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Jennifer Reyna is joining the KHOU 11 morning news team as traffic anchor. She brings more than 15 years of experience of Houston traffic knowledge to the KHOU 11 team.

“We are excited to welcome Jennifer Reyna to the KHOU 11 team and her return to morning television,” said Robert Springer, General Manager KHOU 11. “In addition to her extensive knowledge and understanding of Houston’s traffic, Jennifer cares deeply about the Houston community and it comes through in every interaction you have with her. As we seek to better serve the people of Houston and help them get out the door in morning, they can rest assured Jennifer Reyna is on the case, working closely with Chita Craft, Kimberly Davis and Stephanie Simmons.”

“I am pleased to join KHOU 11 and do my part to engage and inform my fellow Houstonians. I’ve had the opportunity to spend time with the team and they are talented, dedicated and fun,” said Jennifer Reyna. “I’m sure our viewers will appreciate the time they spend with us every morning.”

Reyna started in broadcasting as a Miss Rockwear winner on Houston’s legendary Rock 101 KLOL where she appeared on air with Outlaw Dave in afternoon drive.

Jennifer appears in the upcoming KLOL documentary to talk about Outlaw Dave and her time at the AOR Houston station.

After KLOL flipped formats to Reggaeton, Jennifer moved to Los Angeles and worked behind-the-scenes for ABC7 KABC. She then returned to Houston and was hired to be KPRC 2’s morning traffic anchor. In addition to her channel 2 traffic duties, Jennifer also reported on road congestion for 89.3 KSBJ.

Jennifer, native Houstonian, supports non-profit organizations such as the Lone Survivor Foundation, the Houston Association of Hispanic Media and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Jennifer joins Meteorologist Chita Craft and anchors Stephanie Simmons and Kimberly Davis weekday mornings from 4:30-7 a.m. beginning November 1st.

“Houston’s growing traffic issues are top of mind with viewers,” said KHOU 11 news director Elizabeth Roldan. “Jennifer’s knowledge will help our audience in their everyday life. That’s standing for Houston.”