Emily Lorsch

Emily Lorsch Emily Lorsch

Emily Lorsch joined the News 12 Brooklyn team as a reporter in April 2016.

She is originally from New York and excited to be back downstate after reporting for Time Warner Cable News in Binghamton, New York!

There she covered stories that made national headlines, like the 2016 Lansing miner rescue, the 2015 Clinton Correctional Facility escape, the third Cal Harris murder trial, the 2014 Pennsylvania State Police barracks attack and the Eric Frein manhunt. She also covered state Sen. Tom Libous’ trial in White Plains and the aftermath of his conviction, including the district's special election.

Lorsch graduated from Emory University with a double major in journalism and marketing from the Goizueta Business School. While at Emory she was designated a member of Emory's 100 Senior Honorary, an honor given to the most outstanding seniors. She was also a campus associate for Fox News Channel and an intern for CNN, News 12 Long Island and Fox Business Network. Lorsch was a founding member and the anchor of Emory's student-run ETV News newscast, president of Global Business Brigades, vice president of public relations and communications for the Omicron Delta Kappa national leadership honor society, and an editor for Her Campus and Kappa Alpha Theta.

When she is not telling a story, you can find Lorsch spending time with her family and friends, dancing, traveling, scoping out restaurants across the city, reading, or at the beach.



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