Dane Hawkins

Dane is the morning weekday anchor and an afternoon reporter who joined the news team in January 2018.

Title: Anchor / Reporter
dhawkins@kq2.com

Dane is the morning weekday anchor and an afternoon reporter who joined the news team in January 2018. She graduated from the university of North Carolina Wilmington and while there she was a high jump, long jump, and triple jumper for the women’s Track & Field team. When it warms up you may see her out running.

She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. And in her free time, she loves to explore the area by visiting museums, local shops, and restaurants. She's not used to this cold mid-west weather, but she says she's always happy to experience something new!

Recent Posts by Dane Hawkins

Government survey says Maryville is a millennial hot spot

Millennials are moving to Maryville more than almost every other city in the country according to the U.S. census. Those who already live there say they aren't surprised.

Stuff the Bus campaign kicks off

The United Way of St. Joseph is looking to send kids to school with all they need to start the year off right.

New center provides fresh groceries to people in need

A new venture in Downtown St. Joseph is putting fresh food where it is needed. The Crossing's Nutrition Center officially opened Thursday.

Officers use camp to build positive relationships with community kids

Both kids and police are enjoying the last few days of summer before school starts at camp.

Thieves drive business for local heating and cooling company

Thieves are driving up business for local heating and cooling companies in St. Joseph. One business owner said he doesn't feel right that he is profiting off of another's misfortune.

Organizations offering free mammograms

The YWCA and the Diagnostic Imaging Center of Kansas City are teaming up to provide low-cost to free mammograms for people in St. Joseph. On July 28th, the Mobile 3D Mammography Coach will be parked outside of the Salvation Army on 602 Messanie Street from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Community comes together to shed light on opioid crisis

The Buchanan County Opioid Task Force and Addiction Help Now hosted the free 2019 Northwest Missouri Opioid Summit at Missouri Western State University on Tuesday.

Experts stress staying hydrated during heat wave

As temperatures stay in the high 90s many will look to take a trip to the pool or beach to cool off, and while experts say that can help with heat, it won't prevent dehydration.

Andrew County food pantry's air conditioner stolen, company steps up to help

A food pantry ran in part by the United Methodist Church in Savannah has been providing food for people in the community for years but last week, volunteers discovered that the pantry's air conditioning unit had been stolen.

Opioid Summit to explore solutions for Buchanan County

The Buchanan County Task Force and Addiction Help Now are hosting the Northwest Missouri Opioid Summit Tuesday in St. Joseph. It will be held on July 23 at Missouri Western State University.

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