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Kate Kelley | Weekend Anchor and Reporter

Kate Kelley is a native of Missouri, calling Neosho her hometown. A recent graduate of Missouri Southern State University, with a degree in mass communications and a focus on broadcast journalism, she started reporting for KOAM/FOX14 in the spring of 2018. In her spare time, Kate enjoys volunteering for a local homeless shelter. She looks forward to bringing news to the area she is from.

Articles

Neosho City Council extends apology after miscommunication

Item pulled off agenda after error

Diamond School District begins summer school, takes precautions against COVID-19

Staff emphasizing normalcy while following health and safety guidelines

COVID-19 cases grow in Newton and McDonald Counties

4th of July parade marches on despite COVID-19

SEK Multi-County Health Dept. reports two new cases of COVID-19

Pittsburg residents react to mask mandate in Kansas

Authorities emphasize: not wearing a mask is not a crime

Joplin Fire Dept. teaches fireworks safety with demonstration

Newton county crash claims life of Joplin woman

Watered Gardens kicks off 4th Annual Fireworks for Forge fundraiser

Carthage School District cancels summer school after three students test positive for COVID-19

Traditional fundraiser in Joplin continues for Camp Corral's kids

Money raised sponsors military children's summer camp experience

Stapleton Elementary summer school student tests positive for COVID-19

Area nursing homes on high alert, restricted access continues at Parsons Presbyterian Manor

Senior living facility shares precautions keeping residents safe

Community celebrating Neosho differently this year

Annual celebration altered by COVID-19

City of Joplin considering face mask ordinance

Chetopa Manor reports 26 cases of COVID-19 in Labette County

Carthage man helps rescue stabbing victim

McDonald County Health Dept. reports 196 new cases of COVID-19

39 cases added, making total now 473

Carthage school closes for the summer amid decreased enrollment

Seneca School District reports employee tested positive for COVID-19

Parsons police investigate possible abduction attempt

Newton County Health Dept. reports possible exposure to COVID-19 at city pool

Spring River Christian Village reports 31 cases of Covid-19

22 residents, 9 associates test positive

Joplin Health Dept. responds to national article predicting area as COVID-19 hot spot

Big R's set to close July 18 after serving local favorites for 22 years

Community reacts to upcoming loss

COVID-19 case increase makes contact tracing harder for Jasper County Health Dept.

Joplin group uses chalk to express support for Black Lives Matter movement

Carthage School District puts classes on hold after students test positive for COVID-19

Jasper County Health Department sees large increase in COVID-19 cases

Authorities investigate double shooting death in Cherokee County

COVID-19 cases rise in McDonald County

Caney Valley Schools issue warning after learning some students may be exposed to COVID-19 case

COVID-19 cases rise in Crawford County

Cherokee County, Kansas woman dies after crashing into body of water

Joplin School District says all contacts of student who tested positive for COVID-19 are notified

Two dead after motorcycle crash in Neosho County, Kansas

Crosslines steps up to fill need in the community

"The need is greater than ever, but we have seen that our community just really tends to respond to the immediate needs of the community...when a time of crisis comes."

Joplin mom shares concerns over COVID-19, trips to hospital

Urgent Care visits begin to rise after slump in April-May

Granby Police Chief shares lemonade with little girl

Boil water advisory rescinded for the City of Cherokee, Crawford County

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