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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

Bikers ride to support Joplin Recovery Outreach Community Center

KHP investigates crash involving semi and motorcycle in Crawford County

JPD arrests lead to recovery of multiple stolen catalytic converters

US bans WeChat, TikTok citing national security, privacy

Neosho School District benefits from USDA free meals

Diamond High School moves classes online temporarily due to COVID-19 exposure

Red Cross calls for volunteers to assist with natural disasters

Carthage School District creates COVID-19 dashboard

Carthage Humane Society gets needed upgrade with community help

Ozark Christian College cancels fall sports, moves classes online temporarily

COVID-19 complications lead to tough decisions for the college

Neosho community honors local heroes

Webb City honors first responders on 9/11

Carterville remembers 9/11

PSU ROTC honors lives lost on 9/11

Special event helps educate next generation

Neosho Business Expo moves online due to pandemic

Football game cancelled due to COVID-19 exposure

Oklahoma Highway Patrol investigates fatal crash in Delaware County

Ottawa County crash claims life

Man struck by train in Newton County

Lamar Middle School employee tests positive for COVID-19

Freeman transfers some COVID-19 patients to Landmark Hospital

CJ honors seniors early

Golden City School District shares protocol after student tests positive for COVID-19

Joplin megadonor cuts monetary donations for 2020 election

Golden City Elementary student tests positive for COVID-19

Essential Air Designation keeps Joplin flying with American Airlines

Missouri scales back requirements for substitute teaching certification

MSSU nursing program in jeopardy, admissions delayed past this fall

Joplin native shares work on COVID-19 antibody research

Doc Hudson on display in Galena

Child drowns in Parsons lake

Carthage authorities investigate uncovered child's remains

Boil water advisory issued for Cherokee County Rural Water District No. 3, Cherokee County

McDonald County reports ninth COVID-19 death

Cherokee County Health Dept. reports COVID-19 death

JPD investigates fatal crash between truck and semi

Pittsburg Schools invest in PPE with SPARK funds

Joplin man shows support for USPS workers

Jasper County Clerk weighs in on mail-in voting

Children's Haven responds to trending social media post

Post remains unverified, RISE shares ways to help local partners

Governor Stitt meets with White House Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator