Alana Brophy


Alana Brophy
Alana Brophy
Alana Brophy anchors "KBOI 2news This Morning" and loves waking up with Treasure Valley! You can also catch Alana answering your consumer concerns with her Problem Solvers Reports. As a Problem Solver, Alana is not afraid to ask the tough questions and get to the bottom of an issue. If you have a consumer concern you would like Alana to investigate, you can email her here.

Alana joined KBOI 2News in August of 2009 as a reporter and weekend weather forecaster. She also "anchored KBOI 2news at 9" before moving to the morning show. Alana's career in Idaho has earned her a number of journalism awards from the Idaho Press Club, as well as the "best feature news story" from the Idaho State Broadcasters Association.

Alana's passion for journalism flourished during her time at Gonzaga University, where she earned her bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Alana comes to the Gem State after two years of anchoring, reporting and forecasting in St. George, Utah. While in the desert, Alana covered stories from the local polygamist reaction to the El Dorado raid to the opening of the Donnie and Marie Osmond Show in Las Vegas.

She also headed up the crime series, "The Tri-State Crime Stoppers," which helped apprehend numerous fugitives within the community, and earned her a Community Partnership Award from the Washington City Police.

Alana's family is originally from Staten Island, New York. They now live in Bountiful, Utah. She has an awesome older brother who can always be counted on to bring home the gold from Special Olympics, and a fabulous and supportive older sister.

In her free time, Alana enjoys spending time with her nephew and niece, Evan and Aislynn, volunteering in the community and like any other now Idahoan---biking and walking on the greenbelt!

Recent stories by Alana Brophy

Problem Solvers Trans fat still on store shelves Trans fat still on store shelves(Video)
The Food and Drug Administration has taken steps to essentially ban it, saying partially hydrogenated oils - the main source of trans fat - are no longer generally recognized as safe.

The KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Consumer Reports to find out how trans fat is still making it onto store shelves.
Problem Solvers Light bulb changes for 2014 Light bulb changes for 2014(Video)
KBOI Problem Solvers team up with Angie's List to break down the new changes in light bulbs since manufacturers started phasing out 100-watt incandescent bulbs, followed by 75-watt bulbs in in 2013 and 40 and 60-watt bulbs in 2014.
Problem Solvers Consumer Report: Unsafe Strollers
"He was just the greatest baby, he really was. I mean, I know everyone says that about their own children, but he was smart and he was funny, and he was the best thing that ever happened to me," Laura Guardino said of her son.