Deneige Broom

Deneige Broom
Deneige Broom is back at Channel 9 for her second tour of duty. You may remember when the Seminole County native hit the streets as a reporter for Eyewitness News from 2013-2017. Now, she's back helping drivers navigate those streets as Traffic Anchor every morning. (Cindy Kelly/WFTV)

ORLANDO, Fla. — Deneige Broom is back at Channel 9 for her second tour of duty.

You may remember when the Seminole County native hit the streets as a reporter for Eyewitness News from 2013-2017. Now, she’s back helping drivers navigate those streets as Traffic Anchor every morning. You can also catch her anchoring the 8am hour of Eyewitness News This Morning.

9 facts about Deneige Broom

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During her 3 year hiatus from Orlando, Deneige was a reporter/anchor in Houston, Texas, covering several national stories such as Hurricane Harvey, the World Series, the Santa Fe High School shooting and the deaths of President George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara.

Deneige started her on-air journalism career at WCTV in Tallahassee. Prior to starting her news career, Deneige lived in Madrid, Spain, and worked for the Spanish government as a teacher where she became fluent in Spanish.

Deneige is a proud Florida State Seminole who loves to travel and explore cities big and small in her spare time.