Bridget Curran

Bridget Curran joined WQOW News 18 in July 2014 as a reporter and became a Daybreak anchor in May 2016. She graduated from the University of Northwestern – St. Paul with a degree in Electronic Media Communications. There she helped produce, anchor, and report for the campus news station.

After graduation, she volunteered as a reporter for the North Suburban Beat, a news program of CTV in Roseville Minnesota. In April 2014, CTV awarded her Rookie of the Year.

Bridget is excited to be living and working in Eau Claire which is close to her family in River Falls. When she is not at work, she can be found doing a variety of different things such as spending time with her husband, cooking or baking, Zumba, and scrap-booking.

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