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  • Friends of McDowell County Train Fatality speak out, Ask for Donations

    Friends of McDowell County Train Fatality speak out, Ask for Donations

    Friday, August 22 2014 7:46 PM EDT2014-08-22 23:46:55 GMT
    Tragedy strikes on train tracks in southern West Virginia. One person is dead and two others hurt after coming too close to a train in McDowell County.
    Tragedy strikes on train tracks in southern West Virginia. One person is dead and two others hurt after coming too close to a train in McDowell County.
  • NEW DETAILS: Tips leads to sex offender's capture in Princeton

    NEW DETAILS: Tips leads to sex offender's capture in Princeton

    Friday, August 22 2014 6:22 PM EDT2014-08-22 22:22:55 GMT
    State Troopers out of Princeton, WV confirmed that they are looking for Christopher Lee Tolliver, a registered sex offender. Tolliver was scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on Tuesday Aug. 19, 2014, but failed to show up.
    State Troopers out of Princeton, WV confirmed that they are looking for Christopher Lee Tolliver, a registered sex offender. Tolliver was scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on Tuesday Aug. 19, 2014, but failed to show up.
  • Family left homeless in Raysal, McDowell County after a fire rips through their house

    Family left homeless in Raysal, McDowell County after a fire rips through their house

    Friday, August 22 2014 6:19 PM EDT2014-08-22 22:19:25 GMT
    A fire late Thursday night leaves a family in McDowell County homeless. Everyone was able to get out of the home in Raysal safely, but a friend of the family, who saved their dog, told us it was a very close call.
    A fire late Thursday night leaves a family in McDowell County homeless. Everyone was able to get out of the home in Raysal safely, but a friend of the family, who saved their dog, told us it was a very close call.

Kelsey Borza joined the 59 News team in July 2012. She is originally from Latrobe, Pennsylvania and graduated from Ohio University with a degree in Broadcast News.

During her time at OU, she produced, anchored and reported for their daily local news broadcast on WOUB-TV.

 She also interned with WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh and at NBC's Today Show under fellow OU alumnus Matt Lauer.

She enjoyed living in the city but the wilderness is where she is most comfortable, "I'm a small town girl at heart, so I feel much more at home in West Virginia than in New York City!"

In her free time, Kelsey enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding, shopping, and exploring all the wilderness that the state has to offer.

Kelsey is the Greenbrier County reporter for 59 News and would love to hear your story! Feel free to email her your Greenbrier County story ideas at kborza@wvnstv.com.