Janice Yu

Janice Yu

Tucson

Janice Yu is excited to be back in her hometown of Tucson after spending several years reporting and anchoring in Texas.

Janice is no stranger to Tucson News Now as she interned at the station during her junior year at the University of Arizona.

Janice graduated from the UA in 2013 and got her first reporting job at KVII in Amarillo, TX. Five months later, she took a job at KTSM in El Paso, TX, where she spent a 1 1/2 years reporting and anchoring.

Some of the most memorable stories during her time at KTSM include the the shooting at the El Paso VA Health Care System, the dig for the old Atari E.T. games, as well as stories regarding the border and immigration.

While she was at the UA, Janice was an anchor and news director of UATV, the student-run TV station.

Janice attended Esperero Canyon Middle School and Catalina Foothills High School.

When she's not working, you'll find her looking for new places to eat and spending time with her family, friends and pets (a poodle and a bunny).

She would love to hear from you! Send her an email or find her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Recent Articles by Janice

  Unusually cooler temperatures bring more campers to Catalina State Park

  UA graduate Mariajose Franco turns tragedy into passion for cancer research

Friends and family gather to remember the life of Rosaura Hernandez

  One year later: Wife and Nogales Police Chief open up about the death of Officer Jesus Cordova

  Janice Yu flies with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

  Reforma manager tased during armed robbery

  Arizona chapter of Satanic Temple will not give invocation at Sahuarita council meeting

  Tucson teen found FaceTime bug while trying to call a friend

Businesses along Ruthrauff prepare for construction project

  Father and two kids shot at during road rage incident

  Snow day brings a boost in business for local shop

  Tucson Police Chief testifies in front of Senate judiciary subcommittee

  New documents reveal details in the murder of two Tucson girls

  Dozens took to the streets Monday night for the annual “Slut Walk”

Cochise County town hall on sewage overflow from Mexico

  Oro Valley Marketplace loses Dick's Sporting Goods

  Tucson woman survives deadly New Mexico Greyhound bus crash

  Family remains hopeful kidnapped children will return

  Formerly homeless UA grad is now one step closer to his dream

Volunteer honors veterans with handmade gifts

LISTEN: Bail hearing for accused shooter Roy King

Thousands of people prepare for annual race despite the heat

UA graduation: Twins with same name follow same path

Heartbroken mother speaks about death of her 18-year-old daughter

Suspect accused of killing Nogales officer faces 39 charges

Teachers respond to Governor Ducey's salary raise proposal

UPDATE: Ashes stolen from midtown home found

Mother relives escape from hostage drama

Rattlesnake season is off to an early start

Group holds DACA rally downtown