Katherine Biek

Katherine Biek

Katherine Biek

Live Reporter / Contributor

Katherine Biek is a content producer at Newsy. She grew up in Minnesota among the glitz and glamour of the child pageant and competitive dance worlds before eventually hanging up her pointe shoes to attend the University of Missouri, where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism in 2013. Since joining Newsy, Katherine's honed her skills at covering stories across a wide variety of news topics, including U.S. politics, international relations and even the entertainment industry.

Recent Work
Undated image provided by Rewards For Justice shows a wanted poster of Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi.

France Says It Killed ISIS Leader In Drone Strike

image taken from video provided by the South Korea Defense Ministry

North And South Korea Launch Ballistic Missiles Hours Apart

An Amazon Fulfillment warehouse in Shakopee, Minnesota.

Amazon Offering To Pay College Tuition For Hourly Employees

People wearing face masks in Tokyo, Japan.

Japan Extends COVID-19 Emergency Restrictions

President Joe Biden visits the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory at the National Institutes of Health on Feb. 11, 2021.

President Biden Plans To Require Vaccine For Federal Workers

A 12-year-old gets a shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

FDA: Don't Give COVID Vaccine To Children

Cars drive under a sign greeting visitors near the entrance to Walt Disney World, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Walt Disney World Requiring Workers To Get Vaccinated

Space station commander Yury Usachev, left, welcomes California millionaire Dennis Tito, center, to the space station

2 Decades Later, Dennis Tito Reflects On Historic Spaceflight

The New Shepard NS-14 booster rocket lands at Launch Site One in West Texas.

The Space Tourism Market Is Rapidly Expanding

Street artist Akse P19 repairs the mural of Manchester United striker and England player Marcus Rashford

4 Arrested Over Online Abuse Of England Soccer Players

Rescue workers handle a tarp containing recovered remains at the site of the collapsed Champlain Towers South condo building.

Surfside Rescue Efforts Continue With Elsa Approaching

a for sale sign stands outside a residential home in East Derry, N.H.

It's Still A Great Time To Sell Your House

Madden NFL 18

Major Video Game Company Electronic Arts Hacked

A patient receives a COVID vaccine shot

Transplant Patients Scared After COVID Vaccine Revelation

Soviet war veteran David Dushman at 92 years old

Last Auschwitz Liberator Dies At 98 Years Old

A police officer stands outside The New York Times building in New York.

DOJ Will No Longer Seize Reporters' Records

Visitors photograph Black Wall Street mural

June 1 Marks 100th Anniversary Of Tulsa Race Massacre

East Hartford High School senior Sudeen Pryce as RN Kaylee Cruz of Bristol administers the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

Moderna Says Vaccine Highly Effective in Adolescents

A woman who was turned back following shortage of COVID-19 vaccine argues with a doctor at a vaccination center in Mumbai,

India Becomes Third Country To Hit 300,000 COVID Deaths

A sign in Los Angeles' Chinatown neighborhood

Gentrification Having Negative Impact On AAPI Neighborhoods

Gerald Welty sits the House Chamber at the Texas Capitol

Texas House Passes New Elections Bill

Chairman of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell.

Fed Holds Interest Rates Near Zero Despite Economic Growth, Inflation

The Symphony of the Seas cruise ship is shown docked at PortMiami, in Miami.

Cruise Ships Could Sail In U.S. Waters By Mid-July

A Regal Cinemas movie theater in Charleston

Movie Theaters See A Light At The End Of The Pandemic Tunnel

Mary Pickford, Cecil B. DeMille, Gloria Swanson, Bob Hope and Charles Brackett at the 1953 Academy Awards presentation

The Oscars' Pandemic Format Is A Throwback To Its Early TV Roots

Pharmacist holds a vial of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

Johnson & Johnson Resumes Vaccine Rollout In Europe, New Warning Label

Yeri Han and Steven Yeun in Lee Isaac Chung's "Minari"

Some Critics Say Upcoming Oscar Diversity Standards Set Too Low

A health care worker carries oxygen tanks into an area designated for the treatment of COVID-19.

Brazil's Hospitals Can't Keep Up With COVID Cases

Tributes hang on the temporary fence surrounding the parking lot in front of a King Soopers grocery

2021 Has Had At Least 147 Mass Shootings

Britain's Prince Philip

Prince Philip To Be Laid To Rest Saturday