Katie Taube

Katie TaubeKSN Anchor/Reporter
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Katie Taube joined the KSN News team in January of 2012. You may also recognize her as the Anchor on KSN Kansas Today weekday mornings and at KSN News at Noon. Katie comes to KSN from KSFY in Sioux Falls, SD where she anchored the 5, 6 and 10p.m. newscasts.

Katie grew up in Illinois and earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She began her career at WHBF in Rock Island as a reporter and later became the Weekend Anchor. Katie then made the leap to Weeknight Anchor at WWTV in Cadillac, Michigan.

When Katie isn’t working in the newsroom she loves to golf with her husband. She also enjoys hiking and camping with her two dogs. Katie is also very active with other hobbies like long distance running, cycling and she is a certified SCUBA diver .

Katie is glad to be in Kansas. She is enjoying the mild winters with plenty of sunshine! Be sure to watch for Katie weeknights on KSN and on Fox Kansas News at 9. If you have a story idea, Katie would love to hear it. Send her an email at katie.taube@ksn.com.

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