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Katie Corrado is the weekend evening anchor and a weekday reporter at FOX61.

Prior to Hartford, Katie spent two years as the weekend evening anchor and a reporter at the NBC/CBS affiliates in Syracuse, New York.

She was the only Syracuse reporter live from the dedication of the 9/11 Museum at Ground Zero. Katie also reported during Hurricane Sandy and several Syracuse snow storms, and her live reporting during major flooding was recognized by the Syracuse Press Club. She also covered visits from President Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton and the Dalai Llama.
Katie graduated cum laude from Fordham University, where she anchored the Fordham Nightly News and was named an Edward A. Walsh scholarship recipient. She interned with FOX5 (WNYW), CBS Newspath and the Investigative Unit at WABC.

While in college, Katie’s work was twice recognized by the New York State Associated Press Broadcaster’s Association.

Katie is a three-time scholarship recipient of New York Women in Communications Foundation, and is an active member of New York Women in Communications.

Katie has wanted to be a broadcast journalist since the sixth grade, and is living out her dream. She’s happy to now call Connecticut her home.

Recent Articles
  • Murphy continues walk across the state

    SOUTHINGTON  — Senator Chris Murphy continued his ‘Walk Across Connecticut’ tour on Tuesday, stopping in Middletown, Meriden, Southington, Wolcott, and Waterbury. The senator began his trek near the Rhode Island border on Sunday, walking approximately 25 miles per day and talking to residents along the way. He is ending each day with a pop-up town hall meeting. “This is all about me getting a better handle on what people want me to be doing in Washington,” said Sen. Murphy. “I can sit […]

  • Connecticut craft breweries raising concerns over possible beer merger

    HARTFORD — Owners of several Connecticut craft beer companies came together Monday afternoon to speak with Sen. Richard Blumenthal, voicing concerns over a possible merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SAB Miller. “If you see those two companies come together, that one company will now own 85-90% of the entire worldwide beer market,” said Curt Cameron, co-founder of Thomas Hooker Brewery. “The challenge for us little guys is how do we compete in a market with these really big guys.” Cameron […]

  • Guilford sees spike in burglaries, asks residents to remain vigilant

    GUILFORD —  Police are asking residents to remain vigilant after a string of burglaries, approximately 10 in the last month. Police said the thief or thieves is gaining entry through unlocked doors or windows. All the burglaries have taken place during the daytime, roughly between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., at homes on cul-de-sac or down long driveways. “It appears that the suspect is knocking on doors or ringing doorbells prior to entering the residences to try to determine if someone […]

  • Congressman Larson proposes nationwide infrastructure plan, proposal for Hartford tunnel project

    HARTFORD —  On Tuesday afternoon, Congressman John Larson (D-Hartford) announced plans to introduce the ‘America Wins Act.’ The bill would invest $1 trillion in infrastructure over the next 10 years. Among the projects it would fund is the Interstate 84 and Interstate 91 tunnel from Flatbush Avenue in Hartford to Roberts Street in East Hartford. Larson said the construction would create lasting economic development in the Capitol Region and offer new business opportunities along the Connecticut River. “Close to 55-60 […]

  • Legal battle continues for Litchfield chabad center

    LITCHFIELD — A lawsuit dragging on for 10 years and counting continued its legal battle in New Haven federal court on Monday. Chabad Lubavitch of Litchfield County is suing the Litchfield Historic District Commission, alleging religious discrimination. Chabad Lubavitch has owned the building at 85 West Street for 15 years, but the property sits vacant. The Borough of Litchfield said the chabad’s plans to expand the existing building are not in keeping with the district’s character and are too big […]

  • State budget crisis having impact on disabled residents

    HARTFORD —  Non-profit day programs for the disabled were forced to close for the day Wednesday because of a furlough enforced by the state. This will be one of six furlough days spaced throughout the year. Program providers, caregivers, parents and people with disabilities gathered on the steps of the capitol Wednesday morning to demand a fair budget from lawmakers. 300 people attended day programs at Harc in Hartford. Harc CEO Andrea Barton Reaves said 60 of those participants live […]

  • Police say missing Meriden mom has been located, baby is safe

    MERIDEN — A mother and her newborn baby have been located safe according to police. Details are few, but Meriden police said  Ashley Correra-Graham, 23, and her infant daughter, Esperanza Lopez were safe. On Monday night, Meriden Police had issued a silver alert for the baby. Early Tueday morning., Correra-Graham emailed FOX61, saying she and her nine-day-old daughter is safe. Correra-Graham claimed DCF is trying to violate her rights as a parent. She said that if she was a danger to […]

  • Residents say mice, mold, roaches still a problem in Hartford apartments

    HARTFORD — A week after Teri Morrison told HUD officials about mice in her apartment, she says nothing has changed. “Nothing has been done since that meeting. We have not had an exterminator since that meeting. Mice are everywhere, in the bathrooms, in the bedrooms in the kitchens,” said Morrison. Morrison and other tenants of the Clay Arsenal Renaissance Apartments aired their grievances last week about units filled with mold, broken windows, and infestations of cockroaches and mice. Morrison says […]

  • Controversy over the history of post on Waterbury green

    WATERBURY — The post on the Waterbury Green as been an unassuming part of city history for decades, but a performance piece posted to Facebook over the weekend is drawing attention to the fact that it was once also a whipping post. In the piece, a young community activist is seen bloody and whipped, reenacting what it may have been like for a slave to be whipped at such a post. Rachel Guest, Library Director of Waterbury’s Silas Bronson Library, […]

  • Only on FOX61: Calls for further investigation into East Granby soldier’s death

    HARTFORD —  The family and friends of a Connecticut soldier hit and killed by a car in Tennessee last year are crying foul over his death. Austin McGeough, 21 of East Granby, was an Army Specialist stationed at Ft. Campbell, TN. In the early hours of October 15, 2016, Cheatham County investigators said McGeough left a house party in the town of Pleasant View, drunk and on drugs. They said he broke into a nursery, called 911 to report being […]