Emma Henderson

Emma Henderson began as a reporter for WTOL 11 News in October 2018. Emma grew up in Westerville, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus. Her passion for journalism began at a young age when she realized almost every topic was fascinating. She spent her time in school wanting to learn more about alternative energy, politics and different cultures around the United States and the World. Emma graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in 2016 where she reported and anchored at KOMU 8 News. There, she got involved in the Target 8 investigative team and was part of a Murrow Award-winning series. She spent two years at WSAW in Wausau, Wisconsin where she covered local politics, dug into the issue of opioids and foster care and a case of stolen valor. The team there was so collaborative, so I also had the chance to produce and anchor. Emma is excited to see what stories and adventures await now that she's in Toledo. You can follow her on Twitter @EmmaHendersonTV and on Facebook at Emma Henderson WTOL.

Recent Articles by Emma

PENTA hosts SkillsUSA competition

City of Toledo now offers free mediation services

Veterans get surprise Valentines from Toledoans

Te’Zaree’s battle: 8-month-old fights stage four cancer

Malachi Barnes’ mother pleads for suspect to turn himself in

Mayor, religious leaders look to learn from racism issues at General Motors Plant

Woman’s Apple Watch alerts her to heart problem

Life Flight doesn’t stop with arctic temperatures

Farmers prepare livestock for frigid temperatures

Children Services responding to emergencies during arctic blast

Coast Guard Veteran says he can’t rely on his pension checks to be there

Local YWCA “cautiously optimistic” about the end of the government shutdown

New program at Toledo Lucas Co. Library downloads program to filter accurate news

Toledo’s YWCA rape crisis center and women’s shelter imperiled by continuing government shutdown

City employees donate parts of their check to help furloughed federal workers

Glass City Crawlers on call for snow emergency

No late fees for North Baltimore residents after water bill mix-up

SNAP benefits impacted by government shutdown

How stores prepare before a big storm

United Way helping furloughed workers