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Michelle London

Evening Anchor


In June of 2021, I joined the talented, E.W. Scripps National News team as an anchor-reporter.

Before moving here to Denver, I was a journalist in Milwaukee for more than two years, covering impactful stories across Wisconsin. In January of 2019, I’ll never forget reported during one of the coldest days on record, with an actual temperature of -20 degrees and a wind chill of below 50!

2020 forced me to grow as a storyteller. COVID-19 presented many layers of issues in communities across the country. At the time in Wisconsin, I interviewed the local, small business owners forced to shut their doors. I uncovered the struggle residents in Black and brown neighborhoods faced as positive case numbers grew at disproportionately higher rates.

Then, I shared as armed protestors stormed the state capital, rejecting the governor’s mask mandate. I interviewed parents of children transitioning to at-home, virtual-learning in a school district with an 80% poverty rate. Months into the pandemic came racial unrest. I was one of the first journalists to arrive in Kenosha the night Jacob Blake was shot, breaking news that quickly gained national attention. Then, in the days leading up to the 2020 Presidential Election, Wisconsin, a top swing state, would once again be in the national spotlight. I spent countless hours overnight giving live updates to viewers as election officials tirelessly counted ballots.

Over the years, reporting has moved me around the country, with Denver becoming my 7th city.

Since graduating from Old Dominion University in Virginia, I’ve lived in places including CT, MA, IL, and MO.

Before following my passion for storytelling in front of the camera, I started out behind the scenes in sports as a content editor for ESPN. I call Bristol, Connecticut one of the places I ‘grew up’ professionally. Several years were spent there editing highlights, teases, and top headlines for universally known shows like Sports Center, College Football Live, First Take, Sunday Night Countdown. My favorite memory includes editing for Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless!

My previous experiences have been the perfect preparation for my current role. I’m so excited to be a part of the Scripps National team!

If you have a story idea, I’d love to hear from you: or @MichelleDLondon on Twitter.

Michelle London
Anchor 1
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