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Marisa Matyola

Anchor/Reporter

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Marisa joined the WBOY team in October 2013 as a Producer and Reporter. She graduated from the Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism, now Reed College of Media, at West Virginia University. Marisa was the main anchor and Star City/Westover reporter for the award-winning WVU News.

Before joining 12 News, Marisa was the Game Operator for the NBC game show, Million Second Quiz. She grew up at the Jersey Shore and is thrilled to start her dream job in the wild and wonderful North Central West Virginia.

When Marisa is not in the newsroom, you can most likely find her spending time with her family, bargain shopping, or cheering on the Mountaineers!

If you have any story ideas, questions, or comments please send Marisa an email at mmatyola@wboy.com.

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  • Fighting opioid overdoses on the front line

    Fighting opioid overdoses on the front line

    Thursday, November 16 2017 4:15 PM EST2017-11-16 21:15:47 GMT

    Nearly 100 people a day are dying from opioid overdoses, it’s part of a growing issue that West Virginia is in the center of.   A call goes out on the radio. Lights, sirens mark a paramedics response. Frank Ferrari, EMT Harrison Co. Emergency Squad said, "There's used needles, there could be evidence of track marks on their arms.  They don't just shoot up on their arms, their eyelids, in-between your fingers, they are very resourceful.  Once you used a...

    Nearly 100 people a day are dying from opioid overdoses, it’s part of a growing issue that West Virginia is in the center of.   A call goes out on the radio. Lights, sirens mark a paramedics response. Frank Ferrari, EMT Harrison Co. Emergency Squad said, "There's used needles, there could be evidence of track marks on their arms.  They don't just shoot up on their arms, their eyelids, in-between your fingers, they are very resourceful.  Once you used a...

  • Auto-Pedestrian Accident Sends 10-Year-Old Boy To Hospital

    Auto-Pedestrian Accident Sends 10-Year-Old Boy To Hospital

    Friday, October 27 2017 9:33 AM EDT2017-10-27 13:33:27 GMT
    Courtesy: MGN OnlineCourtesy: MGN Online

     Shinnston Police said, a 10-year-old boy ran out in front of a moving vehicle while waiting for the school bus. 

     Shinnston Police said, a 10-year-old boy ran out in front of a moving vehicle while waiting for the school bus. 

  • Morgantown House Fire Believed to be Murder-Suicide

    Morgantown House Fire Believed to be Murder-Suicide

    Thursday, August 10 2017 1:56 PM EDT2017-08-10 17:56:22 GMT

    The Morgantown Police Department said that a fatal house fire Thursday morning appears to be a murder-suicide.

    The Morgantown Police Department said that a fatal house fire Thursday morning appears to be a murder-suicide.

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