Jordyn Elston

Jordyn Elston


Auburn, AL

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.

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  • SEJC - Best News Anchor 2016
  • SEJC- Best Hard News Reporter 2017


  • Troy University- B.S. Broadcast Journalism M.S. Strategic Communication

Recent Articles by Jordyn

Macon County Schools prepared for alternate education methods

Experts say watch out for common touch points to avoid COVID-19 spread

Curfew being considered in Lee County due to COVID-19 outbreak

Macon County now offering coronavirus testing

COVD-19 leads to visitor restrictions at EAMC

FDA urging people to donate blood as coronavirus fears intensify

Proposed quarry causing concerns in Opelika

Meet Auburn’s new police chief Cedric Anderson

Survey finds Ala. drivers more likely to speed through yellow light

ALEA urging drivers to obey Move Over law

Auburn leaders trying to put a hold on student housing expansion

911 texting now available in Auburn

Search continues for missing Tallapoosa County woman

Auburn fans prepare for Outback Bowl

Auburn University starts collaborative effort to fight opioid abuse

Auburn mayor looks to halt student housing developments

Search efforts continue for Aniah Blanchard

Dozens gather for Aniah Blanchard vigil

Opelika working on mobile health clinic

Opelika mayor working to increase law enforcement pay

Drought impacting Lake Martin

Though annoying, love bugs serve helpful role

Ala. farmers losing money due to drought

Opelika High pre-game prayer changes causing controversy

Auburn University rolls out safety app with virtual buddy system

Father’s lost watch returned to son 12 years later

Angel wings honor March 3 storm victims at Lee County school

Lee County offers free self defense classes for women

Youth coalition to help stop drug abuse in Macon County

New development coming to Auburn