Gail joined WJHG/WECP in June 2018 as a multi-media journalist after graduating from Florida State University.
Gail was born and raised in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and loves being a Florida girl! She graduated in 2018 from Florida State University with her degree in Editing, Writing and Media, with a minor in Communications.
As early as elementary school Gail knew she wanted to go into the broadcasting field. She was finally able to get a real taste of the field during her internship at WPBF in Palm Beach Gardens. After that, she had an internship for two semesters at WCTV in Tallahassee where she was really able to learn the ropes of the industry.
When Gail isn't on the job she enjoys going to the beach, traveling, and petting every dog she can.
If you have a story idea, she’d love to hear it! Reach Gail via Facebook, Twitter or email.
The complaint the administration is withholding from Congress was filed by an intelligence officer who was troubled by a phone call the president had, according to a former official.
One Trump supporter said Trump's wall is "good for his campaign, but it's good for America."
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California has long led the way in reducing auto emissions in the United States. Now President Trump is moving to revoke the state’s ability to set its own standard, something he says would make cars cheaper and safer. California officials are vowing to fight back.
The PSA shows kids with their back to school gear, then using those items to escape from an active shooter.