Corinne Rose

Noon Anchor/ Reporter

Corinne joined 21Alive/NBC33 in 1995 as a general assignment reporter. She anchored the noon news from early 2003 to 2013 and created and produced the highly popular Noon Extra show for three years.

Corinne regularly covers the police and crime beat, but in her reports you'll see her covering everything from homicides to court cases to city council meetings. Known for digging deep on issues as well as protecting her sources, Corinne has broken major stories like the Alejandra Gutierrez case and Fort Wayne's new police chief.

Corinne grew up in Northbrook, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. She graduated from Miami of Ohio with a double major in English and Political Science, and in the spring of her junior year, she studied at Miami's Luxembourg campus and traveled throughout Europe. One of the highlights of that semester abroad was attending the Winter Olympics in Albertville, France, and cheering on the USA hockey team as it beat Italy. She returned home that summer for an internship at WLS-TV, the ABC owned and operated station in Chicago, before returning to Oxford, Ohio for her senior year.

In her free time, Corinne sings with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chorus and enjoys working out, cooking, reading, and traveling as much as she can. She lives in Fort Wayne with her husband.