About Alex

Alex Rozier is an Emmy and National Murrow Award-winning journalist for KING 5 News in Seattle, Washington. Prior to joining KING 5, he served as weekend anchor and reporter for KHQ Local News in Spokane, Washington. Before his move to Washington Alex started his career for KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri. He joined KOMU in 2007 and worked as a dayside, live, and feature reporter, as well as weekend anchor.

In 2016 Alex won an Emmy award for his reporting and in 2013 he won a National Edward R. Murrow Award for a feature piece. He is a four-time regional Edward R. Murrow award winning reporter and a 2010 grand prize winner of Project: Report, the worldwide contest for journalists underwritten by YouTube and the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting.

Alex is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of “The Culture That Crawls” International Documentary. He organized travel, set-up interviews, and coordinated and developed all the content for the web. He reported, produced, and anchored the series shot in Suchitepequez, Guatemala. He also reported, narrated and produced “The Climb For Closure” that aired in the fall of 2013.

Alex has also worked as an anchor for Newsy.com, a multisource video platform for the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, and other handheld mobile devices. He has worked with KMOX, the CBS radio affiliate in St. Louis, Missouri and Fox Sports Net in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rozier is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), and in January of 2010 was selected to attend a journalism convention at Arizona State University on its behalf. He is a native of Northern Minnesota and a proud graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism.