Gabby Gonzalez joined WXIN/WTTV in December 2014 as a morning show reporter. While she is new to Indianapolis, Gabby is no stranger to Indiana. She spent nearly four years working at WNDU-TV in South Bend as weekend anchor and reporter.

Gabby covered a wide range of stories in Northwest Indiana. She spent weeks researching synthetic drug sales and exposed how drug dealers were attempting to smuggle these substances into the country. Gabby also spent many Saturdays at Notre Dame Stadium covering the Fighting Irish football team. She traveled to her hometown of Miami, Florida to cover the team’s trip to the National Championship in 2013. As a nightside reporter in South Bend, Gabby covered many breaking news stories including several high-profile murder investigations.

Before moving to South Bend, Gabby worked at WIBW-TV in Topeka, Kansas. She split her time between reporting and producing the top-rated 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts.

Gabby also had the chance to cover stories in her hometown while interning for the Miami Herald’s video department. At the Herald, she worked on the video team that added live-streaming to major Miami stories. She closely covered the Miami Heat’s roster update, which included Lebron James and Chris Bosh. She conducted a one-on-one interview with Dwyane Wade in the days following the “decision.”

Gabby graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in Evanston, Illinois. She served as the news director for the award-winning Northwestern News Network. Gabby co-founded and anchored the university’s first complete Spanish newscast. She was also part of NAHJ and Delta Delta Delta.

When she’s not reporting, Gabby loves to try new restaurants and recipes. Feel free to email her any suggestions!

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Recent Articles
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