Erin Fehlau joined the WMUR News Team in September of 2001. She anchors the morning and noon weekday newscasts.
Erin came to WMUR from the Fox affiliate in Portland, Maine, where during the 2000 presidential campaign, she broke the news of George W. Bush's drunken driving arrest. Her story was honored with a number of awards, including a National Clarion Award and Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Journalism.
Before beginning her reporting and anchoring career, Erin worked as a producer at WMTW, the ABC affiliate 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.
Erin grew up in Bedford, Mass., and is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University. When not working, Erin loves to hit the mountains for skiing or hiking.