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Kevin Kim Biography

Kevin Kim is an American anchor, reporter, and producer currently working as a reporter at the KHQ news team since 2018. He also worked as an anchor/reporter, producer, and digital producer at KOMU-TV, the NBC affiliate in Mid-Missouri.

Age

Kim grew up in Southern California but there is no information about the exact date of birth.

 Education

Kim attended and graduated from Glen A. Wilson High School in Hacienda Heights. Furthermore, he also graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Convergence Journalism.

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Kevin Kim Career

During his time in Columbia, Kevin covered the resignation of Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. (Including the court proceedings leading up to the resignation), the Table Rock Lake duck boat tragedy, and Mizzou football and men’s basketball. Besides, he also won a Hearst Award (2017-2018) for broadcast news.

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Owner: Thieves Break Into Spokane Home, Hold Yard Sale With Fundraiser Items Inside

Adopted From: khq.com
Updated: May 13, 2019

Thieves allegedly broke into a Spokane home and immediately held a yard sale, selling items that were inside.

“I couldn’t believe it. I’d never heard of anything like this,” said Karen Fournier, the owner.

The items were donated to Covenant Homes & Resources, a non-profit focusing on fixing old homes and properties to turn them into community centers.

The burglarized home is currently being renovated to become a safe house for pregnant women seeking help.

Everything stolen and/or sold was going to be sold at a fundraising event, which was supposed to be held this past Saturday.

“They were probably people we could’ve helped,” Fournier said, acknowledging the irony.

Karen was and still is, heartbroken about the entire incident. Therefore, shortly after finding out what happened, she wrote a note and posted it outside her home, which reads, “PLEASE. Stay out – this is for a nonprofit for housing. We were going to have a big sale on Saturday. I just cried for 30 minutes. Then I would have given you what you need. – Karen”

In addition, Fournier found a sign outside the home, reading, ‘YARD SALE’ with the arrow pointed at the home.

Although items were rearranged and furniture was rearranged to make it look like a legit sale, Fournier said.