Jaclyn Schultz joined the WTVO News Team in April 2007. She comes from Sacramento, where she produced and wrote for the morning shows of CBS-13 and CW-31. Always up for an adventure, this San Diego native set out to work as a reporter outside California, landing in the great Midwest. During college, Jaclyn interned at CNN’s London bureau, booking political and economic experts for CNN International’s shows. Her assignments ranged from Iran’s development of nuclear weapons to the long-term costs of the war in Iraq. Jaclyn received her Bachelor’s of Arts in International Relations from California State University, Sacramento. She served as the Editor in Chief of her college newspaper, The State Hornet. Her favorite past-time: exploring new places. From tracking moose in the Alaskan wilderness, to visiting the catacombs of anc
Tremaine Williams joined the WTVO / WQRF News Team in September 2007. Tremaine began his career in 2004 as an Intern at WLS-TV Chicago. As part of his duties during his internship he was the associate producer of "Someone you Should Know," a human interest segment which aired bi-weekly.
Eventually, Tremaine was hired on at WLS-TV as a Field Producer, where he found a passion for news and the ways in which each story affects communities and individuals.
Tremaine graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism. Born and raised in Oak Park, Illinois, Tremaine enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading, playing basketball, tennis, and baseball.
Growing up in Atlanta, GA, Ariel dreamed of being a reporter for CNN. In March 2006, she took another step toward her goal by joining the WTVO Channel 17 News Team. In October 2006, she became the Weekend Anchor for Fox 39 News at Nine.
Alan’s broadcast career has taken him from Ohio to Kentucky, on to West Virginia and then, back to the Midwest, to Illinois. On the first day of the first job in Portsmouth, Ohio, the deejay Alan was replacing told him to watch the board while he went to the bathroom.
Dana Arquilla joined the WTVO news team in November 2006 as the anchor of Daybreak. It's her first time living up north--she grew up in Columbia, South Carolina, and has been reporting at WJHG in Panama City, Florida.
When it comes to sports, Vince seems to know just about anything- ask him about the 1983 Seattle Seahawks or the 1985 Chicago Bears, and he could bombard you with info about their schedules and rosters in those years.