Katie Streit

NBC5 News reporter Katie Streit comes from her hometown, Las Vegas. Katie went to the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism & Media Studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

While in Las Vegas, Katie won a Student Emmy for her coverage of the Las Vegas Shooting Anniversary. She also hosted and produced the university's political news show, where she interviewed Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and Congresswoman Dina Titus (NV-1). Her passion for politics turned into a coveted internship at the US Capitol in Washington D.C. In her final months working in the Las Vegas area, she was recognized for her journalism achievements by the Nevada Broadcaster's Foundation.

Katie is excited to tell the stories of local Southern Oregonians and Northern Californians. Feel free to contact her at [email protected]


Katie's most recent stories:

Rogue Valley fire victims can speak to legislators

ASHLAND, Ore. – Southern Oregon fire victims are getting the chance to speak with state legislators Wednesday evening. They’re asked to participate in a virtual public hearing where they’ll be able to voice their concerns. Fire victims have until 5:30 pm Wednesday …

Breaking down Oregon’s risk levels

MEDFORD, Ore. – Several Southern Oregon counties, like Coos, Jackson, and Josephine will stay in the state’s extreme risk category Beginning Friday. However, Oregon’s largest county, Multnomah County, is being lowered from extreme to high despite having more cases. There are three …

Ashland man killed in Siskiyou Co. avalanche

YREKA, Cali. – Friends of an Ashland man who was killed Wednesday by an avalanche in Siskiyou talk about the loss. Thursday morning crews in Siskiyou Co. recovered the body of Ashland man Brooke Golling. After Golling and a friend were caught …

Rebuilding Talent with the Gateway Project

TALENT, Ore. – Talent City Council held a Virtual Town Hall Wednesday talking about rebuilding efforts after the Almeda Fire. At the Virtual Town Hall councilors proposed an outline of a new community within talent where displaced people can live. It’s called …