Katie is an anchor and reporter at WSAZ.
Katie Wilson co-anchors WSAZ Midday and reports for WSAZ Sunrise and WSAZ Today.
She joined WSAZ in December of 2018 as the weekend anchor/weekday reporter after graduating from Emory University in 2015 with a co-major in Journalism and Sociology.
Katie’s from Cleveland, Ohio, but she’s no stranger to the Mountain State! She got her start at WTAP in Parkersburg, West Virginia. There, she worked her way up from nightside reporter to the 6 and 11 o’clock anchor. Katie covered everything from the drug epidemic, to spaghetti dinners, to a little boy with cancer that made a lasting impact on the community.
From there, she moved to WKBN in Youngstown, Ohio, as weekend anchor and weekday reporter. Getting back into the role of reporter, Katie realized her passion for telling stories that help people. Whether it was getting trash picked up on a street that became a dumping site, or getting power restored for a family with flood damage, the feeling of giving back was priceless.
At the end of 2018, Katie achieved a long-term goal of hers. Joining the WSAZ news team. She was familiar with their newscasts from her time in Parkersburg and knew she wanted to join the team of passionate, hard-working journalists.
In her free time, Katie enjoys working out, traveling, and any kind of down time with her fiancé, Brad, and fur baby, Duncan. She’s a huge foodie and is always looking for the next restaurant to try.
Katie would love to hear from you! If you have any story ideas, email her at email@example.com.
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