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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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    Police: More Shoplifters Turning Violent

    Thursday, April 17 2014 5:29 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:29:07 GMT
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    Greenville Police say they’re noticing a dangerous trend – a string of shoplifters turning violent in the upstate.
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    Oversight Panel Grills SC DSS Director

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 5:23 PM EDT2014-04-16 21:23:30 GMT
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    The Senate DSS Oversight Subcommittee is investigating claims children died because the agency missed red flags.
  • 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.
  • Cops Kick Off Traffic Enforcement Blitz over Spring Break

    Cops Kick Off Traffic Enforcement Blitz over Spring Break

    Monday, April 14 2014 6:07 PM EDT2014-04-14 22:07:27 GMT
    The Greenville County Sheriff's Office kicked off what it's calling a “traffic enforcement blitz” Monday to crack down on seatbelt violations and impaired driving. The Greenville County Sheriff's Office kicked off what it's calling a “traffic enforcement blitz” Monday to crack down on seatbelt violations and impaired driving.
    The Greenville County Sheriff's Office kicked off what it's calling a “traffic enforcement blitz” Monday to crack down on seatbelt violations and impaired driving.
    The Greenville County Sheriff's Office kicked off what it's calling a “traffic enforcement blitz” Monday to crack down on seatbelt violations and impaired driving.
  • SC Strippers Sue Company that Owns Platinum Plus

    SC Strippers Sue Company that Owns Platinum Plus

    Friday, April 11 2014 5:42 PM EDT2014-04-11 21:42:21 GMT
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    A group of strippers is suing the company that owns Greenville's Platinum Plus and other clubs in South Carolina. The dancers accuse K.E.G Inc. of violating federal employment laws.
  • Upstate School Resource Officers Train for the Worst

    Upstate School Resource Officers Train for the Worst

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 6:23 PM EDT2014-04-09 22:23:40 GMT
    In the Upstate, school resource officers are already taking steps to prepare for what to do if a dangerous scenario happened here.In the Upstate, school resource officers are already taking steps to prepare for what to do if a dangerous scenario happened here.
    In the Upstate, school resource officers are already taking steps to prepare for what to do if a dangerous scenario happened here.
    In the Upstate, school resource officers are already taking steps to prepare for what to do if a dangerous scenario happened here.
  • ‘Donkey’ Litter Sign in Laurens Turning Heads

    ‘Donkey’ Litter Sign in Laurens Turning Heads

    Friday, March 28 2014 5:44 PM EDT2014-03-28 21:44:32 GMT
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  • Hendersonville Crews Battling Flames At W. Allen St. Apartments

    Hendersonville Crews Battling Flames At W. Allen St. Apartments

    Friday, April 18 2014 7:24 AM EDT2014-04-18 11:24:22 GMT
    Firefighters in Hendersonville are on the scene Friday morning of an apartment fire on West Allen Street.Firefighters in Hendersonville are on the scene Friday morning of an apartment fire on West Allen Street.
    Firefighters in Hendersonville are on the scene Friday morning of an apartment fire on West Allen Street.When crews arrived at the Ivy Terrace Apt. several units were fully engulfed in flames. All the residents were able to make it out safely but 3 people suffered minor injuries. They were taken to the hospital. none of injuries were life threatening.
    Firefighters in Hendersonville are on the scene Friday morning of an apartment fire on West Allen Street.When crews arrived at the Ivy Terrace Apt. several units were fully engulfed in flames. All the residents were able to make it out safely but 3 people suffered minor injuries. They were taken to the hospital. none of injuries were life threatening.
  • Pickens Azalea Festival Kicks Off Friday

    Pickens Azalea Festival Kicks Off Friday

    Pickens Azalea Festival Kicks Off Friday

    Friday, April 18 2014 4:53 AM EDT2014-04-18 08:53:22 GMT
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    The Pickens Azalea Festival celebrates 30 years this weekend.It's one of the most popular festivals in the Upstate and is free and open to the public.This year the festival will feature entertainment on the main stage, and the new Pickens Amphitheater.7 On Your Side is a proud sponsor of the 2014 event.The fun begins Friday 10am as Your Carolina with Jack and Megan kicks off the festival with an hour long live show on main street in downtown Pickens followed by Carolina Now.
  • Shots Fired After Armed Robbery At Anderson Store

    Shots Fired After Armed Robbery At Anderson Store

    Friday, April 18 2014 12:29 AM EDT2014-04-18 04:29:11 GMT
    Anderson police are searching for an armed robbery suspect.Anderson police are searching for an armed robbery suspect.
    Anderson police are searching for an armed robbery suspect. According to Lt. David Creamer, the call came in just after 9 p.m. Thursday for shots fired inside and outside the Thomas Food Mart on Tribble Street. Lt. Creamer says the suspect fled on foot.
    Anderson police are searching for an armed robbery suspect. According to Lt. David Creamer, the call came in just after 9 p.m. Thursday for shots fired inside and outside the Thomas Food Mart on Tribble Street. Lt. Creamer says the suspect fled on foot.
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