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 alex.arger@scripps.com.

Recent Work
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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

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

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

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Sgt. Korbein Schultz is pictured.

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United Healthcare websites are shown.

UnitedHealth sets dates to restore hacked systems as fallout continues

Scott Peterson is pictured.

Convicted murderer Scott Peterson granted new hearing

Caleb Harris is shown.

Police search for clues in 21-year-old college student's disappearance

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A student takes a standardized test.

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Colin Allred is pictured.

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A person is seen near a Delta Air Lines plane.

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USPS trucks are shown.

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Two Dartmouth players appear on the court.

Dartmouth men's basketball team votes to unionize in historic move

A person uses Apple Pay.

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Pages from the United Healthcare website are shown.

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Jason Kelce speaks at a press conference.

Jason Kelce announces official retirement after 13-year Eagles career

An EKEN doorbell is shown.

Certain doorbell cameras allow outsiders complete access, report says

A busy office is shown.

Do 4-day workweeks work? Companies share their impact 1 year later

Beyoncé is pictured next to an image from "Franklin."

Is Beyoncé's 'Texas Hold 'Em' copying the 'Franklin' theme song?

A car hangs on the side of a cliff.

Man rescued 2 days after his car rolled 400 feet down California cliff

Merriam-Webster's website is shown.

Is a preposition something you can end a sentence with?

Iowa guard Caitlin Clark is shown.

Caitlin Clark announces she's entering 2024 WNBA Draft, leaving Iowa

Friends sit on a ledge viewing the sunset.

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