporting job at KVII in Amarillo, TX. Five months later, she took a job at KTSM in El Paso, TX, where she spent a year and a half reporting and anchoring.
Some of the most memorable stories during her time at KTSM include the the shooting at the El Paso VA Health Care System, the dig for the old Atari E.T. video games, as well as stories regarding the border and immigration.
While she was at the U of A, Janice was an anchor and news director of UATV, the student-run TV station.
Janice attended Esperero Canyon Middle School and Catalina Foothills High School.
When she's not working, you'll find her looking for new places to eat and spending time with her family, friends and pets (a poodle and a bunny).