Kaitlyn Shive

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Kaitlyn, a Cincinnati, Ohio native who’s love of journalism began in high school.

She’s a graduate from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism. She also graduated with specializations in Marketing and Media, and a Social Media Certificate.

Before working at KOAM-TV she worked as a Production Assistant for WLWT-TV in Cincinnati.

When she’s not working, Kaitlyn loves to binge watch Netflix and Hulu, try new foods and catch up with friends.

Articles

Vision Carthage joins 'America In Bloom' program for third year in a row, making a difference in the community

Local businesses are benefiting from the work the organization does

Organizers for annual MLK Day Celebration in Oswego fight to keep Martin Luther King Jr's memory alive

They believe his message is being forgotten

Kansas Attorney General wants to update Clean Indoor Air Act to include vaping, local vape shop weighs in

Kansas AG wants to reduce health harms from secondhand smoke from vapes

Catalytic Converter thefts in Joplin, how to prevent it from happening to you

Joplin PD is investigating 12 reports in the last 6 months

Oklahoma rape kit tracking system gives power back to survivors, helps with backlogs, says local sexual assault advocate

System can also benefit law enforcement

Annual Winter Flute Gathering concludes with Flute Circle

Home under construction on S. Bird Avenue damaged by fire

Home on S. McKinley Ave damaged by house fire, ruled accident

Huge Chief's fan celebrating her 100th birthday gets surprise of a lifetime with Chief's playoff tickets

Helen Hubbard has never been to a Chief's game before

Are "Meat Free" products actually healthy alternatives? A local dietitian weighs in

Cows or plants? Fake meat products have skyrocketed into stores and fast food restaurants

Officials looking to add hours of operation to Neosho parks, help decrease vandalism

Parks Superintendent says they see vandalism weekly

Missouri lawmakers fighting to change HIV laws, want to reduce penalties

Lawmakers are worried the current law incentive's people to not get tested.

‘The Fifteen Percent’ non-profit in Liberal served more than 12,000 meals in 2019, continues to grow

They will soon have fed 20% of Liberal population

Pittsburg High School 'Pippin' musical cast to perform at Kansas Thespian Festival

Multi-county police chase ends in Labette County

Plane carrying Kansas team forced to return to California

Sarcoxie Nursery Owner speaks on lawsuit against Missouri for denial of cultivation license

Dr. Callicoat believes the scoring system was faulty.

Tobacco buying age raised to 21, mixed reaction from community

Missouri ATC wants to wait for further guidelines

Community members upset after Facebook post showed abuse to ducks at Big Spring Park

Officials are looking into preventative measures

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