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Chief Investigative Multimedia Journalist – Chorus Nylander

Chorus Nylander

Chorus Nylander joined News 4 Tucson as the Chief Investigative Multimedia Journalist in November 2020. He is no stranger to the Desert Southwest and has years of experience covering immigration and border issues, as well as, politics in Arizona. He has interviewed some of Arizona's most prominent politicians, such as the late Senator John McCain, former Senator Jeff Flake and Governor Doug Ducey.

Chorus was born in La Habra, California near L.A. but spent his teenage years in Florida. He knew from the time he was in kindergarten, watching the Today Show on NBC regularly with his grandmother, he needed to be a journalist. That was a passion that came to fruition when Chorus moved back to California for college. He attended Palomar College, near San Diego, and was part of its award winning journalism program. 

That education opened the door for Chorus to land his first professional news job at the CBS affiliate KSWT in Yuma. Chorus was quickly promoted as the station's main anchor and producer. From there, he went on to be a reporter/anchor at KTSM the NBC affiliate in El Paso, Texas, and then a return to Florida as the investigative reporter for WEAR-TV the ABC affiliate in Pensacola. 

As an investigative reporter, Chorus has held the powerful accountable. His reporting has led to government leaders resigning and even people getting put behind bars after their crimes coming to light.

Chorus is an experienced investigator but has won awards for his storytelling. He was named Florida's top Feature (light) Reporter of 2019 by the Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists. 

In his spare time, Chorus likes taking road trips off the beaten path to hidden gems across the country with his wife Rebekah and puppy Sport. He also likes playing the saxophone, his other passion.

Chorus is committed to Investigating 4 You and is always open to tips and story ideas.

If you have story ideas, reach Chorus at or

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