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Paige Hagan

A Louisville, Kentucky native, Paige Hagan joined the 14 News team in May 2016.  Hagan graduated from Western Kentucky University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Sports Management.  She kicked off her journalism career early in college reporting for Rivals.com, a national sports recruiting website.

Hagan soon geared her interest to the television medium.  

The Louisvillian served as WKYU-TV's Assistant News and Sports Director for the university's nationally recognized student-run TV station, winning multiple Associated Press awards for her reports.

In 2016, Hagan pulled in the top student Emmy award for Best Talent in the Emmy's Ohio Valley Region Chapter.

Hagan conducted live sideline reports for Hilltopper Football and worked with CBS and FOX Sports game day crew throughout her time at WKU. She completed a paid internship for Louisville's WHAS-TV in 2015. Her voice carried over the airwaves through NPR and the campus radio station, also earning multiple AP awards for her radio work.

When she isn't working, you can find her on the links playing golf or cheering on her favorite sports teams.

Follow her on Twitter at @Paige14News, or email story tips and ideas at phagan@14news.com

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