Allie Hausfeld

Allie Hausfeld is a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana. She joined WTOL11 in August of 2016 as a general assignment news reporter, weekdays at 5 and 6 p.m. A Hoosier at heart, Allie is excited to see what the Buckeye State has in store. Allie graduated from Indiana University in May 2016 with a degree in Sport Communication, as well as minors in Telecommunications, Business, and Sport Marketing & Management. While in Bloomington, Allie worked as a reporter all four years for various outlets, including Big Ten Network and Fox Sports. She covered everything from the NCAA basketball Sweet 16 to the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium. Allie also interned at WISH-TV in Indianapolis while in college. Following her internship with WISH, she worked as a freelance photographer for the station for almost two years. When she's not reporting on the latest news story, Allie enjoys hanging out with her family, watching her beloved Indiana sports teams, and eating french fries.

Recent Articles by Allie

  TPD investigating one of their own for texting and driving

Council members discuss forgiving Uptown Arts Apartments loan

MLK Bridge now closed until late November

Changes have been made to Toledo's leaf pickup

Aquifer study moves forward as suburbs get contracts from Toledo for water

Lucas Co. Commissioner candidate takes strong stance on jail issue

Toledo is being promoted as a destination

New jail bond issues receive union support

UT Police ready for big crowds at Saturday’s Miami Hurricanes game

Local high schools having trouble finding officials

Perrysburg School District suffers from bus driver shortage, looking to hire

Perrysburg HS students interview teachers to remember 9/11

Lucas County and Wood County voter guide to all ballot issues

Local restaurant feeds kids for free while promoting suicide awareness

Lucas Co. Treasurer's Office employees get Narcan overdose training

Businesses, drivers prepare for MLK Bridge to close for months

City leaders cracking down on illegal dumping

Local 92 contract brings up budget concerns

City leaders working to educate neighbors with recycling inspections

Initiatives blocked from ballot