Duncan Goldberg

Weekend Sports Anchor & Weekday Sports Reporter

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Weekdays: 6 P.M., 10 P.M. & 11 P.M.; Weekends: 6 P.M. & 11 P.M.



Duncan Goldberg joined WTAP in June, 2018 as the Weekend Sports Anchor and Weekday Sports Reporter.

Duncan Goldberg joined WTAP in June, 2018 as the Weekend Sports Anchor and Weekday Sports Reporter.

Duncan grew up in the suburbs of St. Paul, Minnesota graduating from Mahtomedi High School in 2014. While in Minnesota, Duncan was an avid sports fan, rooting for all Minnesota sports along with being a fan of the Georgia Bulldogs football team.

After graduating from Mahtomedi High School, Duncan knew he wanted to continue with sports, and knew his best path was through sports journalism.

That is what led Ducan to Ohio University, where he had the time of his life, studying journalism and meeting many of his lifelong friends.

While at OU, Duncan was very involved with multiple extracurricular journalism programs, but his favorite was the Emmy award winning Gridiron Glory.

While being a part of Gridiron Glory, Duncan knew for certain that sports journalism was the path for him.

Duncan is very excited to bring you coverage of local sports events across the Mid-Ohio Valley!

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Four people were found shot to death execution-style in the basement of a Southwest Philadelphia home on Monday.

Police officer, 2 staffers killed in shooting at Mercy Hospital in Chicago

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One killed, four injured in downtown Denver shooting

"Downtown is a very populated area, and so to have multiple gunshots fired in an area like this is concerning."

Family sues after girl is electrocuted by touching resort's handrail, leaving her severely brain-damaged

The handrail had 120 volts of electricity going through it, more than 10 times the amount needed to power its lights, according to the complaint.