Khloe Keeler

Reporter/Digital Content Producer

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kkeeler@kktv.com

Khloe grew up in sunny, southern California. Now, settled with a home in southern Colorado, you can catch her when she’s not working enjoying Colorado’s sunshine, hiking with her family and husky mix, Prada.

She started her career at KKTV in October 2014. As a reporter, she enjoys covering stories that really make an impact in the lives of others, and covering what impacts the families of the viewers.

She moved from California to Nebraska for college, first earning her B.A. at Creighton University. She studied journalism and public relations, as well as pre-occupational therapy. She wrote stories for her school paper and earned a prestigious award for her mentorship and serving as a role model for young women.

Following graduation, she spent the summer working hard and traveling across the country in a public health program through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That fall, she attended graduate school at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Go Big Red!), where she earned her M.A. in professional journalism. During her time there, she helped publish “Native Daughters,” a magazine showcasing the stories of strong Native American woman. Her professional project involved telling the stories of human trafficking survivors across the country, where she traveled to places including D.C. and the U.S. Department of Justice for research. She also helped publish a research paper along with her professors involving human trafficking.

Following her graduation, she completed internships through a local news station in Lincoln, Nebraska and through Vision Maker Media at Nebraska Educational Telecommunications. She then moved to Colorado with her husband, landing a job at KKTV.

Have a story idea? She would love to hear! Email her at kkeeler@kktv.com


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