Katherine Hessel Biography
Katherine Hessel is an American journalist. She joined the Fox 2 team in December of 2015 as a reporter for the 9, 10 and 11 pm news. Hessel was an intern at the stations in 2011 and 2012 and has recently been working as a reporter at a television station in the tri-cities area of Washington.
Katherine Hessel Age
Her birthday and age are not well known to the public. It’s under review.
Katherine Hessel Husband
She is married but her husband keeps off from the limelight.
Katherine Hessel Height
Hessel height is still under review.
Hessel net worth is under review.
Katherine attended Texas Christian University. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Communication, with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism.
Katherine Hessel Career
Hessel was an intern at the stations in 2011 and 2012 and has recently been working as a reporter at a television station in the tri-cities area of Washington. Katherine Hessel was born and raised in St. Louis.
She joined the Fox 2 team in December of 2015 as a reporter for the 9, 10 and 11 pm news.
Hessel returns to her home town from KVEW in the Tri-Cities Washington where she was an MMJ. Before heading to the Northwest Katherine got her first taste of news while working as an intern at Fox 2.
When she’s not reading news articles, Katherine loves to travel and explore new cities.
Katherine Hessel Articles
UNIVERSITY CITY, Missouri
The University City Council has introduced for public review and comment four bills on the redevelopment and reinvestment plan for the Second and Third Ward and move forward with controversial plans to redevelop a shopping area long Olive Boulevard near I-70.
City leaders will explain the new redevelopment plan at a news conference at 9:00 a.m. Monday, May 20.
“University City is committed to a healthy, vibrant, stable community that is racially and economically diverse and inclusive. The Olive/1-170 Redevelopment is one component of a master plan to diversify and expand our local economy and revitalize and reinvest in the Third Ward of University City,” said Terry Crow, Mayor of University City.
The $70 million dollar tax- break deal was renegotiated after an error was found in the funding plan. Many residents and businesses in the area say the redevelopment would force them to relocate.
Shooting at St. Louis home
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Police say five people have been shot, including three who died, following a shooting at a home on the city’s north side.
Authorities say the shooting happened just before 9:00 p.m. Monday in the 4000 blocks of Shreve and Margaretta Avenue.
Police said one victim is in critical condition, while another is in serious but stable condition.
Police Chief John Hayden said during a news conference Monday night that all five victims were black males in their 20s and 30s. He said police arrived to find one victim on the porch of the home and went inside, where the four others were found
No further information was immediately available.
Katherine Hessel Twitter