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.
Veterans in a Northwest Missouri town were honored for their bravery, sacrifice and service in a special patriotic ceremony.
A mother, whose son has undergone 15 surgeries in the past seven years, is this week's 'Pay it Forward' recipient.
Missouri Western was designated as a Purple Heart school in recognition of their service and support to past, present and future veterans.
Several local businesses, organizations and communities coming together to honor and support St. Joseph military men and women this Veterans Day.
The incident happened at a home on the 2900 block of Penn Street Saturday afternoon around 1:30 p.m.
The 2019 November elections are underway in Buchanan County, but so far the turnout is coming in lower than predicted.
On Monday, the first meeting for Mayor Bill McMurray's Blue Ribbon Homeless Advisory Committee was held at the Open Door Food Kitchen.
An ordinance prohibiting camping at public parks or on public property will go up for a final vote at Monday's City Council meeting.
Over a hundred local entrepreneurs and small business owners were in St. Joseph Wednesday morning networking, collaborating and educating.
The St. Joseph School District continued to hear ideas, thoughts and opinions from the public on their Master Facilities plan for the future of the high schools.