Travis Robinson joined the NewsCenter 16 team in May 2016 as a multimedia journalist.
Travis is back home again in Indiana after spending his first year out of college at our sister station in North Platte, Nebraska.
He grew up in Fort Wayne and received his bachelor's degree in Telecommunications and Journalism from Ball State University.
Travis reported for KNOP/KIIT/KOLN (The Nebraska News and Information Network) in Nebraska for one year, but felt he was too far away from home. South Bend was close enough to home, but also a new place to experience.
Travis enjoys telling stories about people. The crime and politics are exciting, but he feels the people are the heart of a story.
Travis enjoys all sorts of geeky things from video games to Power Rangers, trying new activities and food, and spending time with friends.
If you have a great story to tell or live an exciting life, email Travis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Everybody has a story, and he'd like to tell yours.
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