Katherine Phillips, KSEE24 News

Katherine Phillips

KSEE24 News

Fresno, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • KSEE24 News
Past:
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WTOC11
  • WIS News 10
  • WBTV News
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • Region 8 News

Recent articles by Katherine:

Bill to combat smash-and-grab robberies in California unveiled

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KSEE) – California voters may get the chance to bring down the $950-and-above threshold for felony thefts in California – a change introduced by Proposition 47’s passing eight years ago. AB-1603, introduced by Assemblymember Rudy Salas, would bring down the threshold amount for felony theft and shoplifting from $950 to $400. Nearly 60% […] → Read More

Mayor Jerry Dyer discusses goal to lower Fresno’s violent crime rate in 2022

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) – With 2021 officially behind us, Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer is looking ahead to 2022. With one full year in office under his belt, Mayor Dyer is getting ready for the year ahead. His biggest priority for his second year in office, lowering the city’s violent crime rate. Dyer says in 2021 […] → Read More

‘It’s not going to end anytime soon’: City Hall offers booster shots

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) – With the omicron variant of COVID-19 spreading in several Central Valley counties, health officials from the City of Fresno are encouraging locals to get their COVID-19 booster shot. With Christmas behind us, but New Year’s Eve on the horizon, nearly a hundred people lined the halls of Fresno City Hall on […] → Read More

High COVID-19 test demand expected as the holiday season continues

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) – Across the Central Valley, as travelers return home from Christmas gatherings, lines at COVID-19 test centers are filling up, and at home antigen tests disappear from shelves. UCSF’s Dr. Kenny Banh says they anticipated this happening as demand was high going into the holiday weekend. “With the omicron variant, I think […] → Read More

Proposed changes to Horry County Council districts could cost Carolina Forest seats

Carolina Forest is one of the fastest-growing areas in South Carolina, and could see changes in government representation. → Read More

Horry County Councilman introduces ordinance to limit public comment at council meetings

If put in effect, the ordinance would keep anyone from speaking during public comments more than once every 60 days. → Read More

Grand Strand, Pee Dee leaders remember longtime state senator Hugh Leatherman

The longtime state lawmaker passed away Friday at the age of 90. → Read More

Funding to study needs, improvement of Highway 90 approved

Officials said the study could take years to complete. → Read More

‘It’s tough hiring teachers.’ HCS gives updates on vacant positions

With $125 million from the American Rescue Plan flowing into Horry County Schools, the district had to spend 20% of the money specifically on addressing pandemic learning loss. → Read More

City of Conway may become latest municipality to implement limitation on open carry

City leaders in Conway are considering placing limitations on when and where people can open carry within city limits. → Read More

Proposed routes for Carolina Bays extension could cut through farm on SC/NC state line

Plans from the North Carolina Department of Transportation show some proposed routes could put one farm out of business. → Read More

Myrtle Beach leaders review updated plans for state of the art surf park

Current plans have it being built near the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. → Read More

Myrtle Beach leaders review updated plans for state of the art surf park

Current plans have it being built near the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. → Read More

Grand Strand area hospitals prep to distribute COVID vaccines to 5-11 year olds

The Food and Drug Administration authorized the use of the Pfizer vaccine in kids aged 5 to 11 years old and Grand Strand-area healthcare centers are getting ready to distribute. → Read More

Canadian tourists eager to make return to Myrtle Beach once land border reopens

After months of not being able to cross the border between the United States and Canada, the border is set to reopen on November 8. → Read More

‘Bit of a ghost town vibe:’ South of the Border visitors say attraction’s upgrades are much needed

Renovations are currently underway at the rest stop and attraction off Interstate 95. → Read More

‘I wanted to prove a point to girls that it’s okay to play:’ Johnsonville 8th grader only girl on football team

If you look closely at the sidelines of any Johnsonville High B team football game, a long braided ponytail should catch your eye. → Read More

Candidates seek to fill three open seats on Myrtle Beach City Council

Three incumbents and a pair of new challengers are running for council seats in Myrtle Beach. → Read More

Grand Strand Humane Society looking for new location after rats damage building

The Grand Strand Humane Society is officially looking for a new permanent location after a rat infestation caused them to move to a temporary location this summer. → Read More

Newcomer seeks to unseat longtime mayor in North Myrtle Beach mayoral race

Two people are vying for the North Myrtle Beach mayor’s seat in the November election. → Read More