Brontë Sorotsky

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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

Pittsburg High School Thespian Troupe hosts "Gender-Bent Cabaret"

Funds went towards the high school's theatre program.

Pittsburg State University ROTC conducts annual "9/11 Patriot Day Rememberance"

Local veteran ministry holds 9/11 memorial event

Ottawa County first responders remember 9/11 by participating in stair climb

Pittsburg Fire Chief reflects on time spent assisting with recovery efforts on 9/11

Neosho teacher resigns following district orders to remove pride flag from classroom

Uniontown commemorates 115 years of labor day celebrations

After this event didn't happen last year due to Covid-19, the town was ready for this longstanding tradition to make a comeback.

Labor Day Celebrations Underway at Fort Scott Historic Site

The Historic Site's Labor day events will continue through Monday.

Little Balkans Days returns after last year's cancellation

Pittsburg non-profit aims to help child abuse victims

Volunteers return to Carthage after restoring power to communities hit by Hurricane Ida

Missouri falls behind in Covid-19 vaccination rates for nursing home employees

Residents at the Joplin Health and Rehabilitation Center remain around 77% vaccinated, while their staff is about 48% vaccinated, mirroring state numbers.

Webb City Police investigating assault following football game between Joplin and Webb City

No students were reported to be involved with the assault, and the ones identified in the fights taking place in the parking lot, have been identified from each school district and subject to each school's disciplinary policy.

First ever Jomocon benefits Joplin non-profit

Joplin man one of many winners in MO VIP drawing

Back in July, the Missouri department of health and senior services partnered with the Missouri lottery to periodically draw nine hundred vaccinated Missourians to each win $10,000.

Area schools use Covid-19 dashboards to track cases

Southeast Kansas Hospitals support letter asking community to take more Covid-19 precautions

22% of current Southeast Kansas Hospitalizations are from Covid-19 patients.

Joplin businesses team up to prepare kids for back to school

VFW in La Harpe, Ks offers support to veterans following Afghanistan takeover

1 million dollar donation proposed to enhance NEO's nursing program

Joplin business taking extra Covid-19 precautions

Community surprises swimmer Haven Shepherd with send-off to 2020 Paralympics

KavFest Charity Golf Tournament aims to help veterans in need

Neosho School District explains past and future plans for ESSER funds

Joplin Public Library offering mobile internet hotspots

Joplin City Council Work Session presents budget request and plans for sidewalk improvement

Miami business supporting area healthcare and school workers

Pittsburg business connecting families with area resources before school starts

Pittsburg Rotary Club helping students get supplies in time for school

Pittsburg Schools announces Covid-19 procedures for upcoming school year

Joplin community leaders gather to spread awareness about Covid-19 vaccines

Joplin healthcare workers face mental health toll as Covid-19 cases remain high

Joplin artist's new mural hopes to inspire others to "look up and smile"

Emancipation Park Days Festival commemorates end of slavery

It's different from juneteenth, due to the length of time it took to get the word out that slaves were free. That's why this celebration happens in Joplin in august, instead of June.

Annual Downtown Sidewalk Sale held in Joplin

Joplin hospital officials concerned over rising Covid-19 cases

Joplin school board offering incentive for employees to get vaccinated

KCU Joplin's Class of 2024 honored during white coat ceremony

The coat represents integrity, trust, and esteem, and regard for the profession, and the university says these students are needed now, more than ever.

Professional eater makes stop in Pittsburg