Temi Adeleye

Temi Adeleye

Multi-Media Journalist

Mankato, MN

Temi Adeleye started at KEYC in October of 2017. She was raised in Snellville, GA. Temi earned her Bachelor's degree in Communications with a double minor in Film Studies and Hospitality and Tourism from Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC. She immediately earned her Master's degree in Journalism from Emerson College in Boston, MA.

Temi hopes that her love for animals will be reflected in her stories.

Temi is looking forward to producing beneficial and exciting stories as she adjusts to Minnesota's weather.


  • Emerson College, Journalism, 2017
  • Western Carolina University, Mass Communications, 2016

Recent Articles by Temi

  Former maverick reflects on life before and after college

  Minnesota State System sees more funding for special scholarships

  Government center opens doors to newest addition

  Faribault Wildlife Sanctuary Introduces “Yoga with Foxes”

  New Ulm Police introduce new method for extra enforcement

  Waterville teenager arrested in connection to drive-by BB gun shooting

  His Haven Ranch heals with horses

  Miss Mankato talks Miss Minnesota Competition

  Old Town district seeing new additions

  MSU Mankato continues its strive for inclusivity

  MSU introduces social justice camp for high school students

  New Minnesota laws take effect July 1st

  Maverick All-Sports Dome groundbreaking postponed

Construction closes parts of Division Street

  Mankato Police say weekend fires were acts of Arson

  Tobacco 21 ordinance begins in Mankato

  St. Peter Police combat “100 Deadliest Days of the Year” with extra enforcement

  Le Sueur offers way to keep pets Looking Spotless

  Owatonna man pleads not guilty in sexual assault of minor

  Good Thunder man sentenced after alleged threats at movie theater

  North Mankato brings history tours ahead of Fun Days

Start date for Commerce Drive Project pushed to July

Blue Earth County Historical Center revamps with new roof

  Mankato presents 2nd annual Juneteenth Celebration

  MSU international students face additional employment hurdles

  Bridge Plaza project on its way to start following T.I.F.

  Reflection of recent session highlights, hurdles and accomplishments

  South Central College kicks off construction

  Brown Co. Historical Society Takes Local Kids to the 1860s

  A lesson in coding at Waseca-Le Sueur Library