Geordan Tilley is from Albuquerque, New Mexico and believes home is where the green chile is. She studied journalism and political science at Northwestern University outside of Chicago. She graduated in 2018.

Geordan has explored video storytelling in Albuquerque, Chicago and Washington D.C., but the highlight was her time as a runner with NBC Sports in PyeongChang during the 2018 Olympics. She was able to work on shows with two broadcasting greats, Rebecca Lowe and Mike Tirico. She fell in love with long-form reporting in Los Angeles as an intern for NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt.

Geordan loves covering anything that impacts the people of Houston, with an emphasis on legal or political issues.

You can reach Geordan at or connect with her on social media.

Recent Articles
  • 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 […]

  • Local gamers unite for fundraising marathon benefiting Texas Children’s Hospital

    Play games, heal kids: that’s the motto for the Extra Life Gaming Marathon. It’s a 24-hour gaming event to raise money for charity. People around the country will put up livestreams as a way to bring in donations for the Children’s Miracle Network. CW39 Houston director Scotty Thornton has participated for the last four years. “When I first heard about it, I just thought it was a great idea to do something I love, video games, and do something helpful,” […]

  • Wild Stallion Vineyards bringing Houston wine lovers an award-winning taste of Texas

    Boots, barbecue and big belt buckles will forever be iconic emblems of the Lone Star State, but would you believe nowadays few things are more Texan than a glass of wine? Morning Dose meteorologist Maria Sotolongo takes a short trip to the award-winning Wild Stallion Vineyards in Spring, Texas, to talk with husband and wife Larry and Karen Cress about owning a vineyard in the tough Texas terrain. Despite its undeniable success in agriculture; it wasn’t too long ago, many […]

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