Catherine Silver

Reporter

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CSilver@kktv.com

Catherine Silver joined the KKTV 11 News team in September of 2017 as a Multimedia Journalist. She says she is "happy to share this community with you and share its stories."

Her story begins in 2001 when her writing was first published in a book. It was a pretty big deal back then, considering she was only 9 years old. Since then, her writing has taken her on a cross-country journey.

Catherine started her career in Florida, where she was born and raised. While at Florida State University, she spent a summer in Miami working at NBC 6 South Florida where she helped tell investigative and consumer stories.

In 2014, Catherine traded the beach for the Northwoods and moved to Minnesota, where she accepted a position at a PBS owned station KAWE Lakeland News. There, she served as an Anchor/Reporter on evening broadcasts before joining the KSNB NBC Nebraska team in 2015. With more than four years of experience, she has covered local and national stories, including the controversial Keystone XL pipeline and the largest drug bust in Nebraska history.

Whether she's out in the field or on the anchor desk, Catherine loves what she's doing and she loves telling stories. Her time in Florida, Minnesota, Nebraska, and now Colorado has taught her that every story matters, and that's something that's stuck with her since leaving her home state.

In her spare time, Catherine enjoys spending time with friends, going to the movies, and listening to music. She also loves to meet new people, and is always up for traveling to new places and trying new things.


Latest Sports Headlines

Posted: 07/21/2018 - Tom Murphy's two-out, pinch-hit solo home run in the eighth inning lifted the Colorado Rockies to a 6-5 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.

Posted: 07/21/2018 - The Switchbacks beat the Tulsa Roughnecks 4-2 in an exhilarating game at Weidner Field in front of 4,029 fans on Saturday night.

Updated: 07/21/2018 - The Memphis Redbirds routed the Sky Sox 10-1 Saturday night at AutoZone Park. Colorado Springs, who won a night prior by a score of 1-0 thanks to a solo home run by Christian Bethancourt, held that tune with their only run again coming on a solo home run, this time off the bat of Domingo Santana. Memphis arms held the Sky Sox to a season-second lowest four hits. Oppositely, Memphis, who was held to just six hits a night prior, barraged the night with 13 hits.