Kerry McAthey has lived in Edmonton her whole life. She studied communications at MacEwan University, majoring in journalism.
After an internship at iNews880, Kerry joined the 24-hour news team in October 2016.
Currently, Kerry is an anchor and reporter for iNews880 and 630 CHED.
Kerry’s focus as a reporter is breaking news as well as stories local to the Edmonton area.
The Alberta education minister is working towards reducing the number of students per class across the province. Continue reading →
Four buildings were caught up in a blaze that start at 193 Avenue and 67 Street. Continue reading →
A team of researchers is working to streamline the process of analyzing cannabis products so they can be cleared to go to market. Continue reading →
A symposium on Alternative Dispute Resolution will be the first of its kind for Alberta. Continue reading →
STARS transported a woman with severe injuries from Drayton Valley to an Edmonton hospital after she was struck by a vehicle. Continue reading →
The charity looks to empower people to understand coding, and use it in whatever ways they can. Continue reading →
More than a hundred people gathered Sunday night in Edmonton to hold a vigil for eight-year-old girl Asifa Bano, who was kidnapping, raped, and murdered in India. Continue reading →
This year’s winner shows that using a wheelchair in Edmonton may be more difficult than previously thought. Continue reading →
An RCMP pilot project focused on the Wetaskiwin area is seeing some results. Continue reading →
It’s the first graphic novel Edmonton artist Tayson Martindale has published, and he’ll be holding a book signing and meet and greet on Wednesday at West Edmonton Coin & Stamp. Continue reading →
Ensuring the voices of parents are heard was a prominent topic at the Alberta School Council Association’s conference. Continue reading →
Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe says it’s in his province’s best interest that the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project go forward. Continue reading →
The brother of one of the St. Albert players killed in the Humboldt Broncos crash says Stephen Wack was the most modest and selfless person he knew. Continue reading →
A local cafe is serving as a drop-off spot for a good cause. Continue reading →
The Walk in Her Shoes event kicked off for the first time in Edmonton on March 24. Continue reading →