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Katherine Kisiel Biography
Katherine Kisiel comes to KATU from Texas. She officially joined KATU News “This Morning” in September 2014.
She graduated from the University of Arizona and got her start in broadcasting at KSWT-TV in Yuma, Arizona. A year later, she moved to Yakima/Tri-Cities, anchoring and reporting for KNDO/KNDU-TV.
In 2000, she moved to Austin, Texas, where she worked at FOX 7 for 13 years. Most recently, Katherine was anchoring a 5 1/2 hour morning newscast.
Katherine Kisiel Age
She was raised in Seattle and then moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico when she was a teenager. Her date of birth including her actual age will be updated soon.
Katherine Kisiel Family
Katherine was raised in Seattle and then moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico when she was a teenager. She has not revealed any details, regarding her Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters. The information will be updated soon.
Katherine Kisiel Husband |Katherine Kisiel Sons
She is a married Woman, but she has not revealed the name of her husband. We are going to update the details soon. Togher with her love has two boys.
She loves the outdoors, running and exploring the Northwest. The best part of her job is meeting new people and sharing their stories.
Katherine Kisiel Net Worth
Kisiel comes to KATU from Texas. She officially joined KATU News “This Morning” in September 2014. her total estimated Net Worth as of 2019 will be updated soon.
Katherine Kisiel Fox 7
Fox 7 morning anchor Katherine Kisiel set to sign off
KTBC morning news anchor Katherine Kisiel will leave the station later this month.
A Fox 7 employee since 2000, her final day will be June 28.
Kisiel is set to follow her husband, former KXAN investigative reporter Chris Willis, to Portland, where he’s been hired by NBC affiliate KGW, according to an email sent to KGW staffers late last week.
Both Kisiel and Willis have ties to the Northwest. Willis went to Washington State University, while Kisiel previously worked for stations in Yakima and the Tri-Cities.
KXAN news director Chad Cross and general manager Eric Lassberg have not responded to multiple inquiries about Willis’ departure and possible plans to replace him.
Katherine Kisiel Articles
Friends of Parkrose gun suspect shaken says he’s been struggling
katu.com — Friends of the Parkrose High School student who police said came into the school Friday with a shotgun was shaken up by the incident. “I always kinda feared (he) would do something he would regret. I would always try to steer him in the right direction,” said Shanahan.
Tree saga over for Clackamas homeowner; County to make changes.
katu.com — “I’m feeling glad it’s all over,” said Clackamas homeowner, Sarah Parnell. It’s been a long five months for the Parnells.
They first received a letter from Clackamas County back in January letting them know they had to replace the trees on their sidewalk strip.
Family celebrates shooting victim’s birthday as police continue searching for his killer
katu.com — PORTLAND, Ore. – It’s been nearly seven months since 27-year-old Tajheondre “Tajh” Price was shot and killed in Northeast Portland. Like many other cases in the city, it remains unsolved.
On Friday, Price’s family celebrated what would have been his birthday. The intimate gathering took place at Red Sunset Park in Gresham.
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Friends of Parkrose gun suspect shaken, say he’s been struggling
PORTLAND, Ore. — Friends of the Parkrose High School student who police said came into the school Friday with a shotgun were shaken up by the incident.
“I always kinda feared (he) would do something he would regret. I would always try to steer him in the right direction,” said Shanahan.
The friends told KATU they shared many classes with the suspect at the high school. They said he was struggling lately.
“He went through a pretty rough break up that kinda got to him, and then this downward spiral of depression and his mentality got a bit darker,” said Shanahan.
They said he seemed more out of it than usual Friday morning.
“We tried to call him, and we didn’t get anything, and nobody had seen him and so when we finally got the word that it was (him) it was heartbreaking,” said Shanahan.
“After this situation, if I see signs of depression or hostility I should probably take it up with the counselor, so I think I’ve learned something from this,” said Jason.
“He’s a decent guy deep down even through the messiness,” said Ashton.
Michael Serrao, the superintendent of the Parkrose School District, said in a letter to families two students told the high school’s security staff that the suspect was exhibiting concerning behavior.
Students credited Parkrose High School’s football, track and field coach and security guard Keanon Lowe for tackling the suspect. Lowe was a former University of Oregon football player.
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