Angelica Alvarez
Angelica comes to us from another capital city, Tallahassee, Florida where she hit the streets reporting before settling in on the anchor desk every night at 11pm.

That was her second stint at WCTV in her beloved Florida State Seminole country. A major highlight in her return to Tallahassee was getting to interview the former FSU head football coach and legend, Bobby Bowden, not once, but twice.

Before returning to Florida's capital city, she traded in her sun screen for snow boots and headed to Peoria, Illinois where she was the morning and noon anchor for WMBD. That's where she covered, and experienced, her first of many snow and ice storms.

Now Angelica is happy to call Raleigh-Durham home and looks forward to telling stories that matter to you. In her spare time, she loves to practice perfecting her red beans and rice recipe to her abuela's liking and playing with her grouchy little chihuahua, Pablo.

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