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 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.