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Maiya Turner

City Editor, DALtoday

Since relocating to Dallas, Maiya has ignited the city with her passion for storytelling. Formerly a hard news Content Creator at KCEN-6 News in Temple, TX, she worked as a Digital Content Producer/Reporter at Nexstar’s KDAF-CW33 before moving her talents to 6AM City. A devoted vinyl collector, Maiya’s love for music adds another dimension to her vibrant persona.

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