WPLG Local 10 and WSFL-TV39 have teamed up to bring South Florida viewers fresh local newscasts from 7-9 a.m. and 10-11 p.m., Monday through Friday and 10-10:30 p.m. on weekends.


The 7-9 a.m. weekday newscast is anchored by Alexis Frazier, who South Florida viewers know from her role as morning traffic anchor on WPLG’s morning newscasts. Gio Insignares will join Alexis on the anchor desk. Gio comes to WPLG from WUSA in Washington, D.C., but grew up in Kendall, and is thrilled to be returning to his hometown.

Andrea Martinez is the traffic reporter. Andrea is also a South Florida native. She has worked for Telemundo in Miami and as an anchor and reporter in San Antonio and Tyler, Texas.

WSFL viewers also will recognize WPLG morning meteorologist Julie Durda, who provides weather forecasts for both the WPLG and WSFL morning newscasts.


The weeknight 10 p.m. newscast is anchored by WPLG’s Louis Aguirre. Louis has spent 22 years in the market and is a fan favorite.

Louis is joined by Eden Checkol, who joined WPLG from WISN-TV in Milwaukee, where she was a morning anchor. Eden previously worked in Madison, Wisconsin, and Duluth, Minnesota, after growing up in Minneapolis. Local 10’s Chief Certified Meteorologist Betty Davis provides her nightly weather forecasts and WPLG Sports Director Will Manso completes the team.


On weekends, the WSFL 10 p.m. newscast is anchored by WPLG’s Sanela Sabovic and Layron Livingston, with weather from meteorologist Luke Dorris.

“We’re thrilled to have some of WPLG’s most seasoned journalists providing the exact same quality information their viewers have come to expect from Local 10 News,” said WSFL Vice President and General Manager Bill Siegel. “WSFL also welcomes Eden and Gio, and we’re looking forward to offering South Florida viewers a fresh choice in local news.”

The E.W. Scripps Company is a diversified media company focused on creating a better-informed world. As the nation’s fourth-largest local TV broadcaster, Scripps serves communities with quality, objective local journalism and operates a portfolio of 61 stations in 41 markets. Scripps’ national networks reach nearly every American through the news outlets Court TV and Newsy and popular entertainment brands ION, Bounce, Grit, Laff, and Court TV Mystery. Scripps is the nation’s largest holder of broadcast spectrum. Scripps runs an award-winning investigative reporting newsroom in Washington, D.C., and is the longtime steward of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Founded in 1878, Scripps has held for decades to the motto, “Give light and the people will find their own way.”

WPLG Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway Company, operates WPLG-TV the ABC affiliate in South Florida, MeTV South Florida, H&I Network, Local10.com, and Local 10 News Now, streaming on AT&T TV Now, YouTube TV, Hulu Live TV, Roku, Amazon and Apple apps.