Before coming to Houston, she worked at WTKR in Norfolk, Virginia, anchored at KELO in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and was an anchor/reporter at KLFY in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Brhe grew up in a military household and moved often. No matter where she was living from Washington to Europe, the news was always there to educate her about her new home and what was going on around her. Brhe also served six years in the Virginia Army National Guard and the Louisiana Army National Guard.
She graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Sports Communication.
Some of Brhe's most notable stories include coverage of the Grand Theatre shooting in Lafayette, being embedded with several military units, Hurricane Florence, and a two-year investigation that resulted in three wrongfully convicted men being released from prison after 25 years behind bars.
Brhe's greatest passion is serving others. She has been a big sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters for several years and a volunteer at the SPCA. When she is not working, she loves spending time with family, her husband and two rescue dogs. She loves volunteering, exploring the city, going for a run and trying new places to eat.
If you see her out on a story be sure to say hi! If you have a story you'd like to share or advice on a place she should check out, she'd love to hear from you!
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