Crissy Clutter has been with WTOV9 since July 2013 and manages and reports out of NEWS9's Wheeling bureau located on 14th street.
Clutter is an Ohio Valley native, born and raised in Wheeling which is why she decided to return to the area after several years of experience in the field.
She attended West Virginia University and West Liberty University.
She began her television career at WDTV in Bridgeport, WV as an executive producer.
Clutter moved back home to Wheeling to work at WTRF-TV as the weekend anchor / reporter, where her late father began his career.
She then moved to West Virginia's state capitol and was the weekend anchor at WOWK-TV. While in Charleston, she reported on several high profile criminal cases and political stories. During her time there she interviewed President Barack Obama, Oprah and broke several national stories.
Just before coming to WTOV9, she worked as a freelancer at WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh.
Clutter says she owes her television career to her late father, Pat, who was a sports reporter and news director for more than 25 years in Wheeling. He passed away from cancer in 1997 and she co-founded the Pat Clutter Memorial Scholarship and Golf Scramble soon after. The scholarship was created in her father's name to benefit communications students in the Ohio Valley who choose to continue their education in the broadcasting field.
Clutter is a hockey fan and worked for several years with the Wheeling Nailers ECHL hockey team until she moved to Charleston to further her career. Crissy is excited to continue her career while living in her hometown of Wheeling with her two miniature dachshunds, Maggie and Gracie. She enjoys attending as many Steelers, Pirates, Penguins and WVU Mountaineers games as she possibly can.