Ally Peters

Ally Wallenta joined the WAOW news team in May 2018.

Since her arrival in central Wisconsin, Ally has worked diligently to acclimate herself on-camera, behind the scenes, and to central Wisconsin.

In her free time, she loves to travel, along with being on the lake, spending time with her family and playing cribbage.

A graduate from the University of Missouri, Ally said she is “super excited to be a part of such a hard-working team of journalists,” and aims to continue to report accurate, trustworthy and timely news while getting to know the “friendly people of Wausau!”

You can catch Ally alongside Phil Aldridge weeknights on News 9 at 10.

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