Originally from Chicago, Kim Shine is happy to call Michiana home.
She’s worked in both Champaign, Ill., and Milwaukee, and has been a reporter, anchor and a producer.
Kim has covered a wide range of stories from tornadoes to presidential visits.
She is also an award-winning, and Emmy-nominated, producer.
Kim has a bachelor’s degree from Grand Valley State University (Go Lakers!) and earned her master's from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
Outside of work Kim likes writing, exploring, brunch and music.
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