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Dane Hawkins

Dane is the morning weekday anchor and an afternoon reporter who joined the news team in January 2018.

Title: Anchor / Reporter

Dane is the morning weekday anchor and an afternoon reporter who joined the news team in January 2018. She graduated from the university of North Carolina Wilmington and while there she was a high jump, long jump, and triple jumper for the women’s Track & Field team. When it warms up you may see her out running.

She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. And in her free time, she loves to explore the area by visiting museums, local shops, and restaurants. She's not used to this cold mid-west weather, but she says she's always happy to experience something new!

Recent Posts by Dane Hawkins

SJSD students brainstorm for greater schools

Students from the St. Joseph school district talked about what made them "good" so they could strive to make themselves and their schools great. EmpowerU was the location for the first "Gearing up for Greatness" event for future, current, and previous Spring Garden Elementary students. Teachers brought in students-leaders from Hyde and Spring Garden elementary along with Benton High School students to bond while building a sense of community and to share kind advice with peers.

A single-car crash Thursday morning sends one man to hospital

A single-car crash Thursday morning resulted in moderate injuries for the male driver.

Youth Alliance host annual Children's Fair at Civic Arena

The St. Joseph Youth Alliance held their annual free Children’s Fair at the downtown Civic Arena on Tuesday to encourage kids to learn through play.

Crossing homeless shelter halfway through one-year pilot program

April marks the halfway point for the Crossing Campus Homeless Shelter’s one-year pilot program. The shelter going through one of the harshest winters St. Joseph has seen in a few years, staff says they are fairing pretty well.

Bikers Against Child Abuse helps local kids feel safe

BACA is an international organization founded in 1995 with over 30 chapters worldwide.

The Voices of Courage and SJSD team up to fight abuse

The Voices of Courage counselors are turning what was once “taboo” into a talking point for students in the St. Joseph School District. The non-profit organization has teamed up with the SJSD to educate children about the signs of abuse and what to do if they see or experience it.

Medal of Honor recipients visit Central High School

Central High School students got a special visit from two true heroes, Medal of Honor recipients.

Mid-Buchanan teacher's aide fired after abuse allegations, investigation underway

The Buchanan Country Sheriff's Department is now investigating the accusation.

Board members reach out to community ahead of school tax levy vote

Voters will be asked to approve a .61 cent tax levy with a five-year sunset clause for the St. Joseph School District.

Record-setting flood closes Stockyards Expressway

Flooding in St. Joseph's south side took many by surprise Friday morning.

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