Rebecca Pepin

POSTED: 2:12 PM Jun 05 2012   UPDATED: 3:10 PM Jul 30 2014
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Rebecca moved to the Tri-Cities in 2005 after living in Columbia, South Carolina for 5 years and working for WIS-TV.

She grew up in Canada, and got her undergraduate degree in Ontario at Queen’s University, before moving to upstate New York to pursue a master’s degree in broadcast journalism at Syracuse University.

Rebecca proudly became a US Citizen in 2006.

She was the original news anchor for Fox Tri-Cities News at 10, and she began co-anchoring on WCYB in 2007.

Rebecca has worked on a volunteer project to raise money for wounded veterans that resulted in a book called Faces of Freedom: Profiles of America’s Fallen Heroes ~ Iraq and Afghanistan. The book profiles one fallen hero from each of the 50 states, D.C. and Puerto Rico, with the proceeds going to Fisher House and Wounded Warrior Project.

Rebecca and her husband Derek have two children and a rescue dog.

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News 5 WCYB Videos

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The Buchanan County School Board is tackling a $9-million deficit that's accumulated over the past three school years.

Wise County water rescue team evacuates homes

Melting snow and heavy rainfall is causing major problems for people living in the Wise County area.

Johnson City Transit unveils text alerts for weather-related changes

When schools close in the Tri-Cities, many people get texts to their phones alerting them to changes. Now, Johnson City Transit is unveiling a system very similar to keep riders updated.

High school basketball scores & highlights 3-3-15

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First food distribution since roof collapse

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Holston Valley surgeon teaches robotic system in Turkey

A Holston Valley Medical Center doctor is using his innovative urology training to benefit people other than his patients - he's also advancing medicine overseas.

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