Erin Fehlau

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Erin Fehlau (born 1973 in Massachusetts) is the weekday morning news anchor for WMUR in Manchester, New Hampshire. Fehlau also hosts NH Chronicle alongside WMUR's Sean McDonald.[1][2]

At WMUR, Fehlau serves as the main anchor for the morning news and has been covered stories including the 2012 Super Bowl In an earlier job at WPXT in Portland, Maine, Fehlau broke the news about George W Bush drunk driving arrests. Her story was honored with numerous awards, which include the Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Journalism and the National Clarion Award.

Before starting her career as a newscaster, Erin previously worked as a producer at WMTW, in Portland, Maine, and at WB56 in Boston. In 1997, while producing "The Ten o'Clock News" at WB56, Erin won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Newscast Producer.

During Fehlau's college career, she went to Syracuse University, where she was the news anchor for SunUp, a weekly morning news program airing on the college television station, UUTV.

Erin is married and has two sons and one daughter and enjoys skiing during the cold winter months and visiting the beach during the summer. [3]

Social Media:

Twitter: @ErinWMUR

Facebook: @ErinFehlauWMUR


  1. ^ "Wmur". WMUR. Retrieved 2017-03-15. 
  2. ^ Fehlau, Erin (2017-03-15). "". LinkedIn. 
  3. ^ "25 things you may not know about Erin Fehlau". WMUR. 2013-01-25. Retrieved 2017-03-15. 

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