Rebekah Hoeger

Morning Anchor

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Rebekah Hoeger joined the KKTV 11 News team as a morning anchor in July 2017 with experience from seven different print and TV newsrooms around the country.

Coffee and the energetic KKTV News team keep her awake for those early morning hours. Just don't try talking to her before the coffee!

Before moving to Colorado, Rebekah reported and anchored in Mobile, Alabama, where she fell in love with storytelling and the Gulf Coast.

As the lead reporter at the state capitol, Rebekah held the governor accountable during his impeachment hearings over allegations of an affair and misuse of taxpayer dollars. During legislative sessions, she was a key reporter in covering the allotment of BP oil spill settlement funding following the Deepwater Horizon disaster of 2010. She made it her goal to make complex stories easily understandable for her audience.

Rebekah also covered the human toll natural disasters took on the community. She’ll never forget the families she met picking up the pieces after tornadoes in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and families fleeing their homes during hurricanes on the Gulf Coast.

Rebekah began her reporting career in her home state of Iowa, working in several newsrooms in the eastern part of the state.

Rebekah is a proud farm girl and University of Iowa Alum. She and her fiancé adopted a rescue pup they named Sammie from the evacuation areas of Hurricane Harvey. They dreamed of calling Colorado home for some time. When not at work, Rebekah loves spending time outdoors with Sammie, checking out breweries, and getting in a quick hot yoga class.


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.