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

Tri-Cities hairstylist gives 1,000 free haircuts to homeless people

Gary Zambrano became a cosmetologist in 2011, but four years later, his life was changed forever

Prosser hospital encourages continuing mammograms during pandemic

Prosser Memorial Hospital said in the beginning of the pandemic, fewer women were coming to their campus for mammograms

Kennewick School District begins Hybrid Learning

Westgate Elementary School Principal Dale Kern said they have several safety measures in place to ensure students' safety

Energy Northwest explains the potential for nuclear power plant in Tri-Cities

Dance studios in Tri-Cities reopen to offer in-person lessons

Tri-Cities wedding vendors excited to enter Phase 2

WSP decides against criminal investigation on Benton County Sheriff

Benton County Auditor shares tips to ensure your vote is counted

Get ready for Amazon Prime Day with online shopping safety tips

Experts want to educate shoppers so they don't fall victim to a hacker

Pasco coffee shop offers free drinks during Down Syndrome Awareness Month

The Coffee Crush in Pasco is giving free drinks to anyone with Down syndrome

Districts respond to positive COVID-19 case at Kennewick School District middle school

Kadlec Regional Medical center raises a flag for Breast Cancer Awareness

Health experts urged women who need to, schedule a mammogram; they have implemented cleaning measures to make ensure the safety of patients

Deployed military couple searches for dog, last seen in Moses Lake

Michael and Sarah Martin are from Boise, but left their dog with a trusted sitter in Washington

City of Pasco supports teen headed to risky surgery

Landen Schroeder has lived with a mass behind his left eye since he was eight years old

Richland Library Manager explains Banned Books Week

The week celebrates books that were almost banned but remain on shelves

Tri-Cities Cancer Center prepares for Cancer Crushing Challenge

It's time to lace up your running shoes for a great cause

Kennewick Police Department Facebook posts shares importance of foundation, Community Cares Fund

Tri-Cities experts, officials celebrate National Forensic Science Week

Shipping container turned 'mobile kitchen' arrives in Tri-Cities

Kennewick Police Department utilizes 'game-changing' ballistics technology

BrassTrax can potentially link spent shell casings from one crime scene to another

Ten months after mother disappears, Hermiston family searches for answers

Family members say Graciela Garcia was last seen at her home in Hermiston

Tri-Cities scientists use data software to track virus threats

Scientists with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory started using 'BioFeeds' two years ago

Pasco Police Department sport pink badges during October

Repeat lewd offender remains in Franklin County Jail

Pasco family devastated by house fire

The fire started while the Drake family was asleep on Wednesday night

Latino-owned businesses struggle to recover from COVID-19 shutdown

Kennewick business opens during pandemic to spread kindness and joy

New Tri-Cities cat rescue encourages fostering and adoption

Richland business encourages mental health awareness

September 10th is National Suicide Awareness Day

U-Pick farms allowed to open with restrictions

Richland mother share difficulties with remote learning and special needs children

Smoke and wind not a deterrent for some on Labor Day

Kennewick health care group offers COVID Impact Support

Benton County Prosecutor sheds light on drug addiction recovery

The office has joined forces with a local coalition to help offenders recover from the clutches of drug addiction

Tri-City Water Follies takes to the sky for drive-in experience

The HAPO Over the River Drive-In Air Show starts on Friday, September 4th