The WLTX Anchor Team
It seems that J.R. Berry was destined to become a television anchorman. His love of journalism and being on top of the big story has been a part of J.R's life for many years.
News 19's Jim Gandy brings over 36 years experience as a professional meteorologist to News 19 and has been a major force in South Carolina weather forecasting for 27 years.
Andrea Mock joined the News19 team in April of 2007, and she's so happy to call Columbia her home.
There was never any doubt as to what kind of career Darci Strickland would have..it had to be communication.
Reggie Anderson has been a member of the WLTX Sports Department since 1993.
Lionel Moise joined the News19 team in September of 2012, and is excited to call Columbia home.
Amy joined the News19 weather team in April 2012. She's thrilled to say goodbye to the snowy winters of Pennsylvania and hello to the hot summers of South Carolina!
From growing up in a small liberal arts town in New York, to singing her heart out to 'Rocky Top' at Tennessee football games, Lauren has a story for everything.
A former college All-American at Capital University and member of the Cincinnati Bengals, James has been around sports his entire life.
Daniel Bonds joined the News19 weather team in July of 2007, but he is not new to the WLTX family.
Jennifer Bellamy joins WLTX from our sister station 13WMAZ in Macon, Georgia.
Growing up Steven always got in trouble at school for talking too much--now, he gets paid to do it!
From Jersey girl to southerner at heart, Colby is thrilled to make the Palmetto State her home.
It started back in high school for News 19's Clark Fouraker. He produced his first TV report as an assignment for a class and has been On Your Side ever since.
Jasmine went from Palm trees to Palmettos when she joined News 19 in June 2012.
Dakarai Turner joined News19 in April 2013.
Jenny joined the News19 team in November 2011. Her career in news began in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky and took her to Davenport, IA for nearly two years before settling here in Columbia.