Jacque Harms is the News Director and Midday anchor for NBC Nebraska News 2.
Jacque Harms is an award-winning Associated Press and Nebraska Broadcast Association journalist in North Platte, Nebraska.
She is the current News Director/Midday Anchor/Reporter/Producer for KNOP-TV. She oversees the daily newsroom operations in their new studios in downtown North Platte. She coordinates all on-air news products in addition to the digital and social media platforms. She also coordinates newscast production with her sister station KNEP in Scottsbluff and leads special project collaborations with the other four Gray Television stations in Nebraska.
Television news is all about serving Greater Nebraska viewers and delivering the stories and information that changes lives every day. As News Director, she gets to live in one of the best places in the world, and work with incredible people. She loves her small market television station with the ability to focus on stories that are really important to Nebraska viewers.
Jacque strongly believes in First Amendment rights and serves of the People's Bench Committee for the Nebraska Supreme Court. She was part of the 8-year court research project which culminated in cameras in Nebraska's courtrooms last year.
Jacque strongly believes in community involvement as she serves on numerous charity boards, and just finished the role of "Mother Superior" in the North Platte Community Playhouse Production of "Drinking Habits."
Her career includes jobs at KCAU-TV in Sioux City, Iowa, and KNEN-FM in Norfolk, Nebraska. She graduated from Wayne State College and started her Masters Degree at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
She is a wife and mother. Her husband, Jim, is a recently retired educator. Their daughter, Morgan, is a music teacher with Broken Bow Public Schools. Their son, Alex, is now part of family farming operations in Lincoln County.
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