Haley Harrison

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Haley Harrison is a reporter for CBS 7 with a passion for storytelling.

Haley is a Texas girl born in Dallas and raised in Parker, Texas.

In May 2018, she graduated from Texas Christian University and the Bob Schieffer College of Communication with a degree in Journalism, a certificate in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Political Science.

During her time at TCU, Haley gained experience as a reporter, anchor, producer and editor for TCU News Now, TCU 360 and The 109. In spring 2018, Texas Associated Press and Managing Editors (TAPME) awarded Haley First Place Video (Shorter than 2 Minutes). She was also honored with three TCU Jay & Gail Milner Awards for Visual Story of the Year, Enterprise Reporting and Interactive Story.

While in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, Haley interned at CBS 11 News where she worked closely with the news reporters and investigative team. She also has experience working alongside former Head Investigative Reporter Brett Shipp at ABC’s WFAA News in Dallas.

When Haley isn’t in the newsroom or running around with a camera, she spends her time traveling, working out and trying new recipes. She also enjoys sports and is an athlete at heart after playing indoor and beach volleyball for much of her life, including two years at the Division I level in college.

Haley is excited to get to know the West Texas community and cover some amazing stories!

If you have story ideas or tips, please email Haley at hharrison@cbs7.com. You can also keep up with her on Facebook or Twitter.


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