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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.


How the Super Bowl can boost your mental health

Chiefs merchandise big hit ahead of game day

Diamond and Neosho School Districts secure funds for literacy program

Restoration work begins on Praying Hands Monument

Girard woman killed after trailer accident

Pittsburg chess players come together to form club

Police arrest person of interest in Arcadia death investigation

RISE Coalition aims to debunk myths on human trafficking

Woman dies in Crawford County crash

Quilters get crafty in Carthage

Pittsburg Chamber offers insight on next round of Paycheck Protection

MSSU uses Social Media Ambassador Program to recruit students

Joplin gym expands online fitness programs

Officials urge drivers to use caution on icy roads and bridges

Joplin Public Library hosts winter reading challenge

Joplin fire survivor shares story of loss and perseverance

Joplin accountant answers questions about stimulus relief and taxes

Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce draws people downtown with contest

Granby family suffers fire, feels the love of the community

Authorities investigating fatal crash in Ottawa County

SPARK grant leads to community greenhouse for Erie

City of Erie finalizes purchase of grocery store

Joplin Salvation Army serves up meals for the hungry

Carthage Crisis Center delivers meals to those in need

Parsons family seeks justice after hit-and-run leaves young man with serious injuries

Pfizer vaccine requirements leads to calls for local dry ice plant

Community collaboration brings Blessing Box back to life in Weir

All Aboard Ice Cream offers free photos with Santa

Southwest City man dies after crash in Mayes County

Authorities say the driver smelled of alcohol

Boil advisory issued for Southwest City

Community pays respects to Crawford County farmer with tractor tribute

KOAM ToyBox collects toys from Pittsburg partners for Salvation Army distribution

KOAM ToyBox distributes to First Christian Church in Baxter Springs

Joplin preps for COVID-19 vaccine, nurse expresses hope

Pittsburg police arrest suspect connected to multiple armed robberies

Fire at apartment complex in Pittsburg leaves two injured

Police continue search for armed robbery suspect in Joplin

Fort Scott man dies after crash in Linn County

Wreaths Across America receives large anonymous donation

SEK Humane Society brings in record funds with help of Ronald O Thomas Foundation