Jéntill Neal joined the FOX 55 News team in December 2017 as a Multi-Media Journalist.
Jéntill Neal joined the FOX 55 News team in December 2017 as a Multi-Media Journalist. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism of Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia in 2015.
Jéntill is no stranger to the Mid-West. She is originally from Westland, Michigan. She started out behind the scenes producing in Charlottesville, Virginia, but
returned to her home state to report in Lansing.
During her time at Hampton University, Jéntill immediately got involved with the university’s newscast and the View From Hampton U television show.
In March 2015, Jéntill studied abroad in China to take her journalism efforts to the next level. She created a documentary to encourage more minority students to study abroad.
Jéntill is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and the National Association of Black Journalists.
When she’s not reporting on stories in northeast Indiana, you can catch her singing and dancing to her favorite Beyonce songs, attending church, volunteering in the community, and spending time with family.
If you have a story idea, please feel free to e-mail Jentill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
They say a man's best friend is his dog, but in the case of K9 Castorka of Whitley County Sheriff's Department she was family. Various sheriff and police departments honored her life as she was laid to rest Wednesday.
The incident happened at 9:50 p.m. at Gateway Plaza on Goshen Avenue.
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Mike's Car Wash is helping families by raising money for Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Thousands braved the heat to join in artistic festivities.
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Fort Wayne based non pro-fit Blue Jacket celebrated their expansion opening a second store.
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