Originally from the south, Hailey Winslow moved to LA from Australia for post-production of "Outback & Under," a 12-episode adventure travel show she hosted and produced. The series follows Hailey and her Golden doodle, Sadie, on the adventure of a lifetime Down Under, wrangling and rescuing crocodiles, and scuba diving cage-less with sharks and venomous snakes and jumping into every extreme sport from the Great Barrier Reef to the Outback. Hailey spent eight years as an award-winning reporter in North Carolina and Florida. She single-handedly shot, wrote, edited, produced and reported two documentaries. Winslow got hooked on reporting in middle school, when her older sister, Megan, started a news program and assigned her to “Georgia Journeys.” Winslow received her Broadcast Journalism degree and Spanish minor from the University of Central Florida.
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The National Football League pays tribute to rapper and community activist, Nipsey Hussle, who was shot and killed in March at his Marathon Clothing store in South L.A.
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