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
A Starbucks Coffee sign is shown on a building.

Police: Man's hidden camera in Starbucks bathroom recorded 91 victims

Sean "Diddy" Combs is pictured.

Federal agents have raided Sean 'Diddy' Combs' homes: reports

A doctor works on a computer

Doctors are less likely to respond to Black patients, study finds

A step in the IVF process is shown.

Members of House GOP protest 'morally dubious' IVF access for veterans

A sold sign appears in front of a home.

Renting will be cheaper than buying a home for years, report finds

A pediatric patient's foot is shown.

$4.25 million gene therapy for kids becomes world's priciest drug

Savannah Kriger and her son are pictured.

Missing mom, 3-year-old son found dead in ditch amid custody battle

Richard Simmons is shown.

Richard Simmons reveals skin cancer diagnosis after post about death

The Trader Joe's mini canvas tote bag is shown.

Here's when Trader Joe's will restock its viral mini tote bags

A vial of blood and a can of beans are shown next to Shein packages.

Shein customer finds vial of human blood in package from FedEx

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is shown.

NYC Mayor Eric Adams sued for alleged sexual assault of ex-colleague

Dr. Dre answers questions during a news conference.

Dr. Dre says he had 3 strokes while hospitalized for brain aneurysm

A horned sheep is shown.

Rancher, 80, pleads guilty in scheme to create 'giant sheep hybrids'

A SWAT team is shown.

16 SWAT team members hospitalized after explosion during training

A wrecked plane is shown.

Parents, 2-year-old daughter escape plane crash using parachute

Aaron Donald is pictured.

Aaron Donald, 3-time Defensive Player of the Year, retiring from NFL

A python is shown.

Snake or steak? Study says pythons could could save the meat industry

A driver and a backseat passenger are shown.

Rideshare driver charged with launching antisemitic attack on rider

A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer is shown.

ICE agents will now wear body cameras in these 5 cities

Reyna Hernandez is pictured.

Missing Washington state woman found dead in a Mexico cemetery

Nex Benedict is pictured.

Nonbinary Oklahoma teen involved in high school fight died by suicide

Logos for Netflix, Hulu, ESPN and Roku are shown on a remote control.

Roku data breach compromises 15,363 accounts. Here's what to know

Scott Peterson is shown in court.

Scott Peterson back in court to fight murder conviction 20 years later

A soft cheese is shown.

Say bye to brie: Some of your favorite cheeses may soon be extinct

A dog reunites with its owner.

Dog missing for 10 years reunites with family who 'never lost hope'

A bubonic plague warning sign is displayed at a parking lot.

New Mexico man dies after contracting rare case of bubonic plague

Lab staff prepare small petri dishes holding embryos.

VA expands IVF access to single veterans, same-sex couples

Oscars statue cutouts rest on a table.

From soda to vacations, here's what's in the $178,000 Oscars gift bag

Sgt. Korbein Schultz is pictured.

US soldier wanting to be 'Jason Bourne' sold military secrets to China

United Healthcare websites are shown.

UnitedHealth sets dates to restore hacked systems as fallout continues