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Jenna Troum

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Jenna Troum joined 7 On Your Side in July 2013 as a reporter based in Greenville.

Before moving to the Upstate, Jenna was a multimedia journalist at WKBT in La Crosse, Wisconsin. While in La Crosse, her reporting on the deadly trend of heroin flooding the community won an Associated Press Award for Hard News and Northwest Broadcast News Association Awards of Merit for Investigative Reporting and Hard News.

Her series "Fighting Through the Fear," which brought people an inside look at a class that trains women how to fight off a sexual assault, won an Associated Press Award for Enterprise Reporting.

Jenna graduated summa cum laude from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, with a concentration in Political Science.

Originally from Orlando, Florida, she's excited to experience southern winters again.

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    Greenville Moms Accused of Abandoning Babies Charged Differently

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 5:53 PM EDT2014-04-22 21:53:30 GMT
    Sharon Ferguson, left, is accused of abandoning her newborn in a trashcan Monday. She faces a more severe charge than Jessica Blackham, right, who abandoned her baby in a toilet at the Bi-Lo Center in 2011.Sharon Ferguson, left, is accused of abandoning her newborn in a trashcan Monday. She faces a more severe charge than Jessica Blackham, right, who abandoned her baby in a toilet at the Bi-Lo Center in 2011.
    The Greenville woman accused of abandoning her newborn in a trash can Monday faces a more severe charge than the woman who abandoned her baby in a toilet at the Bi-Lo Center in 2011.
    The Greenville woman accused of abandoning her newborn in a trash can Monday faces a more severe charge than the woman who abandoned her baby in a toilet at the Bi-Lo Center in 2011.
  • Upstate Runners Show Their “Spirit of Boston” in Greenville 5K

    Upstate Runners Show Their “Spirit of Boston” in Greenville 5K

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:41 PM EDT2014-04-21 22:41:27 GMT
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    Nearly 200 runners showed their "spirit of Boston" Monday evening as they took to the pavement in the Greenville Drive’s commemorative 5K.
  • 1 Week, 2 Kids, 2 Guns, 2 Fatal Shootings in SC

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    Friday, April 18 2014 5:41 PM EDT2014-04-18 21:41:40 GMT
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    Two young children got a hold of guns and accidentally shot and killed someone in the past week in South Carolina. 7 On Your Side looked into what laws are in place to hold gun owners accountable when their weapons get into kids' hands.
  • Police: More Shoplifters Turning Violent

    Police: More Shoplifters Turning Violent

    Thursday, April 17 2014 5:29 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:29:07 GMT
    Greenville Police say they’re noticing a dangerous trend – a string of shoplifters turning violent in the upstate.
    Greenville Police say they’re noticing a dangerous trend – a string of shoplifters turning violent in the upstate.
  • Anderson Co. Son Shoots Father To Defend Family

    Anderson Co. Son Shoots Father To Defend Family

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 4:53 PM EDT2014-04-15 20:53:09 GMT
    Deputies were called to North Lake Condos on 201 North Lake Drive just after 4 a.m. Deputies were called to North Lake Condos on 201 North Lake Drive just after 4 a.m.
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    Investigators say Randy Fowler told his son to either shoot him or he would shoot the son and then kill himself.
  • FFRF Complains Clemson Violates Football Players’ Constitutional Rights

    FFRF Complains Clemson Violates Football Players’ Constitutional Rights

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 4:39 PM EDT2014-04-15 20:39:44 GMT
    The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a formal complaint to Clemson University that Coach Dabo Swinney and team chaplain James Trapp are violating players' constitutional rights by pushing Christian beliefs on them.The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a formal complaint to Clemson University that Coach Dabo Swinney and team chaplain James Trapp are violating players' constitutional rights by pushing Christian beliefs on them.
    The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a formal complaint to the Clemson University that team leaders are violating players' constitutional rights by pushing Christian beliefs on them.
    The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a formal complaint to the Clemson University that team leaders are violating players' constitutional rights by pushing Christian beliefs on them.
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  • Mississippi Child Found Unharmed In Georgia After Amber Alert

    Mississippi Child Found Unharmed In Georgia After Amber Alert

    Thursday, April 24 2014 6:30 AM EDT2014-04-24 10:30:34 GMT
    A 2-year-old girl whose younger sister was found dead in Mississippi has been found unharmed in Georgia.A 2-year-old girl whose younger sister was found dead in Mississippi has been found unharmed in Georgia.
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  • NC Early Voting Begins For May 6 Primary

    NC Early Voting Begins For May 6 Primary

    Thursday, April 24 2014 3:18 AM EDT2014-04-24 07:18:21 GMT
    Polls are opening in all 100 counties so people can vote in person before the May 6 primary day in North Carolina.Polls are opening in all 100 counties so people can vote in person before the May 6 primary day in North Carolina.
    Polls are opening in all 100 counties so people can vote in person before the May 6 primary day in North Carolina. Early voting starts Thursday.
    Polls are opening in all 100 counties so people can vote in person before the May 6 primary day in North Carolina. Early voting starts Thursday.
  • Williamston Police: Man Arrested After Tuesday Shooting

    Williamston Police: Man Arrested After Tuesday Shooting

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 11:32 PM EDT2014-04-24 03:32:34 GMT
    Williamston police officers are investigating a shooting after a woman was shot in the head on South Hamilton Street.Williamston police officers are investigating a shooting after a woman was shot in the head on South Hamilton Street.
    An accused shooter is being held at the Anderson County Detention Center after authorities say he shot a woman in the head on South Hamilton Street Tuesday night.
    An accused shooter is being held at the Anderson County Detention Center after authorities say he shot a woman in the head on South Hamilton Street Tuesday night.
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