Kilee Thomas joined the KQ2 team in January 2020 as a multimedia journalist.
Kilee Thomas is a multi-media journalist from Salt Lake City, Utah.
She joined KQ2 in January 2020 after graduating from the University of Utah (Go Utes) with a B.S. in Communication, emphasizing in journalism.
When Kilee’s not in the newsroom or chasing down her next story, she’s planning her next vacation destination. She taught English in China for five months where she camped on the Great Wall of China, climbed the Avatar Mountains and recently got back from the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. If you see her around town, share with her your favorite local shops and restaurants in St. Joe!
Baggio said, "I wanna keep her phone with me because I’m just praying one day she’ll call.”
“I think the public appreciates that. They don’t like the idea that some folks think they can drive in any manner they want to, creating a risk to those innocent folks on the street,” said Wilson.
"This is really going to give families an opportunity to help them financially as we all know a lot of families have been hit unexpectedly," said Todd Meierhoffer, President of Meierhoffer Funeral Home.
“This is actually probably one of those signals that our safety mechanisms are working as designed,” said Dr. David Wild, VP of Performance Improvement for the University of Kansas Health Systems.
"We should be in emergency mode right now,” said Mark Puckett.
“I felt like a fire in my belly and I just felt as though I needed to do something about it and take action,” said Reed.
"People are always asking about change, but what people don’t understand is that to get change, you have to be a part of the change," said Williams.
“Yeah, I’m a little taken aback by how low the voter turnout was,” said Atieh.
To pass, the school bond need to reach 57%.
"I’m exhausted in every sense of the word. I’m exhausted,” said Hayley Thompson, Nurse for St. Kolbe-Puckett Center for Healing.