Brontë Sorotsky

Reporter

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Brontë Sorotsky is excited to join the KOAM news team as a Multimedia Journalist.

Brontë was born and raised in Los Angeles and spent the last 4 years living in San Francisco. There, she received her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts (BECA) at San Francisco State University. During her time there, she worked as a reporter for YR Media, where she focused on San Francisco’s housing crisis and had her radio pieces air locally.

She also got the opportunity to intern at KTVU FOX 2 in Oakland. Most recently, Brontë freelanced for the Associated Press on Election Night.

When she’s not reporting, she enjoys riding her bike and going on picnics!

Articles

Four State residents react to Juneteenth's establishment as a federal holiday

Miami Housing Authority to host housing rights training class

Joplin water rescue class turns into actual rescue

Scales N Tails in Joplin hosts aquatic swap meet

Kid's fishing day returns to Carthage for it's 20th year

Oklahoma native land ruling affecting case jurisdiction

Joplin advocate living on street to improve programs for area homeless

Bear sightings becoming more common in Southeast Kansas

Fairland church hosts first large event since pandemic

Joplin for Justice celebrates one year as an organization

Joplin group aims to promote safety in the water

Joplin camp aims to get girls involved in skateboarding

Neosho fowl ordinance discussed at council meeting

Joplin's American Legion Post 13 honors unclaimed soldiers

Community steps in to help following fire at Altoona-Midway Elementary School

Volunteers from Joplin Little League work to clean Landreth Park

Local auto shop seeing increased car damage due to recent flooding

Chlorine shortage could cause problems for local pools

Pittsburg Land Bank program sees latest success

Plans in place to preserve St. Mary's cross

Joplin residents remember the loved ones they lost 10 years ago

Ottawa County Farmers Market offering Covid-19 vaccines

Joplin Tornado: How it inspired two at KCU Joplin to serve the community's medical needs

Drinks to-go: Carry out cocktails could become permanent in Missouri

Missouri lawmakers approve expanded alcohol sales allowing for carryout alcoholic beverages.

Joplin High School celebrates class of 2021

Animal rights advocates protest Tarzan Zerbini Circus

Missouri lawmakers advance legislation providing oversight for unlicensed boarding schools

Local county health experts explain differing vaccination rates

Missouri bill increasing gasoline tax heads to Governor for approval

Kansas City University-Joplin medical school holds first graduation ceremony

"Glamping" gaining popularity in four-states

Increased chicken demand causing some restaurants to face wing shortage

Joplin City Council votes to ease remaining COVID-19 restrictions

Webb City winery holds event to support local healthcare workers

Local police and fire departments go head to head to help Joplin students

Food trucks and fur babies event benefits local businesses and animals