You can catch Brooke anchoring KQ2 News at 10 on the weekends, and out in the field reporting on weekdays.
You can catch Brooke anchoring KQ2 News at 10 on the weekends, and out in the field reporting on weekdays. She joined the news team in 2017 after graduating from Missouri Western State University. While at University, she co-founded the Missouri Western broadcast show, 'Griffon News Network' that won 2nd place 'Best Newscast' at the David L. Adams Apple Awards in New York City in 2017.
Brooke also worked for 10 months in Myrtle Beach where she helped cover Hurricane Florence in September 2018. She came back to work at KQ2 in spring 2019 to continue her career as an anchor and reporter. She was born in Omaha, Nebraska and is a huge Nebraska Husker fan! In her free time, she likes to attend local concerts, bake delicious pastries and read novels.
Several drivers in Nodaway County got an unpleasant surprise when they said a sticky, tar-like substance clung to their vehicle's tires.
An arrest has been made following a possible threat made towards Cameron High School, according to the Cameron Police Department.
St. Joseph City Council members and Mayor Bill McMurray toured the St. Joseph Landfill on Monday to get an up-close look at the behind-the-scenes operations.
A driver in Nodaway County got a big surprise Monday morning when they hit and killed an animal, and it wasn't a deer.
Dozens of people stepped over the edge of an eight-story building in downtown St. Joseph Friday and Saturday to help raise money for a good cause.
A local St. Joseph firefighter said the events that happened on 9/11 led him to a career in the military and as an emergency responder.
The state of Missouri is taking the initiative to bring more employment opportunities to individuals with disabilities.
An area college earned some national recognition, falling on U.S. News and World Report's top 10 "America's Best Colleges" list for 2019.
Applications for law enforcement positions have declined nationwide, but Cameron Police are working to reverse the trend within their own department.
In a time where technology continues to advance, change and upgrade, the St. Joseph Police Department said keeping up with the demand can be difficult.