Kelcey Carlson Bio, Wiki
Kelcey Carlson is an American anchor/ Reporter working for FOX 9 serving the station as an anchor. She has been working with this station since 2014.
Kelcey Carlson Age
Carlson manages to keep information regarding her dates of birth away from the limelight. An update of her age will be done once she has made the information public. However, judging from her appearance, she might be in her 50s.
Kelcey Carlson Height/Measurements
Carlson stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Kelcey Carlson Education
Carlson Graduated from Indiana University in 1996 with a bachelor of arts in broadcast journalism and political science.
Kelcey Carlson Career
Carlson works at FOX 9 where she serves as an anchor. While at the station, she received a tip about Prince’s death and was the first reporter to arrive at Paisley Park on the morning of his death. Additionally, Kelcey field-anchored FOX 9’s coverage that day, and she also field-anchored live coverage after the explosion at Minnehaha Academy. In her time at FOX 9, she has covered the Super Bowl in Houston and the Super Bowl in our backyard here in the Twin Cities.
Moreover, also helped to break the news of P.J. Fleck’s hiring at the University of Minnesota with the help of her contacts from back in Kalamazoo. Prior to joining, FOX 9, she worked at WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina. Hired initially as a reporter, Carlson moved on to anchor weekend newscasts and then the weekday morning show. While there, she covered several big hurricanes in her time there, including Hurricane Isabel which devastated the southern Outer Banks. In addition to that, she also covered the Duke Lacrosse case and was in charge of the station’s coverage of the criminal case against presidential candidate John Edwards.
Aside from that, Kelcey was also living near Boylston Street after running in the Boston Marathon in 2013 after the bombings happened. Moreover, she earned Emmy nominations for her enterprise reporting. Her work on John Edwards’ criminal case, and won an Emmy for Best Weekend Newscast. On top of that, she spent 10 and a half years in Raleigh and values the experience. She gained there covering Federal Courts, Final Four wins, and the Hurricane’s Stanley Cup victory.
Kelcey Carlson WWMT-Ch. 3
Before that, Carlson served as an anchor and reporter at WWMT-Ch. 3 in Kalamazoo. While at the station, she was sent to cover several big stories. Which included the execution of Timothy McVeigh, and the 2000 Presidential Election uncertainty in West Palm Beach, FL. In addition to that, she also started doing more investigative reporting, earning awards for her stories on the Sex Offender Registry. She was later named weekday morning anchor. Moreover, she began her career at CBS affiliate WBTW where she served as a weekend producer.
While there, Carlson covered Hurricanes Bertha and Fran, and the crash of flight TWA 800. Later on, she earned a position as a “one-man band” reporter/photographer, shooting and editing her own stories for daily newscasts. Furthermore, she is an avid runner, completing 31 marathons to date. That includes 7 Boston Marathons, 3 of which she qualified under the men’s timing standard. Additionally, she has been on many tough and emotional assignments, but standing near Boylston Street after the bombings was one of the most emotional. Juggling live shots and messages from friends and family checking to see if she was okay, the story hit a deeply personal level.
In addition to that, Kelcey also runs Chicago, Berlin, and Grandma’s Marathon. And once upon a time, she won a marathon. It was the Grandfather Mountain Marathon in Boone, North Carolina in 2011, just 4 months after her second child was born. When she was nearing the finish line, a woman standing out on the mountain road yelled, “Have you ever won a marathon before?” To which she replied, “No ma’am!” The woman yelled back, “Well, you’re about to win one today!” But by far her favorite and most important assignment is her family.
They are her biggest accomplishments in life and family time is always the best time. When they can, they like to get away to their cabin in Wisconsin to fish, relax and simply waste some time together. Moreover, she has served on the board for Girls on the Run in both Kalamazoo and Raleigh. And she is currently on the board of The Positive Coaching Alliance in Minnesota. She and her husband also produce a podcast for PCA called “My Sports Life for PCA MN” in which they’ve interviewed athletes like Lou Nanne, Matt Birk, Corey Koskie, and others about their path to success and overcoming tough odds.
Kelcey Carlson’s Net Worth
In Carlson’s career as an anchor, she has been able to accumulate a net worth ranging between $1 Million and $3 Million.
How Much Does Kelcey Carlson Earn?
She receives annual earnings that range between $35,000 and $100,000.
Kelcey Carlson’s Parents and Siblings
Carlson was born and raised in the United States, she manages to keep information regarding her parents and whether or not she has any siblings away from the limelight. An update of her family information will be done when available.
Kelcey Carlson Spouse
Carlson manages to keep information regarding whether or not she is in marriage private. An update of her marital status will be done when available.
Kelcey Carlson Kids
Carlson manages to keep information regarding whether she has any children away from the public. However, once available, an update regarding her children will be done
Kelcey Carlson FOX 9
Carlson works at FOX 9 where she works alongside her fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;
- Hannah Flood
- Leah Beno
- Tim Blotz
- Tom Butler
- Bisi Onile-Ere
- Amy Hockert
- Alix Kendall
- Alex Lehnert
- Ian Leonard
- Kendall Mark
Kelcey Carlson Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
She is vocal on her social media accounts where she posts frequently. On her Twitter account, she has about 9k followers, around 9k followers on her Facebook page, and about 1k followers on her Instagram account.