News 18 This Morning bids farewell to Kiyerra Lake

After several years serving Greater Lafayette, News 18 says farewell to morning reporter Kiyerra Lake.

Posted: Feb. 22, 2019 7:21 AM

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — After several years serving Greater Lafayette, News 18 says farewell to morning reporter Kiyerra Lake.

Kiyerra came to News 18 after graduating from Michigan State University in August of 2016. She can't stay away, because she's heading back to East Lansing to be closer to family and continue her reporting journey.

"This is a bittersweet moment," said Lake. "I've met so many close friends here at News 18 and in the community. It's hard to believe two and a half years have gone by. Thank you to everyone who welcomed me into your homes every morning."

Join us in thanking Kiyerra for her dedication to Greater Lafayette. Congratulations, Kiyerra!

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