Alex Arger

Alex Arger

Alex Arger

Digital Producer

Alex is a digital content producer for Scripps News. Her work covers everything from deep dives into lawsuits and crime stories to the latest trending topics in entertainment and business. Prior to joining the company in 2019, she spent three years reporting and producing for digital and on-air at an NBC-affiliate TV station in Columbia, Missouri, where she received her bachelor’s degree in journalism. Alex is a St. Louis native but now resides in Los Angeles. In her free time, you can find her at a concert or local flea market, but otherwise, you can reach her at

Recent Work
An iPhone is shown in SOS mode.

What is Apple's SOS mode, and why were our phones stuck in it?

A person puts a gun in a safe.

Gun safes recalled for lock issue that allowed a 6-year-old access

Crime scene tape sections off an area

Foul play suspected after woman found dead at University of Georgia

Cash and a Visa card are shown in a wallet.

What is money dysmorphia? How this financial feeling hurts your wallet

Plane passengers try to restrain an unruly man.

Video shows man tackled, duct-taped after trying to open plane door

A person uses the Tinder app.

Tinder, Hinge, other dating apps turn users into 'addicts,' suit says

A photo of Jonathan "Johnny" Roop is shown.

Virginia Tech student still missing after vanishing on way to an exam

A memorial stands in KAnsas City.

2 adults charged with murder in Kansas City parade shooting

Vitamins are displayed in a pharmacy.

Excess amounts of this B vitamin linked to higher heart disease risk

A cougar is shown.

Cougar attacks 5 cyclists in Washington, injuring 60-year-old woman

Michael J. Fox, right, and Tracy Pollan are pictured.

Michael J. Fox leaves wheelchair in surprise appearance at BAFTAs

Mega Millions lottery tickets are shown.

$36 million Mega Millions prize still unclaimed 6 months later

Police lights are shown.

Missing deputy's body found hours after car recovered with body inside

President Biden in East Palestine, Ohio.

Biden visits East Palestine for first time since 2023 train derailment

"Peanuts" characters Charlie Brown, left, and Franklin are shown.

First Black character in 'Peanuts' comic strip gets his own special

Amazon's Prime Video streaming app is shown.

Amazon sued for deceiving subscribers with ads on Prime Video

Iowa guard Caitlin Clark warms up for the team's NCAA college basketball game

Caitlin Clark claims NCAA women's basketball scoring title

Detroit Pistons center Isaiah Stewart drives on Washington Wizards forward Kyle Kuzma.

Pistons' Isaiah Stewart arrested for assault after hitting Suns player

"Barney & Friends" characters are shown.

Barney shares first public message in 14 years. Here's what he said

An illustration showing "The Fantastic Four"

Marvel reveals cast for highly anticipated 'Fantastic Four' reboot

Russell Simmons is pictured.

Russell Simmons sued for alleged rape of ex-Def Jam executive

Dolly Parton, left, and Elle King, right, are pictured.

Dolly Parton speaks out on Elle King's drunken birthday tribute to her

The Temu app is shown.

Is Temu safe? Lawsuit claims app hacks 'literally everything'

Uber drivers rally for higher wages.

Check your Valentine's Day plans: Uber, Lyft drivers plan wide strike

President Biden speaks at a podium.

Biden campaign pokes fun at conspiracy theory in first TikTok video

Snoop Dogg is pictured.

Snoop Dogg sues Walmart for 'diabolical' sabotage of his cereal brand

The Los Angeles skyline is shown.

Magnitude 4.6 earthquake rattles much of Southern California

A young girl takes a pill.

Is melatonin safe for kids? Day care head jailed for administering it

Gina Carano attends the Los Angeles premiere of "The Mandalorian."

Ex-'Mandalorian' actor sues Disney over firing with Elon Musk's help

Cans of Coca-Cola Spiced are shown.

Coca-Cola announces its first new permanent flavor in 3 years