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 Whitman man has been charged with motor vehicle homicide, accused of drugged driving moments before a fatal crash on Route 18 Thursday.
Video shows fire consuming a child’s toy electric vehicle. Just moments before two kids were in it.
A quick-thinking Good Samaritan saved a 12-year-old boy struggling in the water on Cape Cod.
Neighbors are calling for more traffic signs, speed limit warnings and anything to slow down drivers.
A dispatcher, teachers and professional singers were all vying for the opportunity to perform the national anthem before Boston Bruins games.
For 10 hours every day, 11-year-old Addie has stayed by her friend’s side in the hospital.
Stephanie Boaventura was celebrating her birthday with friends before the crash.
The Middlesex District Attorney’s office says a multi-million-dollar drug operation was being run in part from a building on Hewins Street in Dorchester.
Donna Bettencourt was riding on a mobility scooter when she was struck and seriously injured in Lowell.
Geoffrey Esper ate 600 hot dogs preparing for Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on Coney Island.
Messages of support are piling up in the mayor’s office at Salem City Hall.
An elderly couple is worried after finding three arrows that were shot at their Worcester home.
A 26-year-old Amesbury man was arraigned in court on multiple charges, including attempted murder.
Three dead bodies have been found at the home of a man charged with kidnapping, sexually assaulting and torturing a woman, a prosecutor said on Thursday.
The statues, some weighing hundreds of pounds, have been swiped in several towns.
A man pushed his way into a Taunton home and stole a woman’s car with 400 pounds of cat food inside.
A member of the Worcester Police Department makes and sells “thin blue line” dog collars to raise money for Officer Sean Gannon’s family.
A Worcester cab driver was stabbed in the neck and had to fight for his life.
An 85-year-old woman is adding another Boston Marathon bib to her accomplishments.
A local Marine veteran is praising Operation Delta Dog, a group that takes shelter dogs and trains them to be service animals for veterans.
WBZ-TV reporter Katie Brace was among gamers playing a virtual reality game at the PAX East 2018 convention.
A Stoughton dog became sick after ingesting a discarded marijuana joint in a local park.
The field house bearing A.J. Robbins’ name welcomes athletes to Lunenburg High, but A.J.’s family now feels pushed away.
The Last Call Foundation honors a Boston firefighter who was killed on the job exactly four years ago.
After 25 years, a movie rental store in Marblehead is calling it quits.
Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy donated equipment and visited kids at Smart Light Sports in Woburn.
According to the Boston Fire Department, the two workers fell about 18 feet in a Brighton building that is under construction.
The Jimmy Fund and the Red Sox are making some dreams come true.
The Scituate police chief gave WBZ-TV a tour of the damage they are already seeing.
The house was deemed unsuitable for humans and animals to live in.
Donations in the name of 20-year-old murder victim Olivia Bergstrom are helping to save horses and create a therapy program for veterans with PTSD.
Police arrested Eric Chojnacki, 57, and Issam Mousa, 54, after a fight over snow allegedly plowed into Chojnacki’s yard.
The packages started to arrive in October as many as two a week and in each one as many as two to three items.
A dog ran across Webster when his owner had a medical emergency.
A Patriots season ticket holder who lost her wheelchair in the team’s playoff opener got to be on the field before the AFC Championship Game.
The town of Scituate said they responded to 138 emergency calls during the storm.
The organization needs to raise one million dollars to hit their three and a half million-dollar goal by the end of the day on December 23rd.
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.