Jordyn Elston

Jordyn Elston is a general assignment reporter for WSFA 12 News and is based in Auburn. She is a Birmingham native, but moved to Troy to pursue a degree in broadcast journalism at Troy University. While at Troy, she served as the student news director for Troy TrojanVision - the student-run newscast, and as the public relations chair for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Jordyn was awarded the Southeastern Journalism Conference Best Hard News Reporter award in 2017 and the Best Television Anchor award in 2016. She graduated summa cum laude with her bachelors degree in broadcast journalism from Troy University in May 2017. She earned her masters degree in strategic communication from Troy in May 2018. In her spare time Jordyn likes to watch HGTV, drink sweet tea, and spend time with her family and friends. If you have any story ideas email her at jelston@wsfa.com. You can also follow her Twitter and Instagram @jordynwsfa or on Facebook.

Recent Articles by Jordyn

  Storm survivors waiting for assistance in Lee County

Clean up efforts still underway in Lee County

EMA officials opening new recovery centers in Lee County

  FEMA urges survivors to register for assistance

Prayer walk held to raise awareness for gun violence

  Group partners with AU to give free tax preparation services

Auburn researches olive oil in quest to prevent Alzheimer’s

Auburn student overcomes rare eye condition, makes music

  Second affordable housing subdivision coming to Auburn

  Timing, size of Auburn parking deck depends on local developers

  Applications now available for the City of Auburn’s 2019 Citizens’ Public Safety Academy

Opelika mayor tackles crime in the city

  City council endorses roundabout in Auburn

Opelika SportsPlex celebrates 10th anniversary

Construction underway on S. College Street in Auburn

New application process for boards, commissions

  Auburn City Schools receives one of highest report card grades in state

  Opelika schools receive good marks from state

Local animal shelters full, need community’s help

Auburn mayor lays out 2019 goals