Marissa Stevens joined the team in October 2011.
She made the journey to Northwest Arkansas from San Diego, California after graduating from San Diego State University with a degree in journalism.
After completing two internships with the NBC affiliate in San Diego, she knew this was the career she wanted to pursue.
Her passion and desire to meet new people, see new places, and learn new things is what keeps her motivated.
Every day holds a different story, and that is something she truly loves about her job.
Marissa grew up in Washington State, so she loves being on the water whether she is driving the boat, slalom skiing, wakeboarding, or just swimming around.
Music has always been a huge part of her life. She is a classically trained pianist, plays the flute and French horn, and loves singing and performing on stage.
She is very close to her big family and being far away from them is tough, but Marissa loves Northwest Arkansas. She is excited to get involved in her local community, explore the beautiful outdoors, and has officially learned how to call the Hogs!
Assisting Animal Shelters
Local animal shelters are now feeling the effects of a long list of foreclosures
BenCo Says "No" to Inmate Workers
More inmates could be getting work in the Natural State, but not in Benton County.
Rogers Teachers May Switch Schools
Rogers students and teachers will be on the move come August.
Elkins Teams Up With Fayetteville Animal Shelter
Stray animals are a big problem for Elkins, but the city may have found a solution.
FHS Student Council Wants Cameras in Parking Lot
Some Fayetteville High School students want to crack down on parking lot crime.
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