Katherine started working at KUOW in February 2014 as an audio engineer. After acting as producer for KUOW's Race and Equity team, she moved on to be the producer of the SoundQs team.
Prior to coming to KUOW, she worked at KPLU (now KNKX) as a fill-in host on All Things Considered and host of Weekend Morning Edition.
She's also the voice of many telephone on-hold messages for businesses across the country.
Originally from Canada, she began her broadcasting career as a news and arts reporter for, among other places, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
The latest report from the Washington Poison Center finds that the majority of nicotine "exposures" were in children younger than 6.
Have you ever felt, as a pedestrian, that you're risking your life trying to cross a busy street?
Rabbits seem to be multiplying - no, honestly! Eastern Cottontail rabbits are everywhere!
Black flight is not the end of Seattle's Central District's diversity story. "On The Brink" highlights those who working hard to keep it that way.
Black flight in Seattle's Central District is in the past. The African American community there is hard at work to revitalize the area.
Canadian Kyla Sweet said Americans don't know much about Canada — but then Americans don't know much about anywhere, even their own country.
The air raid siren is about the size of a VW Beetle, weighs almost 3 tons and was loud enough to be heard a mile and a half away.
A new study by Pemco found drivers admit they’re about twice as likely now to “assert themselves” behind the wheel.
'I hope we grow tender enough, again.' Seattle's Youth Poet Laureate captures Seattle's growing pains
Azura Tyabji says the city’s rapid growth this last year embodies her own childhood.
In Ballard alone, there are 101,650 light bulbs illuminating the neighborhood for the holidays. But first, the neighborhood had to figure out how to foil the enemy of holiday lighting schemes: the squirrel.
KUOW Listener Erika Tobiason wanted to know what tree produces those pink fronds. So we arranged for her to meet tree expert, Arthur Lee Jacobson. Jacobson is author of "Trees of Green Lake."