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Jane Lonsdale - Morning News Anchor

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Jane is thrilled to be joining the Texas Today team alongside Kris Radcliffe and Patrick Crawford.  Jane is no stranger to that early wake-up call. Previously, she worked as the morning anchor at a station in Lima, Ohio.

While in Lima, some of Jane's favorite assignments included skydiving with the Blue Star Mother's Organization and Golden Knights, and following local residents through their auditions for the NBC show America's Got Talent.

Jane graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University with a degree in Broadcast News. (Go Bobcats!)

In her free time, Jane enjoys anything that involves the outdoors. She is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and is happy to trade the snowy winters for the warmer temperatures and sunshine of the Lone Star State.

Jane hopes you will join the entire Texas Today team from 5-8 am for all the latest news in Central Texas and beyond.

If you see her out and about in the area, she encourages you to stop and say hello!

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