Jenna Cisneros

Jenna Cisneros joined the WIS team in January 2018 as a reporter. She is so excited to call Columbia home and tell the stories that matter to the community. Before moving to the Palmetto state, Jenna anchored and reported for WUFT-TV in Gainesville, FL. She helped cover Hurricane Irma, as well as Richard Spencer’s visit to the University of Florida. Jenna graduated from the University of Florida where she earned a B.S degree in Telecommunications-News. She interned for three semesters straight during college, where she completed both reporting and digital internships at WKMG-TV in Orlando, FL, and WJXT-TV in Jacksonville, FL. Jenna is from Coral Springs, FL where she spent most of her time on Deerfield’s beautiful beach. A naturally inquisitive person, her love for journalism came as early as the second grade, where she participated in her elementary school morning announcements. Outside of the newsroom, Jenna has a strong passion for music and the marching arts. She spent five summers marching in a world class Drum and Bugle Corps called The Cadets, where she played the mellophone (a marching french horn). Jenna loves meeting new people and wants to tell your story! Have an idea? Email her at Facebook: Jenna Cisneros WISTV  Twitter: @JennaWISTV

Recent Articles by Jenna

  SC mom at a loss for words after learning daughter was beaten to death

Fallen Vietnam War veterans honored in Clarendon County

‘They serve and fight for us, the least that I can do is come out here and run for them.’ Hundreds run for nations heroes

Senator Tim Scott honors women veterans ahead of Veterans Day

‘This is a proactive step:’ West Columbia business offers active shooter simulation training for church members

People representing many faiths and races took part in #ShowUpForShabbat in the Midlands

More shootings reported in connection to Sumter drive-by shooting

Hundreds attend celebration of life service for SC man whose plane disappeared off Charleston coast

‘I wish I could have stopped it’: Family and friends mourn the loss of 17-year-old killed Sunday night

“It’s a blessing to be here and honor her. Farrah. Just keep on flying high.” Community mourns the loss of a beloved officer

Students reflect on Pastides final homecoming as president

New safety precautions in place for popular Winnsboro Park

Students rewarded after 10 weeks of no trip to the principal’s office

Renovations to come for dilapidated Mt. Zion Institute in Winnsboro

Newberry woman on kidney transplant list for six years continues to wait for a perfect match

A West Columbia home damaged in 2015 flooding gets new roof thanks to nonprofit group

Mega Millions jackpot raises to $1 billion ahead of Friday night drawing

Bond set for Lexington man involved in standoff, facing hit-and-run, meth charges

Midlands mother dies from gunshot wound, suspect still on the loose

Pelican’s SnoBall diabetic employee receives help from customers after going unconscious at work