Kyle joined the Global News Lethbridge team in 2018. Before moving to southern Alberta, he worked at CKNW radio in his hometown of Vancouver as an anchor, radio reporter and web reporter for a little over a year.
Kyle graduated from BCIT in 2017, but before starting his career in broadcasting, he worked for the Surrey Now community newspaper as a news and sports reporter and photographer.
He enjoys chasing breaking news stories, but when he’s off the clock, he enjoys visiting his friends and family back on the west coast.
The latest Vital Signs report shows obesity rates have jumped more than 10 per cent from 2007-2008 to 2015-2016. Continue reading →
About 30 of the most talented axe throwers in western Canada were in Lethbridge over the weekend looking to chuck their way into a national championship. Continue reading →
A southern Alberta woman has been granted day parole after being sentenced for killing her mother in their Lethbridge home nearly two years ago. Continue reading →
A southern Alberta man who had more than 200 animals seized from his property will not spend any time behind bars. Continue reading →
The report stated there are 21 wind farms in the area, which could generate enough energy for about 100,000 Albertans. Continue reading →
Conrad van Hierden says he is feeling a little sour following the Canadian government’s announcement that they have reached a deal to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. Continue reading →
Data from the province shows one in 10 people in Alberta’s labour force is making less than $15 per hour. Continue reading →
Thousands of students in Lethbridge public schools will be taking part in the One District One Book initiative and a local couple has made a large donation towards the project. Continue reading →
Southern Alberta high school students came to Lethbridge last weekend to take part in a workshop that introduces teen girls to possible careers in film and TV. Continue reading →
Students at Lethbridge’s brand new middle school have the world at their fingertips with all of them carrying a laptop instead of a textbook. Continue reading →
University students are back in lecture halls, participating in labs and hitting the books – and come mid-October, they could be taking a different kind of hit. Continue reading →
Fire investigators were rummaging through the burned remains of a west side home on Monday after it went up in flames Saturday night. Continue reading →
Southern Alberta advocates are pleased with one MLA’s decision to put forward a private members bill aimed at banning gay conversion therapy across the province. Continue reading →
Following one of the most devastating wildfires in recent memory, federal, provincial and municipal agencies looked into what went wrong during last year’s Kenow Wildfire. Continue reading →
Two train cars made their way off the tracks about eight kilometres east of Coaldale on Friday morning. Continue reading →