I grew up in Nikiski and have been reporting in Alaska for close to 10 years. I love being able to share stories, meet new people, and learn how others are inspiring change in our commu
I joined the KTVA weather team in the early 1990s serving as a full-time chief meteorologist, morning meteorologist and weekend meteorologist. I am now the team’s fill-in meteorologist.
As someone who was born and raised in Southern California, people are often surprised that I've made my way to states that have snow! I spent the last five years before moving to Alaska in Iowa.
As a lifelong Alaskan, I've lived in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau; I received my journalism degree at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Hey, friends! I’m Liz Thomas, digital content manager for KTVA.com. I’ve always considered myself to be adventurous, so when the opportunity arose to come work in Anchorage, I made the leap.
Packing my life and my cat into a car and driving from Texas to Alaska in the Summer of 2015 was the most exciting, scariest, and best decision I've ever made.
I have lived in Alaska for most of my life and have a passion for covering state politics that leads to my spending a lot of time in Juneau, away from home in Anchorage.
I’m one of those lucky people doing exactly what I aspired to while growing up in East Meadow, New York.
I'm originally from the East Coast but I came to Alaska several decades ago looking for a summer adventure and (you guessed it!) never left.
After working in the broadcast news industry for six years, I moved to Alaska to work for KTVA in November 2013 and quickly realized my new home had many fascinating stories to tell.
One of the biggest joys and honor of my long career in journalism has been to bring you KTVA’s Frontiers show every Sunday.
I’m a Montana girl who found her home in the mountains of Alaska. In 2011, I moved to Anchorage from Eugene, Oregon where I spent four years as a reporter/photographer for KEZI