Cinnamon Cornell

Cinnamon Cornell

Weekend Anchor

Cinnamon Cornell joined the KPLC 7News team in September 2019 as the Weekend Anchor/Reporter. She started her multimedia journalism career in 2017 as a reporter at the ABC affiliate in Tyler, Texas. Cinnamon is from the Houston area and is a proud Texan, but she is excited to now call Southwest Louisiana her new home.

Cinnamon graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Journalism and a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations. During her time at UT, she worked as the Assistant News Director for Texas Student Television, the only student-run, FCC-licensed, digitally broadcasting college television station in the country.

During her collegiate career, Cinnamon worked as a News Fellow at CBS News in New York and interned at KXAN News, the NBC affiliate, in Austin, Texas. In both positions she gained experience in the field and behind the scenes.

Cinnamon has a passion for international affairs and loves to travel. Before graduating, she studied abroad in Cape Town, South Africa, as an Urban Economic Development Fellow. During her time in South Africa, she interned with a local non-profit, Cape Flats Development Association, as their marketing intern.

The following year she interned abroad in Shanghai, China, as the editorial intern for That's Shanghai magazine. She contributed to the magazine's online and print edition. She wrote news and feature articles about events occurring throughout Mainland China.

In her free time, Cinnamon enjoys reading, taking dance classes, spending time with her loved ones, and of course keeping up with the latest news.


Recent Articles by Cinnamon

East Texas gas prices remain low despite an increase in national gas prices

  Texas Governor Greg Abbott calls for anti-gang task force in Tyler

  NET RMA addresses 3-vehicle collision on Toll 49

  Pink for Paisley: Lindale shows support for elementary student with Type 1 diabetes

Group knits tiny hats for newborns to raise congenital heart disease awareness

  Donated fire hoses help the well-being of animals at Caldwell Zoo

  East Texans to wear maroon on Monday to show support to Athens ISD

  East Texas woman gives birth to twins on separate days

  City of Tyler honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  Gladewater community celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  TK Gorman students to attend March for Life rally

  Netflix series might have sparked increase in donations at thrift stores

  Tyler Police hold community meeting about recent auto burglaries

  Local food banks could be impacted by government shutdown

  East Texas tax preparers speak on tax refunds

  Lindale Police Department speaks on auto-pedestrian crash involving officer

  Tyler couple welcomes first baby born in 2019

  Smith County DA Matt Bingham reflects on nearly two decades as district attorney

  Tyler residents gather to celebrate Kwanzaa

  Hiway 80 Rescue Mission Tyler holds Christmas party for families in need

  Community remembers well-known East Texas business owner Tony Cruz

  Nonprofit holds holiday celebration for foster children and adoptive families

1 person dies in Bullard auto-pedestrian crash

  Tyler police make arrest one block from homicide scene

  New skate park coming to Tyler

  Family honored by Bush’s Point of Light Foundation

  East Texan speaks about honor of receiving Daily Point of Light Award

  Family of Bullard murder victim speaks out

  Former employee mourns the passing of Former President George H.W. Bush

  First night of Hanukkah celebrated with Tree of Life Synagogue victims in mind

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