Jemelle started working in the television business as a freshman college student in her hometown. She interned for KAKE’s sister station KLBY TV while attending Colby Community College. She finished her undergraduate work at Kansas State University.
Her first job after college was at KUPK TV in Garden City as an anchor/reporter. Jemelle moved to KAKE in December of 1997 as a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor. She now co-anchors Good Morning Kansas and KAKE News at 11:00 every weekday. In 2006, Good Morning Kansas won the Regional Emmy for Morning Newscast.
Jemelle enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids. She enjoys coaching her children's sports teams and cheering on the K-State Wildcats. On a summer weekend you can find her jet skiing or on the boat at the lake with her family.
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