Michelle Schoening

Michelle Schoening joined KTIV as a multimedia journalist in December 2015 and made the move to morning anchor/reporter in July 2016.

Michelle grew up in Glenwood, Iowa and went to a small high school in Tabor, Iowa graduating with just 25 students. She is a proud alumna of Iowa State University graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and International Studies. Go Cyclones!! While at Iowa State, Michelle was the general manager for the college news station, worked for Cyclones TV and interned at WOWT-TV in Omaha, Nebraska.

As a kid, Michelle would stand in front of the TV reiterating the latest weather update to her dad, showing him exactly where the storm was moving and if we would get any rain. As she progressed through high school, she discovered science wasn’t for her passion but found a love in writing.

Outside of work, Michelle enjoys spending time with friends and family; especially her fiancé Dillon and her two dogs Rosco and Remi. She loves football and you can always find her watching the Cyclones or the Denver Broncos. She also loves to travel and try new things!

She’s excited to be a part of the KTIV family and is humbled by the kindness of the viewers. She is passionate to find the small-town stories and showcase what those communities can accomplish. If you have a story idea, shoot it her way at mschoening@ktiv.com.

LIKE Michelle on Facebook. 

KTIV Staff

KTIV Staff

Top Stories

Sioux City
Storm Lake
More warmth moves in Thursday

More warmth moves in Thursday

We'll see highs go into the mid to upper 60s tomorrow with some late day clouds moving in.

Click for forecast details...
Connect With KTIV
Top Stories

WATCH LIVE: Kim Reynolds and Fred Hubbell debate at Eppley Auditorium in Sioux City

The debate will take place tonight at 7 p.m. at Eppley Auditorium on the campus of Morningside College. 

DECISION 2018: Candidate Gary Siegwarth speaks on his vision for Iowa

Gary Siegwarth has been with the Department of Natural Resources Biologist for more than 25 years and formed the Clear

DECISION 2018: Porter highlights need for state agency review, criminal justice reform in campaign for governor

Libertarian Party candidate for Iowa Governor Jake Porter says he wants to take the skills he has have learned, and

Morningside students focus on community engagement

"The Col. Bud Day Center does so many things on campus. We basically work to increase civic and political engagement

Salmonella in raw chicken makes 92 people sick, CDC says

The CDC says 21 people are sick enough to be hospitalized, although no one has died.

Scroll to top
Skip to content