Priscilla Casper

Priscilla Casper joined NBC10 Boston as an anchor in August of 2022.

She is an award-winning journalist who spent several years anchoring at KVOA-TV, the NBC-affiliate in Tucson, Arizona. During her time at KVOA, she led the team through significant breaking news coverage, field anchoring during wildfires and as the COVID-19 pandemic struck southern Arizona. She played an integral role in the news team's multiple Regional Edward R. Murrow awards.

Priscilla also built a strong relationship with the greater Tucson community, working with various organizations, including the Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Diaper Bank and YMCA. 

Previously she worked at KGUN-TV, the ABC-affiliate in Tucson, as a reporter and fill-in anchor, where she filed in-depth reports on the U.S.-Mexico border and Arizona's growing opioid epidemic. 

Priscilla is a proud graduate of the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

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  • Health Sep 28

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