Alex Corradetti, Reporter
Alex joined the CBS 58 team as a reporter in November of 2021. Alex comes to Milwaukee from Nashville, Tennessee, where she worked diligently at WKRN as a breaking news anchor and reporter. In Nashville, Alex had the opportunity to cover several large breaking news events. This includes devastating deadly flood waters, the Christmas Day bombing and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to being in Music City, she worked as a morning anchor, host and reporter at WCIA in Champaign, IL. Alex also worked for the Chicago Tribune and held an internship with Rockit Ranch Productions. This allowed her to assist in creating segments for Chicago's Windy City Live.
Alex proudly graduated with honors from Illinois State University.
Alex is originally from the Chicago suburbs. Her and her family love to visit Lake Geneva when they can. She is very excited to be back in the Midwest and be so close to family and friends. Alex is passionate about storytelling and public speaking. She believes the most compelling stories are those that resonate with the community. Alex is also a champion of keeping the public well-informed of any trending scams within the area. She is very passionate about social media. In June of 2021, she led her station's company nation-wide with 620K pageviews for her continuing coverage of a Nashville hat store's controversial Instagram post.
In her free time, Alex loves to travel, watch movies, go to sporting events and spend time with her family and dog. Alex is also a pun enthusiast, earning her the nickname 'The Pun Queen'. Alex is always ready for the next story idea and to immerse herself in the Milwaukee community.
Articles by Alex Corradetti
- MFD: Man found frozen on sidewalk near Muskego and Burnham in Milwaukee
- Milwaukee Dancing Grannies make first public appearance since Waukesha parade attack
- Waukesha Community Foundation starts application phase of the United for Waukesha Community Fund
- Reckless driving becomes focus of latest Milwaukee Public Safety & Health Commission meeting
- 9-year-old Mackenzie Hollingsworth faces long road to recovery following Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy
- Waukesha community holds moment of silence for victims of holiday parade
- Milwaukee Archbishop Listecki leads prayer march on one-week-anniversary of Waukesha Christmas parade attack
- Waukesha honors parade victims with blue lights
- Local kids write letters of support to victims of Waukesha holiday parade
- West Allis Mayor: Christmas parade will go on as planned
- Oak Creek Salvation Army provides Thanksgiving meals for those in need
- 2 teens arrested after stealing, crashing car in Glendale
- A look at the media’s perspective covering the Rittenhouse case
- Reckless driving deterrence campaign approved in West Allis
- Waukesha officers honored for saving man in cardiac arrest