Louisa Moller is a general assignment and investigative reporter for Fox Connecticut. Her great love is to tell stories that can help real people by informing them of issues impacting their families, safety, and their wallets.

In the past two years, Louisa has had many opportunities to do just that. She provided continuing coverage of both the tragic Sandy Hook shooting and the Boston Marathon Bombings. Louisa reported live, nightly, with hard facts and deep compassion.

She also dug deeper into some of Connecticut’s and the nation’s most publicized stories. She uncovered an interesting exception in the State’s controversial gun law allowing for the purchase, sale, and transfer of assault weapons. And, she revealed that Connecticut’s health insurance exchange through the Affordable Care Act was flawed throughout its first month. Louisa also used her connections with many of Connecticut’s veterans to expose structural issues in the State and Federal Departments of Veterans Affairs.

Louisa started her television career in 2009 as a full-time “one man band”, shooting, writing, and editing stories for WTHI the CBS affiliate in Terre Haute, Indiana. It was there where she first gained an appreciation for quality and creative video. In 2011, Louisa traveled to the Green Mountain State, where she worked as a general assignment reporter at WFFF Fox 44 in Burlington, Vermont. In Vermont, she got her first taste of investigative reporting by uncovering allegations of fraud and abuse in a Federal Job Corps program.

Out of the office, Louisa continues to enjoy being involved in her community. She has MC-ed several events in Connecticut for victim’s services, medical research, and veterans. When she’s not doing that, you can find her spending a lot of time with her family, enjoying the outdoors, and singing.


Recent Articles
  • New Haven investigates a half dozen overnight fires, many at student housing

    NEW HAVEN – The New Haven Fire Marshals office is investigating six overnight fires, three of which happened at buildings standing right next to each other on Crown Street. The fire marshal calls those blazes suspicious. “They were all exterior, all similar in nature, and they all were not extended into the actual interior of the building,” Fire Marshal Robert Doyle said. The three buildings included Yale graduate housing, a swim team house and a Yale fraternity. In all, 20 people […]

  • Advocates: Violent videos should prompt reform of CT juvenile facilities

    FARMINGTON – Human rights advocates and mental health professionals are calling for the reform of Connecticut’s two juvenile correctional facilities after viewing videos of children unlawfully restrained and isolated inside. “You’re basically asking for an explosion,” Professor of Psychiatry at UConn Health Dr. Julian Ford said. On Tuesday, the Office of the Child Advocate released the videos from inside the Connecticut Juvenile Training School and Pueblo Unit, run by the Department of Children and Families. They are an addendum to an […]

  • Videos show illegal use of restraints, seclusion in CT youth facilities

    Warning: Some may find the video disturbing. HARTFORD -– The Office of the Child Advocate released videos Tuesday, showing the illegal use of restraints and seclusion on youths being held at Connecticut’s two juvenile correctional facilities. The videos are an addendum to an 18-month investigation by the Office of the Child Advocate that found that the facilities, which include the Connecticut Juvenile Training School and Pueblo Unit, run by the Department of Children and Families had, “inadequate suicide prevention, lack […]

  • Connecticut advocates call for more than 10k Syrian refugees

    WASHINGTON — Sen. Chris Murphy and Connecticut resettlement advocates are calling on President Obama to admit more than 10,000 Syrian refuges. “People are dying over there. People are starving. Little kids are being left for dead on the beaches of Europe. The United States can’t just stand back in do nothing,” Murphy said on Friday. “So, we need to allocate some more money for this refugee program because it’s the right thing to do.” Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services, or […]

  • Police, paramedics deliver baby on the side of I-95 in Norwalk

    NORWALK — A Stamford family welcomed into the world a baby boy Thursday morning. The catch? Th little bundle of joy was born on the side of the highway with the help of police and paramedics. Ryan Vilfranche arrived in this world during the morning rush hour at 8 a.m., and he picked one of the busiest sections of highway in the state, near exit 16 on I-95 south in Norwalk. His father, Ricardo Vilfranche, called 911 when he was no […]

  • Cromwell head football coach to serve one-week suspension after hazing incident

    CROMWELL — The superintendent of Cromwell schools announced the head football coach will serve a week-long suspension after an alleged hazing incident. Paula M. Talty, superintendent of Cromwell Public Schools, announced Cromwell High School head football coach Chris Eckert would be suspended for one week starting Tuesday. The alleged incident hazing incident came to light last week. A high schooler was charged with breach of peace and hazing on Thursday. Police said the 16-year-old, who was not identified because of his […]

  • Tubing safety procedures revisited after tragic death of Ellington teen

    NEW HARTFORD —  A deadly accident involving an Ellington teen who was riding a tube in upstate New York is shining a light on tubing safety procedures as the summer winds down. Jordyn Engler, 14, died in a tubing accident on Saturday. She was with her father Jeff, who was injured in the accident. At Farmington River Tubing in New Hartford–which was packed for Labor Day with tubers–employees give a safety briefing to all customers before they hit the river and rapids. […]

  • New Haven man convicted of killing 70-year-old freed after sentence vacated

    NEW HAVEN – A man has been freed after serving nine years of a 38-year sentence for murder. After a court hearing on Friday, Bobby Johnson, 25, walked out of the courthouse a free man. Cheers followed him out of court as he left with his family, who was overjoyed to bring him home. Johnson told a group of media that he owed his resolve to his family. “Patience and love for my family and love for everybody else,” he said. […]

  • Attorney for deputy fire chief sends demand letter to Hartford mayor

    HARTFORD – The attorney representing a Hartford Deputy Fire Chief who is suing the city sent a demand letter to Mayor Pedro Segarra. In August, Deputy Chief of Training Dan Nolan named Chief Carlos Huertas, as well as the interim assistant chief, fire marshal, and Segarra in a lawsuit that alleges he was deprived of his First Amendment right to freedom of speech. The letter, dated Thursday, September 3, outlines several demands including compensation for approximately $30,000 in attorney’s fees […]

  • State expected to set aside New Haven man’s murder conviction

    NEW HAVEN – A city man will taste freedom tomorrow after serving nine years of a 38 year prison sentence for murder. Bobby Johnson, 25, was convicted of robbing and killing Herbert Fields in 2006. On Friday, Johnson will appear in New Haven Superior Court to have his murder conviction set aside. On Wednesday, New Haven State’s Attorney Michael Dearington filed a motion stating that new information in Johnson’s case, “has sufficiently undermined the state’s confidence in the judgement of […]

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