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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Police are investigating a double shooting in Mission Hill, not far from the Reggie Lewis Track Center.
Halloween the day before Thanksgiving is unique, but so is the girl who inspired the change in tradition.
A local artist was killed in Weston Wednesday night following a crash involving a deer that is being described as a freak accident.
A NH woman was pulled over for a traffic violation, and the officer arrested her for having a loaded gun in the glove compartment with a car full of kids.
Authorities say a New York woman who disappeared 42 years ago has been found suffering from dementia and living in Massachusetts.
Ipswich took on Georgetown varsity soccer on Thursday night, but the star was an eleven-year old girl.
A former Dover, New Hampshire firefighter and paramedic dreamed of being part of the brotherhood. Now in a federal lawsuit, he said instead he was subjected to hazing that put his life at risk.
Owner John Henry wants to change the name that is also associated with some of the Red Sox segregated times.
Quincy and Braintree police report cases of a thief trying to access people’s homes by posing as a Department of Public Works employee.
Mary Ann Adams Jones has waited decades for the capture of the man accused of murdering her husband who was a Pennsylvania police chief.