Lindsey Rogers is a general assignment reporter for WSFA 12 News.
After living and reporting in different parts of the country, she came to WSFA in December 2013.
Lindsey graduated with distinction from Penn State University's College of Communications with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2006 and started at NBC 10 in Philadelphia as a researcher and production assistant, working alongside some of the best of the best in the news industry- anchors, reporters, producers, directors and photographers who were willing to teach her the skills needed to succeed.
In 2007, she started reporting at WTVM, WSFA's sister station in Columbus, GA, where she worked her way to the top of the newsroom as lead reporter, covering crime and court stories, city government and military deployments.
In 2011, she was chosen by the number one TV station in the Topeka, Kansas market, WIBW, to spearhead the creation of a bureau office, covering all of the news in their extended viewing area. It was a hectic two years of shooting, writing and editing her own news stories and the pressure was on for her to self-produce news and relay the pressing issues local communities face. But she connected with farmers and Army families in the midst of our country's longest conflict as well as local, state and federal officials and viewers.
She enjoyed her time in Philadelphia, Georgia and Kansas and working with such amazing news teams. In 2013, Lindsey seized the opportunity to work with WSFA and rejoin the Raycom Media family. Lindsey and her husband are thrilled to be in the Montgomery area and they are looking forward to becoming involved in their community. In her spare time, Lindsey enjoys reading, traveling and catching up with friends and family.