Mary Roberts

Anchor/Reporter

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mary.roberts@nbcneb.com

Mary Roberts joined the NBC Nebraska news team in North Platte in January 2016 as a Video Journalist. Mary is now the 6/10 p.m. anchor for NBC Nebraska Scottsbluff.

Mary Roberts loves meeting people and has a heart for storytelling.

Mary is a native of Columbus, Ohio, and a graduate of Marietta College in southeast Ohio. While interning with WBNS-10TV in Columbus, she investigated more than 200 pages of court documents regarding a high-profile case that received national attention. During her college years, she covered politician Paul Ryan's visit to campus.

Mary is adventurous and enjoys exploring new places. She returns to the States after spending a year in Colombia as a volunteer English teacher. She has also traveled in Peru, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Belize. Baking and running are two of her favorite hobbies.

Mary is a social (media) butterfly...connect with her on Facebook and Twitter. Feel free to share your story ideas with her!


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