Kim’s reporting career with 680 CJOB started with a bang in the spring of 2011. Within a few short months, she covered a flood, the return of the Winnipeg Jets and a provincial election campaign.
After never thinking she wanted to work in radio, she found her passion for the storytelling opportunities it offers while doing an internship at CJOB as a Creative Communications student.
Kim grew up in Killarney and studied English and philosophy at Brandon University before moving to Winnipeg. In her spare time, she loves to read, travel and watch the Blue Jays.
Winnipeg police posted a photo of a ticket handed out this week featuring a fine of $1163.00. Continue reading →
Some residents in Osborne Village were confused and startled Sunday evening when what sounded like an emergency alert warning of an imminent nuclear missile attack was broadcast over a loudspeaker in the area. The alert is unfounded. Continue reading →
A Winnipeg hockey player on the Humboldt Broncos team has survived a deadly bus crash that claimed the lives of 14 people. Continue reading →
More than 10,000 people in Manitoba were without power Monday morning due to the heavy snow. Continue reading →
An eyesore in the city centre for years, the Casa Loma billboard was slated for an upgrade, which then got shot down. But wait… Continue reading →
Police believe impaired driving is a factor in a crash involving a transit bus Thursday morning in St. Vital. Continue reading →
The University of Manitoba Students Union will debate the future of the school’s student newspaper Thursday night. Continue reading →
Winnipeg police advised motorists to avoid bridges Thursday evening after the city was hit with below freezing temperatures. Continue reading →
Sears is leaving CF Polo Park. The struggling department store chain announced Friday night it is closing 10 more department stores. Continue reading →
The Winnipeg police bomb unit is on scene of a suspicious package reportedly attached to a fuel tank of a truck in the 700 block of Marion Street. Continue reading →
CUPE Local 500 and the City of Winnipeg have reached a tentative settlement. Continue reading →
CUPE Local 500 President Gord Delbridge says the latest offer is a four-year deal that would see a wage freeze in the first year, a one per cent increase in both the second and third years, and a 1.25 per cent increase in the fourth. Continue reading →
As with many big ideas, this one started with a group of friends chatting over drinks. Stuart Breckon and his buddies have decided to give an old grain elevator in Inglis, Manitoba a new paint job. Continue reading →