Kadee Brosseau

Multi-Media Journalist

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kbrosseau@ky3.com

Meet KY3 reporter Kadee Brosseau.

Kadee joined the KY3 team in June 2016 after working for three years as an anchor and reporter at KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

Originally from Crane, Missouri, she is glad to be back home in the Ozarks. Kadee is a proud Tiger and graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 2013.

What drives Kadee in her work is her strong belief that everyone has a story worth telling. She loves meeting new people and having the privilege of sharing their stories every day. As a multi-media journalist, Kadee shoots, writes, and edits all of her own stories.

When she's not working, you'll likely find Kadee outside. From spending time at the lake to running on the trails, this country-girl has a love for the great outdoors, her family, and good home-cooking.

Kadee rarely meets a stranger, so feel free to drop her a line to tell her your story ideas or just to say "hi." She looks forward to getting to know the people of the Ozarks.


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