Raelin Storey joined the Sun-Sentinel last February as the first television reporter in company history. She brings the stories you read in our newspaper every day to WB39, NBC 6 in Miami and NewsChannel 5 in West Palm Beach. Raelin's stories also are featured on the Sun-Sentinel-produced WXEL radio news broadcasts.

Raelin comes to the Sun-Sentinel from WFTV in Orlando where she anchored the weekend newscasts, in addition to her duties as an investigative reporter. Prior to that, she spent time in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area, where she worked as a reporter and morning anchor for ABC affiliate KSTP-TV.

Her career in television news began at CNN's Washington Bureau during the first Persian Gulf War. She worked as a production assistant on "The Capital Gang," "Crossfire" and "Larry King Live". She also produced a political talk show for high school students that aired nationally on C-SPAN.

Raelin graduated from Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Virginia with a degree in political science and English. Aside from her passion for reporting the news, Raelin loves the outdoors and enjoys running and spending time with her husband and two cats.