Meet the News Team

Matt Breen

"I wanna be a lawyer!"  That’s what Matt thought growing up in his hometown of Fort Dodge, Iowa. Then, in college, he stumbled upon the other "family business."

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Ashly Richardson

Ashly Richardson joined the KTIV team in November of 2016. She loves how every day is different in news. She also loves being able to

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Travis Hoffer

Travis is a Sioux City native that now resides in the town of Akron, Iowa with his three children Anastasia, Quentin, and Elijah. This is his

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Blake Branch

Blake Branch joined KTIV in August of 2016 as Assignment Editor and Producer and now is the Internet Director. Blake is born and raised in

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Meet the Storm Team 4 Weather Team

Ron Demers

When Ron Demers (pronounced da-MARS) was growing up in Storm Lake, Iowa, he never would have guessed he’d be doing weather for the station he grew up watching.

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Meet the Sports Fource Team

Meet the Sales Team

Amy Nilles

Amy Nilles is a native of Sgt. Bluff, Iowa. She began her career in television as the morning editor in the News Department at KTIV.

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Kelcy Shoemaker

Kelcy grew up in Sioux City and graduated from The University of South Dakota in 2012 with a major in Contemporary Media and Journalism.

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Xava Parra

Xava Joined KTIV in December of 2017. She is very excited to be a part of Siouxland’s #1 News Channels team.

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STORMTEAM 4 FORECAST
Starting to feel more like winter

Starting to feel more like winter

Tomorrow will be a bit warmer, with a high in the mid 20s.

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Anniversary/Birthday salutes

KTIV will help celebrate birthdays of 80 years or more and anniversaries of 50 years or more in an announcement each weekday during “News 4 at Noon.”
KTIV will help celebrate any Siouxland child turning 4.

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While we encourage you to record our newscasts if you expect to be featured, KTIV does make copies of local newscasts as a convenience to our viewers.

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