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Kylie came to WWAY all the way from Westborough, MA, but she is no stranger to the South. She is a proud University of South Carolina alumna. Growing up, Kylie always loved telling stories, meeting new people and being at the heart of the action wherever she went. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Fashion Merchandising. During her time at USC, Kylie was a part of Carolina News, the student-produced newscast, for which she reported, produced and anchored. She also had the opportunity to spend a summer interning with WCVB back home in Boston. Kylie joined WWAY in June 2018. She is excited to make Wilmington her home and spend lots of time going to the beach and exploring the city

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