Kim Tams

Videographer

I started at Global News back in 2003. It was the start of my journalism career. Over the years I have become a master at multi-tasking. I shoot, I edit and I have anchored the 6 o’clock news.

While most people use Lethbridge as a stepping stone to a larger market I have chosen to stay in Southern Alberta. I love the small town mentality and now call Coaldale home. I recently took a year off for maternity leave to dedicate my time to my daughter Luca. I’m now back at Global News and am currently working as a part time videographer.

April 15, 2015 6:01 pm

Subway robberies may be resolved without a trial

A B.C. man facing robbery charges will be back in Lethbridge court on Friday Chad Hansen’s lawyer appeared in Lethbridge court Wednesday but his matter was adjourned until Wednesday. Hansen and Nicholas Funk, both 21, are accused of robbing two Lethbridge Subway restaurants last year. In his previous court appearance, Hansen’s lawyer said she wants… Continue reading 

April 8, 2015 6:12 pm

Prominent Lethbridge Politician John Gogo, 83, dies

On the same day an early Spring election was called, came word of the passing of one of Lethbridge’s most impactful members of the legislative assembly. Former Lethbridge-West MLA John Gogo died at St. Michael’s Palliative Care Centre on Saturday April 4, at the age of 83. He leaves behind his wife of 65 years… Continue reading 

March 18, 2015 6:18 pm

The art of composite sketching

Van Seters says the main purpose of forensic art is to generate leads for investigators, even if not every part of the drawing is 100 percent accurate. Composite art is designed to be a representation of the witnesses memory – not a portrait of a person. Continue reading 

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