Marianne Lyles

You can catch Marianne Lyles weekdays on the new WTTV Morning News. She comes to Indianapolis from Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she also helped wake-up viewers on WISN 12.

Marianne is excited about being back in Indiana. Before Milwaukee, she worked at 14 WFIE in Evansville, where she anchored the weekend evening shows.

Marianne has covered many big stories in her career, including the mass shooting at Sikh Temple, tracking down a group of state senators who fled Wisconsin and even interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama when she visited the Hoosier State. Prior to working in Southern Indiana, Marianne also worked at KAVU in Victoria, Texas where she reported, anchored and produced.

Marianne graduated from Columbia College Chicago.

Marianne was born in the Philippines. She is married and has a rescued shih-poo named Benny. Marianne is a big advocate of Big Brothers Big Sisters, and still keeps in touch with her “little sister” from Milwaukee. Marianne loves sports, and you’ll often hear her talking about fantasy football. Marianne looks forward to hearing your story ideas and about fun events in your community.

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