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Katie Corrado is the weekend evening anchor and a weekday reporter at FOX 61.

Katie has been part of the FOX61 news team since 2014, covering general assignment news with a focus on investigations. Her in-depth reports have delved into everything from nursing home abuse to unsolved murders to a week-long series on mental health. Katie was also the first TV reporter to land an exclusive interview with Aaron Hernandez’s family following the football star’s death.

Prior to Hartford, Katie spent two years as an anchor/reporter at the NBC/CBS affiliates in Syracuse, New York. While in Syracuse, Katie reported live from New York City for the dedication of the 9/11 Museum, as well as during Hurricane Sandy and several of Syracuse’s notorious snow storms. Her live reporting during major flooding was recognized by the Syracuse Press Club.

Katie graduated with honors from Fordham University, where she was named a recipient of the prestigious Edward A. Walsh Scholarship and anchored the Fordham Nightly News. She has interned with FOX5, CBS Newspath, Ralph Lauren and the investigative unit at WABC.

Katie’s work has twice been recognized by the New York State Associated Press Broadcaster’s Association.

She is an active member of New York Women in Communications and a recipient of its competitive scholarships — one of only two women in organization history to receive the honor three times.

A proud New Jersey native, Katie is thrilled to be living out her childhood journalism dream in Connecticut.

When not at work, you can often find Katie at her local Pure Barre studio, doing DIY projects or experimenting (often unsuccessfully) in the kitchen.


Recent Articles
  • Police: Bridgeport man faces murder charges after stabbing niece to death

    BRIDGEPORT — A Bridgeport man is facing murder charges after police said he stabbed his 16-year-old niece to death. Police said that on Monday night at around 10:15, Richard Segabiro, 31, called police dispatch and said that he just killed his 16-year-old daughter. Police rushed to the scene at 2292 Fairfield Avenue. When officers arrived, they found Segabiro covered in blood. His daughter was actually his niece, Francine Nyanzanika, who he raised as his daughter. She was found dead in […]

  • One of Connecticut’s top educators sounds off on Florida school shooting

    HARTFORD —  The shooting in Parkland, Florida is on the mind of Fran Rabinowitz, the Executive Director of the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents. “Superintendents and teachers are angry,” said Rabinowitz. “We’re going beyond the grieving piece now and we’re saying, so what is it that America needs to do to change this?” Rabinowitz said there are already several measures in place to keep schools safe, including classroom doors that lock but can be opened from the inside, and […]

  • Sen. Suzio challenges Eversource bill information

    HARTFORD —  State Senator Len Suzio claims thousands of Connecticut consumers with third-party energy suppliers are being charged incorrect rates. He said he noticed the problem first on his own bill. Sen. Suzio said Houston-based Spark Energy is his electric supplier, and Eversource is his power company. He said his December bill showed his next cycle rate would be $.007 kWh, but when he received his January bill, the rate from Spark Energy was actually $.1299 kWh. “In my case, […]

  • AAA: Potholes causing spike in flat tires in Greater Hartford

    HARTFORD —  On Monday, AAA of Greater Hartford said that emergency calls for flat tires are up 25 percent over last year. The organization has received more than 5,000 calls for flats so far this year, including 150 on Sunday alone. AAA says potholes can’t be blamed for all the flat tires, but can certainly be blamed for an overall increase, thanks to the season’s extreme cold, followed by a thaw. Many potholes may also be mistaken for puddles, making them […]

  • Major fuel spill in Newington goes unnoticed for months, will cost town millions

    NEWINGTON —  Between 18,000 and 19,000 gallons of diesel fuel leaked from the underground vault of a fuel tank in Newington for 12-13 months, unnoticed. The tank sat at the Newington Board of Education’s bus garage on Garfield Street. Town Attorney Ben Ancona said a resident who smelled gas notified the town on December 27th, and excavation began immediately. More than 6,000 tons of contaminated soil have since been removed from the lot. The leak happened in what should have […]

  • Simsbury business owners face deportation to China

    SIMSBURY — Sunday was a day filled with raw emotion outside Deco Salon in Simsbury. The owners of the salon – known affectionately as Tony and Kris – are due to be deported on Friday, February 16, so the community is pushing back. “This family was escaping persecution to come here, ” said State Senator Beth Bye of Farmington, “They’ve come here, they’ve set up a business, and they’re important community members and our community members are saying ‘we’re with […]

  • Proposal to consolidate state’s community colleges

    HARTFORD —  State lawmakers asked the tough questions of Mark Ojakian, President of Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, Tuesday afternoon about the consolidation plan for Connecticut’s community colleges. The proposal, approved by the Board of Regents in December, consolidates the state’s 12 community colleges into one central system with three regional presidents. It would cut roughly 200 high-level administrative jobs, while saving the state an estimated $28 million per year. President Ojakian said a more streamlined approach is critical if […]

  • A day later, fire at Willimantic recycling plant under control

    WILLIMANTIC — A day after a massive fire broke out at a Connecticut waste and recycling plant, the blaze has been declared under control. Windham Fire Chief Marc Scrivner said the fire that destroyed a 100,000 square foot building at the Willimantic Waste Paper Company continued to smolder Monday, but is not expected to grow. “We certainly don’t have any reason to believe there’s any criminal aspect, but we haven’t ruled that out either,” said Chief Scrivener. Crews worked Monday […]

  • Ben Shapiro UConn speech sells out in minutes

    STORRS —  Former Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro’s speech at UConn sold out within minutes Wednesday afternoon. Wristbands for the event were supposed to be given out starting at 1 p.m., but organizers said they started handing them out at 11:30 a.m., because the line was so long. Of the event’s 500 tickets, 150 non-reserved tickets were gone by about 1:05 p.m. “I got there around 12, thinking there would be a long line and sure enough, there was,” said UConn […]

  • UConn prepares for dueling College Democrats, Republicans events

    STORRS —  On Wednesday, College Republicans and College Democrats are hosting their first events since violence erupted at a College Republicans event with Lucian Wintrich in November. This time around, both events will be held at the same time. College Republicans are hosting former Breitbart Editor Ben Shapiro. In response, College Democrats are hosting Current Affairs Editor Nathan Robinson, whose speech is called “Ben Shapiro is Not as Insightful as He Thinks.” “I think that having someone come with that […]