Alex Rozier Biography, Age, Education, Career, WFAA and Awards

Alex Rozier Biography

Alex Rozier is an American journalist, who works as a reporter for WFAA 8 in Dallas. He has also worked for KHQ and KINGS 5.

Alex Rozier Age

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Alex Rozier Education

Rozier attended Virginia High School in Virginia, Minnesota. Here, he was involved with student council and  National Honor Society. He was also very active in  Key Club, the student newspaper, and choir. In his senior year of high school, he was selected as a delegate to represent Minnesota at the American Legion Boys Nation event, where he got to see President George W. Bush. He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in radio-television journalism. He was additionally the master of ceremonies in their events.

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Alex Rozier Early life

I was born and raised in Northern Minnesota, United States of America. He later left to obtain his broadcast journalism degree at the University of Missouri.  Alex grew up in the small town of Virginia in Minnesota’s St. Louis County.

When Rozier was four years old, he avidly watched nightly newscasts in his home state of Minnesota. For his birthday that year, he asked to meet his idol: KMSP-TV news anchor Robyne Robinson.  Fortunately, Robinson agreed to meet him after his parents drove almost five hours to get to the news station.

In 2007, while a freshman at the Missouri School of Journalism, he joined KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri, as a reporter. He later became an anchor as well.

Alex Rozier Career

After college, Rozier joined KHQ-TV in Spokane, Washington, in May 2011 as a weekday reporter and weekend anchor. His feature report, called The Eyes of a Hero, aired on Veterans Day in 2012. His report focused on a local artist who drew portraits of fallen soldiers for their families.

 In 2013, Rozier won a National Edward R. Murrow Award for his reporting on the story, earning KHQ their first-ever national award in company history.

The story also earned an Emmy Award nomination for “Feature News Report-Serious Feature” at the Northwest Emmy Awards in 2013.

 On September 15, 2013, KHQ aired his feature report on two brothers who climbed Sloan Peak. This was 40 years after their father vanished from the same mountain, called The Climb for Closure.

In 2014, his story was nominated for two Emmy Awards at the 2014 Northwest Emmy Awards. It also won a national award from the Society of Professional Journalists.

On May 28, 2014, Rozier announced on Twitter that he was leaving KHQ to report at KING-TV in Seattle.
On March 13, 2019, Rozier announced on Twitter that he was leaving KING 5 to report at WFAA in Dallas


Rozier is an award-winning reporter for KOMU-TV8 in Columbia, Missouri. He joined KOMU in 2007 when he was still a freshman in college. Since joining the station he’s been a dayside, live, and feature reporter. In recent months, he’s worked as a weekend anchor. In November 2010, he won an Emmy award in the student production category.


He joined WFAA early this year from KING 5

WFAA is a virtual channel and VHF digital channel 8. It is an ABC-affiliated television station serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex that is licensed to Dallas, Texas, United States. The station is owned by Tegna, Inc.

WFAA maintains offices and primary studio facilities located at the WFAA Communications Center Studios. Their studios are located on 606 Young Street in downtown Dallas. The station also operates a secondary studio facility located at the Victory Park development next to the American Airlines Center. It station maintains transmitter facilities located south of Belt Line Road in Cedar Hill. Additionally, is one of only a few broadcast stations west of the Mississippi River to have the “W” initial prefix.

When asked what he knows about WFAA, he said,

“This station is filled with professionals who earn some of the most prestigious awards in journalism every single year.

But I’ll tell you what I really like about WFAA.

This station is not only filled with good journalists. It’s filled with good journalists who are good people. The men and women who work here care deeply about this community and one another.

I am honored to be on this incredible team. “

Alex Rozier Awards

In 2010,  Rozier was one of five winners of the Pulitzer Center YouTube Project: Report international competition with his reporting project Guatemala: The Culture that Crawls.

His storytelling has led to regional and national recognition. He was honored to win three Emmy Awards, three National Edward R. Murrow Awards, and six regional Murrow Awards.