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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.


Bicycle repair shops deemed "essential" on federal level

Dancing at a Distance: Joplin neighborhood hosts activity for residents

La-Z-Boy responds to COVID-19, closes manufacturing facilities

Son shoots father in reported murder-suicide in Cherokee County

Governor Stitt issues additional updates to executive order

Requires travelers from six states to self-quarantine for 14 days, issues protections for health care workers and vulnerable populations

Country singer Joe Diffie dies of coronavirus complications

Montgomery County Health Department confirms two new cases of COVID-19

Jasper County Health Department confirms two new cases of COVID-19

ODOC agents capture final NOCC walkaway in Perry

Montgomery County health officials confirm first case of COVID-19

Coronavirus Update 3/28/20

Crawford County health officials confirm fourth case of COVID-19

PSU, MSSU donate supplies to area medical facilities

Missouri National Guard mobilized to support COVID-19 response

COVID-19 Testing Available for First Responders and Health Care Workers in Missouri

To qualify, public health and safety professionals must meet state laboratory criteria

Funeral homes adapt to offer service under social distancing restrictions

Online streaming an option for some

Oklahoma attorney general issues consumer alert on at-home COVID-19 testing

Amid COVID-19 concerns, children discouraged from touching playground equipment in parks

Teddy Bear scavenger hunt catches on in Jasper County

Families practice social distancing, have fun outside

Freeman doctor weighs in on effectiveness of sewn masks

Middle schoolers spread kindness to residents in Pittsburg

COVID-19 case confirmed in Bourbon County, Kansas

Johnson County man with local history dies of COVID-19

El Dorado Springs house lights up the dark with nation's flag in show of unity

Church members spread cheer to patients at Webb City Health & Rehab Center

KDHE offers guidance for families seeking childcare during COVID-19 outbreak

PSU student self-quarantined after studying abroad in Spain

INTEGRIS asking for medical supply donations

Small Business Administration approves disaster declaration for Missouri

Kansas small businesses eligible for disaster loans from the Small Business Administration

Health officials confirm first COVID-19 case in Jasper County

Joplin homeless shelters alter operations to limit spread of COVID-19

Souls Harbor hits capacity, Watered Gardens rearranging rooms

Freeman Health System offers daily briefings on COVID-19

"The Freeman Daily" will keep the public informed about local efforts to control the coronavirus

As students return from spring break, experts urge vacationers to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms

Amid COVID-19 concerns, Joplin restaurants adapt to serve customers, limit spread of germs

Governor of Oklahoma announces declaration of emergency

Pittsburg Community Schools USD 250 closes March 16-20

Parsons District Schools close week of March 16 to curb coronavirus

USD 247 closes March 16-20 over coronavirus concerns

KDHE issues new recommendations for quarantine and isolation of travelers, close contacts and those being tested