Alexandra Limon joined our Washington, DC, newsroom in August, 2017. She covers our state Congressional delegation and the federal government stories that affect us here at home.

Alex began covering local news in Washington, DC, in 2014. Before DC, she worked as a news reporter all around the west, reporting in both English and Spanish, at TV stations in Reno, Fresno, Seattle, and Los Angeles. She reported for the Telemundo network from the US-Mexico border in Arizona on issues like immigration and drug trafficking.

Alex grew up in sunny southern California and graduated from California State University, Fullerton, with a degree in Communications. Alex and her husband are the proud parents of a son named Lincoln, who was born in DC. They love spending their spare time hiking, swimming, traveling, and eating food from around the world, as well as spending time with their dog Cooper and cats Sam and Midori.


Recent Articles
  • Lawmakers race to pass federal online privacy bill

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — Lawmakers are racing against the clock to pass a federal online privacy bill that would prevent a patchwork of state laws, like one recently passed in California. Washington Sen. Maria Cantwell is one of those working to draft a national bill. “Deeply— sometimes personal — information is shared and that information can be used to be targeted or to exclude consumers,” Cantwell said. Republican lawmakers and companies like Walmart that do business onilne also want a federal […]

  • White House: ‘The president has done nothing wrong’

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — The first public impeachment hearing revealed a new major piece of information about a call between Gordon Sondland and President Trump discussing Ukraine and investigations into the Bidens. White House officials are brushing off the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry held on Wednesday. “The president wasn’t watching, he was working, he has a job to do as president,” said White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley. However, Democrats like Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said he […]

  • HHS plans to revoke LGBTQ adoption rules

    WASHINGTON (Nexstar) — The Trump Administration has proposed a rule change that would remove protections for LGBTQ families who want to adopt or provide other services to children. The change would mean religious affiliated organizations could continue to receive federal money even if the organizations refuse to work with LGBTQ families. An Obama Administration rule withheld federal grants from adoption agencies that refused to place children with gay, lesbian and transgender people. Some religious organizations, like the Alliance Defending Freedom, […]

  • Dreamers case set to go to the Supreme Court

    WASHINGTON D.C. (NEXSTAR) — The Trump Administration ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in 2017. DACA gives work and school permits to young, undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children. Antonion Alarcon was raised by his grandparents in Mexico until 2005, when, at the age of 10, he was reunited with his parents in the US. “I was undocumented at the time, my parents were undocumented,” said Alarcon. Then, in 2012 his parents returned to Mexico […]

  • SCOTUS struggles with Trump arguments over DACA

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — The Trump administration decided to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. DACA gives work and school permits to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children and protects them from deportation. Hundreds gathered outside of the U.S. Supreme Court and cheered for the group of young people who sued to stop the Trump administration from ending DACA. One of the plaintiffs — Eliana Fernandez — is a DACA recipient and mother of children who […]

  • About CW39 Houston

    KIAH-TV is a CW affiliate that has been broadcasting in Houston for over 50 years! The station signed on as an independent (Ch 39) in 1967 under the call letters KHTV and was initially best known for its presentation of Houston Wrestling with Paul Boesch. A charter affiliate of the WB Network, the station call letters were changed to KHWB in September of 1999 and “WB39 News at 9” debuted in the fall of 2000. After the dissolution of the WB Network […]

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