Katie Brace is a General Assignment Reporter for WBZ-TV News
With more than a decade of news experience, Brace joined WBZ-TV from Atlanta’s WGCL-TV where she was an anchor and reporter for five years. Before that, she spent four years as an anchor and reporter at WPTV-TV in West Palm Beach, FL. She has been an anchor and reporter at WMTW-TV in Portland, ME and the main anchor at WNDS-TV in Derry, NH. Before becoming an on-air journalist, Brace worked at CBS RADIO Boston’s WBZ NewsRadio and the Boston Athletic Association.
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A woman and her five children had gotten out of the SUV just minutes before a bullet flew through the windshield.
A woman walking with a child was injured by a falling telephone pole in Waltham.
The driver whose car went up in flames on I-93 South in Somerville said he was able to save a valuable prized possession.
A 13-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital after he was struck by a car in Brockton Wednesday afternoon.
A comment about a boyfriend hugging someone is blamed for a woman running two others over, according to witnesses.
A break-in was thwarted inside a Fairhaven house after the homeowner saw the suspects on a live video security feed and alerted police.
A local family is scrambling to stay in the country after the death of a Navy SEAL father.
A Middleborough man did not hesitate to help an injured police officer who was hit by an accused drunk driver. Despite his deed, he wants the focus to stay on the “real heroes.”
Togo Palazzi helped Holy Cross get through the first round of the NCAA Tournament in 1953.
Organizers of the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade are filing a lawsuit Monday saying the city shortening the parade route violates their First Amendment Rights.