Kevin Robertson anchors the morning news on 630 CHED, alongside Bob Layton, Bruce Bowie, and Ryan Jespersen.
Born and raised in Saskatoon, SK, Kevin was trained in broadcasting at WABC, and worked for two years as a news reporter and anchor at CJWW-AM.
He came to Edmonton and joined the iNews880/630 CHED news team in 2011.
Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids, playing video or board games and fine-tuning his skills on the guitar and drums.
It’s taking longer for hip and knee replacement surgeries to get done in Alberta, according to a Canadian Institute for Health Information report . Continue reading →
A huge sigh of relief at MacEwan University as the school has recovered almost all of the $11.8 million that was lost in a phishing scam late last year. Continue reading →
A man in his 50s was taken to hospital Monday night, after being cut across the back of the neck during a fight at a home in the Strathearn neighbourhood. Continue reading →
A man was taken to hospital in serious condition after a shooting early Tuesday morning in northeast Edmonton’s McLeod neighbourhood. Continue reading →
Just under 20,000 kilograms of food was collected at Candy Cane Lane this Christmas season. Continue reading →
Premier Rachel Notley is ready for 2018. With the NDP past the halfway point toward a 2019 election, the plan is to stay the course. Continue reading →
A Calgary lawyer has stepped forward and become the first candidate in the Alberta Party leadership race. Continue reading →
Edmonton’s food bank is in desperate need as we head into the holidays, but an opportunity to help is underway. Continue reading →
“We need the opportunity to bring our ’60s Scoop survivors together in Alberta to create a safe environment for them to share their stories.” Continue reading →
A teen has been charged after a fight club incident in Spruce Grove that sent a Grade 8 boy to hospital. Continue reading →
A former city councillor isn’t expecting much of a turnout in the upcoming municipal election. Continue reading →
An effort to make sure no Canadian soldier is forgotten has made its way from a cemetery in Edmonton all the way to Poland. Continue reading →
Edmonton’s unemployment rate is at the highest it’s been in decades, and it’s going to take a while to get back down. Continue reading →
The phaseout of coal power has raised lots of unanswered questions for towns that depend on the industry. Continue reading →
The Carrot community coffeehouse wants its piano back. Continue reading →