Leanne Stuck Biography
Leanne Stuck is an American reporter. She is a reporter for WGRZ-TV 2 On Your Side in Buffalo, NY. Leanne then moved to Evansville, Indiana where she joined the WEHT-TV team as their Weekend Anchor. The station covered news in three states, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. During her time in southern Indiana, Leanne focused on investigative journalism.
Leanne Stuck Age
The information regarding her age and birthday is currently under review.
Leanne Stuck Parents | Family
Stuck was born and raised in Amherst, NY. She has not disclosed the names of her parents and other family members.
Leanne Stuck Education
As for her education, Leanne attended Sweet Home High School. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with honors from Niagara University, earning a degree in Communication Studies.
Leanne Stuck Career
Upon graduation, Leanne accepted her first reporting position at WJET-TV, the ABC affiliate in Erie, Pennsylvania. While there, she covered a variety of stories including the historic 2016 Presidential election. Her coverage included reporting on campaign rallies of Presidential candidates trying to win Pennsylvania.
Leanne then moved to Evansville, Indiana where she joined the WEHT-TV team as their Weekend Anchor. The station covered news in three states, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. During her time in southern Indiana, Leanne focused on investigative journalism.
She spent a year, investigating and reporting on the controversial topic of legalizing CBD oil in Indiana. She led the markets coverage on the states indecisive nature on an important topic. Stuck is a reporter for WGRZ-TV 2 On Your Side in Buffalo, NY. Emily Lampa, Karys Belger, Claudine Ewing, Dave McKinley, and Jeff Preval also work at WGRZ-TV.
Leanne Stuck husband
Stuck has been hush-hush about her love life. She has not disclosed to the media her marital status. She is possibly single. There are no reports of Leanne having any children as of now.
Leanne Stuck 4K for Cancer
During the summer before her last semester of college, Leanne Stuck, ’15, did something extraordinary. She ran from San Francisco to Baltimore over 42 days in June and July.
She was one of 26 individuals between the ages of 18 and 25 selected to participate in the 4K for Cancer Run Across America, an Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults program that raises money and offers hope, inspiration, and support to communities affected by cancer along the 4,000-mile journey. It was only the second year of the run.
Encouraged by Vincent Schiano, ’13, who had cycled across the country the year before as part of the Ulman team, Leanne applied for the run.
“It’s an incredible cause,” Leanne says. “I knew that cancer had touched so many people and I wanted to run for those who couldn’t run themselves.”
To prepare for her cross-country trek, Leanne used the Niagara University campus and the nearby gorge as her training grounds, alternating between distance runs and sprint training. She had been a cross-country runner in high school and completed several half marathons while at NU, but she knew this run would be the most challenging she had ever undertaken.
Today, Leanne is a general assignment news reporter at WJET 24 in Erie, Pa. She cherishes the lifelong friends and lasting memories she made last summer but admits that she likely will not have another cross-country odyssey quite like that.
“I wish I could do it again because I made so many memories and met so many great people,” she says, “but that was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for me.”