Kelcey Carlson Biography
Kelcey Carlson works at KMSP-FOX 9 channel based in Minneapolis and St Paul as a news anchor. She worked as a waitress and did other odd jobs for 2 years, after college. Her career began with her working for five years at Freedom Broadcasting (WWMT-TV) based in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Then he also worked as a weekend news anchor at WRAL-TV in July 2003. In 2009, she worked as a weekday morning news anchor and a fill-in anchor for Lynda Loveland 2009. In January 2014, she began working at the KMSP Fox 9 news team giving the evening bulletin after working for a decade at WRAL.
Kelcey Carlson Age
Kelcey was born in Lafayette, Indiana, the United States on September 12, 1975. She is 46 years old.
Kelcey Carlson Height
Kelcey stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6m tall.
Kelcey Carlson Education
Kelcey studied and graduated with a bachelor of arts in journalism and political science and a minor in French from Indiana University Bloomington.
Kelcey Carlson Family
Kelcey has managed to keep a low key on her parents and siblings, however, research on this is going on, and will soon fill out this section.
Kelcey Carlson Husband
Kelcey is a married woman to Dave Kent. Together they have three kids named; Charlie, Kellen, and Kathryn.
Kelcey Carlson Salary
Kelcey annually receives a salary of $72,862. This is according to KMSP-FOX 9 anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.
Kelcey Carlson Net Worth
Kelcey has an approximated net worth of $ 1 million.
Kelcey Carlson Career
As of now, Kelcey Carlson works at KMSP-FOX 9 channel based in Minneapolis and St Paul as a news anchor. She also worked as a weekend producer at a CBS affiliate WBTW in Florence/Myrtle Beach market, while here she covered various stories such as; Hurricanes Bertha as well as Fran, s the crash of flight TWA 800, this was in her first two months, later she earned herself work as a photographer and “one-man-band” reporter.
Then she worked in Kalamazoo, Michigan at WWMT-Ch. 3, during her time here she covered the execution of Timothy McVeigh, Uncertainty in West Palm Beach, FL as well as the 2000 Presidential Election, She was then titled the morning anchor.
She then served as an evening anchor at FOX 9 in Minnesota in 2014. She also became the first reporter to get to Paisley Park the morning that the Prince died, also she field anchored live after the explosion at Minnehaha Academy. During her time here, she covered the Super Bowl in Twin Cities as well as the Super Bowl in Houston, and also she also took part in breaking the news of P.J. Fleck’s hiring at the University of Minnesota. She worked as a reporter, then anchored the weekend newscasts and finished up by anchoring the weekend morning show at WRAL-TV based in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Into the bargain, she earned different awards because of her quality contribution to journalism. Also, for the best weekend newscast, she won the 2009 Mid-South Emmy, also because of her coverage of the fraud case of the Wake County Public School System transportation department and received an award from the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas (RTDNAC). Her most difficult story was coverage of the 2013 bombing at the annual Boston Marathon, although, she was a contestant in the marathon, she was not affected by the bomb directly.