Kate Kelley

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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.


Bridgestone Christmas Tree Farm sees surge in business

Authorities investigate shooting death in Noel

Celebration Church passes out 'Blessing Baskets' for families in need

Joplin scuba shop hosts underwater turkey shoot

Quapaw tribe hosts "Rock Your Mocs Day"

Economic Security Corporation offers contact-free applications

4-State health care organizations urge mask mandate to combat COVID-19

Freeman, Mercy both reaching capacity

"New Pathways for Good Dads" program paves way for successful parenthood

Mask mandate takes effect for Nevada School District Monday

Cloud's Meats sees big turnout for deer processing

Weekend crash in McDonald County claims two lives

Police chase through Jasper County results in fatal shooting

Webb City's Merry Market boosts business for locals

Butcher Backlog: Local meat processors race to meet demand in midst of deer season

Students celebrate a virtual Veterans Day in Vernon County

Vernon County student shares what Veterans Day means to her

Pondering Parler: MSSU professor and user offer insight on growing platform

Joplin WWII veteran dies at 95

Kansas governor issues emergency declaration for wildland fires

People shop Neosho's annual handmade holiday market

Baxter Springs hosts annual veterans parade

Health officials urge public to take precautions as COVID-19 hospitalizations rise

Joplin polling station sees long line of voters

Voters see long line in Carl Junction

Former nursing instructors file whistleblower retaliation lawsuits against MSSU

Trump supporters line up for caravan in Neosho

Joplin home draws ghosts and ghouls on Halloween

Southwest Missouri ESC makes changes to manage COVID risks

Gorilla Century Ride draws over 500 cyclists

Pittsburg police participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

McDonald County crash kills teen, injures two others

Community Heroes Music Festival helps support local veterans

Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Montgomery County

Community joins Hardee family in praying for safe return of missing teen

Non-profit aimed at feeding food insecure in Liberal expands

The Fifteen Percent is looking for a refrigerated truck to fulfill need

Arrest made in Independence homicides

Jasper County church dedicates new building

BBB warns of increasing online scams

Strong winds lead to power outages throughout area

Officer-involved shooting in Andover