Kathryn Herr

CBS47 Anchor, Kathryn Herr, is the co-anchor of Eyewitness News with Ken Malloy. Kathryn co-anchor’s the 5p.m., 6p.m., 7p.m. and 11p.m. newscasts.

Kathryn has been with CBS47 since 2001. She returned to her home state after work took her to Oregon and Idaho. 

Kathryn is an award-winning Anchor/Reporter who has covered a deadly school shooting, the Wesson mass murder in Fresno, and flown 600 miles per hour with pilots who provided security in the skies over Super Bowl 50. 

Prior to moving to Fresno, Kathryn co-anchored with her husband, Jim, at KMTR in Eugene, Oregon. She started her career at KIDK in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Kathryn is a proud graduate of U.C. Davis. She is an avid Dodgers fan and animal lover.

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Images from Armenia

Small patients in Armenia
Yerevan by night.
Dr. Jeff Thomas delivers.
Dr. Jeff Thomas delivers in Gyumri.
Doctors unpack medical supplies from The Central Valley.
Fresno Medical Mission at work.
Medical Supplies being unloaded.
Fresno Medical Mission at the ready.
KSEE24 crew witnesses the miracle of life in Gyumri, Armenia.
Life saving work of Central Valley surgeons in Armenia.
Ribbon cutting on new surgical center in Ashtarak Armenia. Fresno donors made this dream come true.
KSEE24 on assignment with the Fresno Medical Mission
Honorary Consulate to Armenia Berj Apkarian explains the crisis facing one hospital.
KSEE24's Stefani Booroojian and Kevin Mahan at the meeting with President Bako Sahakyan.
Medical Meeting in Artsakh.
The President of Artsakh meets with the Fresno Medical Mission.
Learning modern medicine techniques with the Fresno Medical Mission in surgery.
Leaning in for a look. Dr. Brien Tonkinson holds class and helps a patient in Armenia.
Fresno Medical Mission cares on one of the smallest patients in the region. Six-year old Yanna receives life-changing better breathing surgery.