Isabella Hulsizer

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Isabella Hulsizer graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University in May 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science. She is from Chandler, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. She has pride for all Arizona sports, despite their track record. Throughout her college career she reported politics and sustainability in her professional program at ASU, Cronkite News. She also interned at KPNX in Phoenix, the Arizona Republic and KJZZ 91.5 the NPR affiliate station. In the summer of 2019, Isabella interned at WCCO in Minneapolis. She fell in love with the Midwest and made it her goal to come back.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, discovering new music and testing out coffee shops. She loves all things glitter and has no shame advocating for the Oxford comma. Isabella is thrilled to join the La Crosse community, please send all recommendations her way!

Favorite song: Pocket Full of Sunshine by Natasha Bedingfield

Do you have a personal motto or quote that inspires you? “On tough days it helps to remember that every single time I thought I wasn’t going to make it… I was wrong.”

If you could interview one person, living or deceased, who would that be? Definitely Oprah. She has the most interesting life, along with the best advice. Also crossing my fingers she’d give me a new car.

What sports team are you a big fan of? Please, please, PLEASE don’t hate me… I am a Minnesota Vikings & Arizona Cardinals fan!

Favorite food: Stuffed rigatoni with chicken from Oregano’s. If you ever visit Arizona, it’s a must-have.

What do you like about your job? My favorite part of my job is getting to talk to people from all walks of life. Everyone has a little marble of information special to them, and I love collecting those marbles.

Pizza: Sausage, pepperoni or everything on it? Half cheese, half pepperoni. I’m a very plain gal!

Family: My parents live in Chandler, Arizona and my younger brother is a Navy Sailor. We may be spread apart, but our strong bond makes it feel as if there is no distance at all.

Articles

La Crosse business owners launch 'Get On Living Safely' campaign

It's no secret that small local businesses have been struggling through the pandemic. And now, small businesses in the La Crosse area are asking for your help.

La Crosse political parties plan for last few days before election

Election Officials recommend today as the last day to mail back absentee ballots, offering alternatives

La Crosse County Sheriff's Office receives grant funding for body cameras

Bus company gears up to haul students to school

Downtown bar scene still active despite the La Crosse County Health Department Advisory

Local organizations team up to show kids the power of music

Another round of "We're All In" small business grants offered to the community

Candidates for the 94th District Assembly answer questions about Governor Evers' emergency order limiting capacity

La Crosse Mayor gives update on marsh clean up

Investigation over chemicals found in groundwater near La Crosse Regional Airport

Candidates for Wisconsin's 95th District participate in debate

Fire reported in Holmen off of County Road XX

Tomah business owner struggling to stay afloat, industry feels singled out by governor's newest emergency order

UW La Crosse students weigh in on their view of the Vice Presidential debate

La Crosse scientist uses a unique tracking system for regional COVID-19 outbreaks

La Crosse community responds to Evers' emergency order

La Crosse Fire Department kicks off Fire Prevention Week with demonstration

Schools receive grant money to teach diversity

La Crosse voters react to the Presidential debate

Presidential debate: What La Crosse voters are watching for

Wisconsin seen as COVID-19 hotspot, health experts warn of grim outcomes

Local school's COVID-19 statistics confuse parents; district says it's for student privacy

La Crosse School District will evaluate in-person learning every two weeks

Recovery center hosts fundraiser to help with expanding safety measures and services

Onalaska Friends of the Library host book sale

La Crosse library and historical society team up for program

La Crosse business breaks ground for new building

COVID-19 pandemic causing disparities in minority groups

Company offers deal for free internet services for students

Signs to warn climbers of danger approved to be put on Grandad Bluff

Aptiv launches RemarkAble Citizen of the Month Campaign

Group for climate change advocacy gather outside city hall

La Crosse County Health Deparment hosts new webinars to educate youth about substance abuse