Madeleine Hagen

Multi Media Journalist/Evening Anchor

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Madeleine Hagen joins the KAPP-KVEW Team with years of reporting and anchoring experience under her belt.
Madeleine got her start in high school where she learned the ropes of reporting and anchoring, this propelled her into studying journalism in college.
A proud University of Nevada, Reno Alumni, Madeleine interned for various TV stations and a public relations firm in order to prepare for her first job in the field.
Before living in Tri-Cities, Madeleine worked as a Multi-Skilled Journalist in Corpus Christi, Texas. While there, she covered stories like the historical Hurricane Harvey, and the tragic aftermath from the Sutherland Springs shooting.
Although Madeleine calls Sacramento, California home, she also claims Sammamish, Washington as her hometown.
When she’s not on air or out in the field, Madeleine can be found walking her dogs Ace and Pinot with her husband, cooking healthy meals or running. She looks forward to taking in the beauty of Tri-Cities and telling stories that matter most to the community.

Articles

Kadlec Regional Medical Center hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinic

Tri-Cities teen makes big donation to My Friends' Place

Pasco man, recovering from COVID-19, garners outpouring of support from community

Prosecutor's office explains why no charges were filed in Ashley Guevara's death

PNNL scientists discover how vape smoke affects lungs

A new year brings big changes for the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter

Health officials remind public COVID-19 vaccines take time to build immunity

Communities support public health by donating 'super-freezers' for vaccine storage

Kennewick teen with debilitating illness searches for stolen car

Improvements begin on stretch of Columbia Park Trail

Benton County Commissioner proposes reopening resolution

Tri-Cities dog rescue sees uptick in parvovirus cases

Cable Bridge to light up blue for human trafficking awareness

Hermiston family looks to expand foster children donation station

UW Doctor says we can't let our guard down against COVID-19

Hanford Site announces project completion at Vitrification Plant

Washingtonians can now remotely testify before state legislature

Yakima family gives back despite pandemic challenges

Despite pandemic hardships, Mirror Ministries continues to restore lives

The organization was able to stay open as an essential service for the community

How this Grandview family kept their spirits up during 2020

Umatilla Robotics Team highlighted in documentary

Richland family's Christmas yard display wows viewers

Should pregnant or breastfeeding women get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Tyson Foods supplier misrepresents $285 million worth of cattle

Numerica Credit Union helps homeless families move into permanent homes

Washington-based app assists with substance abuse recovery

West Richland family spreads happiness through backyard farm

Hospitalized kids receive gifts for the holidays from community partners

Walla Walla students build and paint desks for younger students without workspace

Save multiple lives by giving blood during the holiday season

COVID-19 vaccines make their way to Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center

Families concerned for incarcerated loved ones as DOC COVID-19 cases rise

State of Washington settles $2 million sex abuse lawsuit before trial starts

Oregon teacher takes virtual learning to the kitchen

Local leaders look to Savannah River for Hanford clean-up possibilities

Researchers discover tire-derived chemical is poisonous to Coho salmon

Benton-Franklin Health District on dining outdoors during pandemic

Float your pandemic stress away at this Kennewick business

Researchers point to autonomic nervous system disorder for some COVID-19 long-haulers

Therapeutic horse-riding organization sees highest number of students despite pandemic lockdowns

Still, Therapeutic Riding of Tri-Cities has seen a decrease in donations due to cancelled, in-person fundraisers