Alexis Frazier

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Weekend Anchor

Alexis Frazier joined the ABC Columbia news team in December 2016 as a Weekend Anchor/Reporter. Alexis is a proud Floridian, but she is happy to call South Carolina her new home. She graduated from Florida A&M University in the fall of 2013 with a degree in broadcast journalism.

Before calling South Carolina home she was an anchor, reporter, and producer in at another ABC affiliate Lufkin, TX.

Her first job in the industry was in Greenville, MS at WXVT. There she covered the funeral of the late B.B. King and several murder investigations. While at WXVT Alexis wore many hats; she reported throughout the week and was a one-man band during the weekend 10 p.m. newscast. Alexis produced, reported and anchored the weekend newscasts.

While in the Midlands Alexis has covered the Dylann Roof Trial in Charleston.

Alexis has been in the industry for more than two years and enjoys telling stories that are important to her viewers. She looks forward to exploring the Midlands and providing viewers with quality stories.

When she’s not getting you answers, Alexis likes to travel, try new food recipes, spend time with family, read, and listen to Beyonce’.


Clemson extends Brad Brownell’s contract

Head men’s basketball coach Brad Brownell has agreed to a new six-year, $15 million contract through 2024, Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich announced today. The terms of the contract were approved by the Clemson University Board of Trustees Compensation Committee.

Swinney looks ahead to fall football

As the summer fades and fall comes into focus, Dabo Swinney hosted his annual golf outing media day at The Reserve at Lake Keowee Tuesday.

Clemson’s Nimmer wraps weekend at Players Amateur

Playing in his hometown, Clemson rising senior Bryson Nimmer finished in a tie for 16th at The 19th annual Players Amateur, where players compete for an exemption to be entered into the field at South Carolina’s lone PGA Tour event, the RBC Heritage.

Fireflies fall in New Jersey in Lakewood series opener

Scott Manea has been on a rampage to begin the month of July. The catcher doubled again on Saturday and drove in another run in Columbia’s 5-2 loss to Lakewood. Manea is hitting .307 (12-for-39) in 12 July games with eight of his 12 hits being doubles. The Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, native has also knocked in 12 during that stretch.

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