Alex Finnie


Alex joined the Local 10 News team in May 2018. 

South Florida is home! She was raised in Miami and attended the Cushman School and New World School of the Arts for high school. Alex received her Bachelor of Science in television and film production at St. John's University in New York City. 

Alex has had the opportunity to cover a wide variety of stories so far at Local 10. In addition to the day to day news in the fast pace South Florida market, she has also traveled to cover big stories outside of the viewing area. 

In October 2018, Alex covered Hurricane Michael in the Florida Panhandle. She was there reporting before, during and after the storm. Local 10 was the first South Florida station to send a crew to cover the catastrophic Category 5 storm that ravaged large portions of the Florida Panhandle. In addition to that, Alex also traveled to Pittsburgh to cover the horrific mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in October 2018. Local 10 was the only South Florida station that traveled to Pittsburgh.

Alex has worked in newsrooms around the country, from New York City to Alabama. Throughout her career, Alex has had the opportunity to interview a wide variety of notable people, including President Barack Obama, President Donald Trump, the Rev. Al Sharpton and Oprah Winfrey, to name a few. She covered the widely publicized Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley scandal that led to his resignation, as well as the heated Alabama Senate race between Roy Moore and Sen. Doug Jones. She also had the honor of covering the 50-year anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Alabama, the event that led to the Voting Rights Act. 

During her off time, Alex enjoys spending time with family, volunteering in her community and relaxing when she can. She loves being back in South Florida telling the stories that affect the community she's called home since childhood.