Kyla Galer

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Kyla comes all the way from Boston, Massachusetts and is WICKED excited to report for Southern Colorado in the mornings!

As the morning reporter, Kyla is there to help you start your day with all the latest local news you might have missed overnight.

She joined KKTV 11 News in October 2015, just a few short months after graduating from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a bachelor of arts in journalism. Kyla started her broadcast journalism career as an intern at WHDH Channel 7 in Boston where she learned the ins and outs of a news station in a major market. She then used those skills while interning for Western Mass News in Springfield, Massachusetts.

On top of internships, while attending UMass Kyla worked for the student run television station, UMass News Now. There, she worked as a reporter and eventually became the news producer and director for the show.

While at KKTV, Kyla spent the first year as the Pueblo bureau chief. She there covered stories that received national spotlight such as: both President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visits to Pueblo during their campaign trail and devastating wildfires that ripped through Southern Colorado during the summer and fall of 2016.

In Kyla's off time she loves to explore new places and hiking trails in Colorado, golf, and Facetime her family back home.

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Latest Sports Headlines

Posted: 10:36 AM - Jim Johannson, the general manager of the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team, has died just a couple weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Games

Posted: 01/20/2018 - Nick Halloran scored with 54.6 seconds remaining in overtime to give Colorado College a 6-5 victory over No. 11 Western Michigan Saturday night in Kalamazoo, Mich.

Posted: 01/20/2018 - Every loss hurts, but conference home losses are especially damaging — and the Colorado Buffaloes will be feeling this hurt for a while. The Buffs had all kinds of momentum heading into Saturday's matchup with Washington, a game head coach Tad Boyle called a "separation game." CU had won two in a row and four of its last five, and had a chance to hold onto at least a tie for fourth in the conference standings. But the Huskies provided their version of separation, dominating the Buffs on the boards and walking away from the Coors Events Center with a 72-62 win.