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Katie Boer is two-time EMMY nominated reporter and fill-in meteorologist at Q 13 FOX in Seattle, WA

Seattle is HOME to this Pacific Northwest gal! Prior to returning back to her roots, Katie was the Weekend Meteorologist & Reporter in Las Vegas, NV. But most of her stops in TV have remained around the Northwest, previously serving as the Weekday Morning Meteorologist at KREM 2 & KSKN in Spokane, WA and was a weather anchor/reporter at KVAL in Eugene, OR. Prior to KVAL, Katie worked as an anchor/reporter at KPIC in Roseburg.

She’s a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and creative, hands-on journalist known for her out-of-the-box reports–including extreme stunts like skydiving, lawn mower racing and scuba diving with nearly 200 sharks for her “Extreme Katie” sports segment in Eugene.

Katie is an advocate for dementia awareness and a big supporter of education. She regularly speaks to elementary students about setting goals and meteorology.

Katie graduated from Biola University in southern California in two and a half years with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and received her meteorology certification from Mississippi State University.

She’s a former ball girl for the Seattle Mariners and an avid Seattle sports fan. When she’s not working, she’s at the dog park with her golden retriever Murphy.

Share your story ideas, feedback, weather pictures, or just say hello by emailing her at kboer@kcpq.com or connect with her on Facebook or Twitter @katieboertv.


Recent Articles
  • 2 Bremerton police officers recovering after wanted man opens fire following traffic stop

    Two Bremerton police officers are recovering after a man opened fire on them Sunday morning.

  • 20-year-old road rage victim was mom who ‘could light up the world just walking into the room’

    LYNNWOOD, Wash. — The family of a Lynnwood woman is begging for the public’s help. They’re hoping witnesses can provide police with details about a road rage incident that turned deadly along I-5 near Roanoke Street in Seattle. The Washington State Patrol says the road rage incident ended in a crash that killed 20-year-old Taylor Hulsey early Sunday morning. Police are still trying to figure out who is responsible. Now, 11 days before Christmas,  Hulsey’s friends and family must plan […]

  • Cold case arrest: Residents had feared for 28 years that murder suspect lived among them

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. — A big break in a decades-old Whatcom County cold case. On Wednesday, county prosecutors announced they think they know who kidnapped, raped and murdered 18-year-old Mandy Stavik more than 28 years ago. A day earlier, police arrested 50-year-old Timothy Bass, who lived just down the street from where Mandy lived. Prosecutors say new DNA technology helped them finally connect Bass as a suspect in Stavik’s death.  A co-worker had provided police with a cup that Bass had […]

  • Parents on edge as police search for man accused of luring children, groping girl in Renton Walmart

    RENTON, Wash.—New details emerged Tuesday as the search continues for a suspect believed to have been preying on children inside the Renton Walmart. We have clearer pictures of the man police say is responsible. He’s in his 30s, about 6 feet tall, with a slim build, and well-dressed. Police say this man was caught attempting to lure children multiple times, and is even accused of groping a 10-year old girl. Police want to find him, but they also need help […]

  • Man accused of groping, attempting to lure children at Renton Walmart

    Police are calling a black male, likely in his 30s, a suspect -- after allegedly assaulting a 10-year-old girl.

  • Police seek ID of man accused of groping girl in toy aisle at Renton Walmart

    RENTON, Wash. — Renton police are asking for the public’s help to try to identify a man accused of groping a 10-year-old girl in the toy section of Walmart. Detectives say he approached the girl Sunday afternoon in the Walmart at 743 Rainier Ave South and groped her. She was there with her cousin and they were the only two people in the aisle at the time, police said. He is described as a black male in his 30s, about […]

  • City of Seattle celebrates NHL announcement to accept expansion team application

    SEATTLE — The NHL is considering bringing a professional hockey team to Washington state. The NHL said Thursday they’d consider Seattle’s bid for an expansion team. That announcement came one day after a plan to renovate the KeyArena was approved by the Seattle City Council and signed by the mayor. On Thursday, the city of Seattle’s hockey hopes were the highest they’ve been in a century. A hundred years ago, Seattle was the first American hockey team to win the […]

  • Two drive-by ‘acid-like’ attacks damage cars outside Shoreline home

    SHORELINE, Wash. — A family in Shoreline is on edge after someone sprayed some sort of acid on their cars. I’ts now happened not once, but two separate times, the family says. Most recently on Thanksgiving morning. “They had like a super soaker type thing with some sort of acid substance and shot it down our driveway,” said mom and homeowner Shauna Hawthorne. “It bubbles straight to the metal of the vehicle.” The damage is obvious. And so far, it […]

  • Seahawks radio analyst, Hall of Fame QB Warren Moon accused of sexual harassment, battery

    SEATTLE — Hall of Famer and Seattle sports icon Warren Moon is being accused of sexual misconduct. A former executive assistant for Moon filed a lawsuit in Orange County, Calif., where she lives, alleging sexual harassment and battery by the former University of Washington Husky and former Seahawks quarterback. The lawsuit alleges that Moon required the woman to stay in the same hotel room and stay in the same bed with him on business trips; told her to wear “skimpy […]

  • Judge grants injunction, says ordinances violate Everett bikini barista’s amendment rights

    EVERETT, Wash. — Bikini baristas in Everett can wear or not wear what they want–at least for now. A U.S. District Judge granted a preliminary injunction Monday  allowing the baristas to continue wearing lingerie at some drive-through coffee stands despite the city of Everett’s efforts to make them cover up. “I think it was ridiculous,” said mom of two, Kristen McMahon of the city’s ordinances. McMahon has been a barista for ten years and says she’s saving up for college. […]