Lindsay Bramson is an award-winning investigative reporter who has been chasing stories all over the country for nearly 15 years.
Lindsay focuses primarily on consumer issues and is always looking for ways to save you money and keep you and your family safe. She is passionate about helping people and fixing consumer problems for Tennesseans.
She's been nominated for several Emmy's and has won multiple Tennessee AP awards including "Best TV Reporter" in 2018.
Lindsay joined the News4 I-Team in June 2016 after spending more than 2 years at KXAN in Austin, Texas.
During her time in Austin, Lindsay covered a wide range of stories, including tracking down a woman in another state who was defrauding people using the website GoFundMe.com. Lindsay found her when police couldn’t. The investigation earned her an Emmy nomination back in 2015.
Prior to KXAN, Lindsay worked at KMOV in St. Louis where she focused on covering crime trends in St. Louis County neighborhoods.
While in St. Louis, Lindsay made appearances on national news networks including the CBS Evening News for her reporting on severe flooding that left hundreds without homes.
Prior to working in St. Louis, Lindsay spent two years in Mobile, AL, where she covered the biggest oil spill in U.S history. However, her reporting career began in Sarasota, FL, at WWSB-TV shortly after graduating from college.
Originally from outside Washington, DC, Lindsay is a proud graduate of Virginia Tech where she earned her degree in journalism. Go Hokies!
During her college years, Lindsay interned at Dateline NBC in New York City, working closely with journalists like Katie Couric, Hoda Kotb and Stone Phillips.
Lindsay loves to explore Nashville’s coffee and food scene and is always trying new restaurants!
In her spare time you can find Lindsay enjoying time with her family spending as much time outdoors as possible. She also enjoys working out, traveling and cheering on her Virginia Tech Hokies!
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