Kalie Greenberg joined the KKCO News Team in June of 2015. Kalie is a Chicago native and a graduate of Boston University's College of Communication where she studied journalism and political science.
Kalie chose to attend Boston University because she felt Boston would provide her with a diverse experience to help her grow as a journalist, and she was not disappointed. While at BU Kalie reported and produced stories ranging from the 2024 Boston Olympic Bid to the 2014 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Race. She also interned for NBC Affiliate Station-7NEWS WHDH, and The Dr. Phil Television show.
In addition to her passion for journalism Kalie loves to travel. Kalie has been to over 20 different countries! Whether it is singing to orphans in Peru, visiting the pyramids in Egypt or trekking to the base of Mount Everest, Kalie loves the thrill of stepping outside her comfort zone to experience new people, adventures and cultures.
She is a Chicago native, who loves deep-dish pizza, the Cubs, and most importantly, the NHL Blackhawks. She is very excited to live on the Western Slope and experience all that Colorado has to offer.
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The film's historic win at the 89th annual Academy Awards gives hope to the black and gay communities.
Muhammad Ali Jr. and his mother, both U.S. citizens, were on MSNBC Monday to discuss being detained at a Florida airport after being asked about their religion.
The White House is expected to release a 'budget blueprint' Monday afternoon, adding $54 billion in defense and security funding while cutting that amount from 'lower priority programs' across government agencies. 'We're going to do more with less,' President Trump said Monday of the cuts to other departments. The budget blueprint marks the first step in what will be a lengthy negotiations process between the White House and Capitol Hill, with multiple rounds of discussions expected on the budget's specifics. Don't forget to tune in to MSNBC all day for updates and analysis.
St. Anthony Officer Jeronimo Yanez entered his plea Monday in a brief hearing. Ramsey County District Judge William Leary III set a May 30 trial date.
His lawyers said they doubt he can get a fair trial anywhere because he's been "demonized."