Katelyn Flint began reporting with NBC Boston and necn in February 2013 and became a member of the morning news team in July 2015.
She has covered many major stories impacting Massachusetts and New England, including the international search for the identity of "Baby Doe," and what later became the murder investigation into the death of Bella Bond. She also covered the breaking developments in the Blackstone, Massachusetts, "House of Horror," and has contributed to the coverage of high profile trials, including Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
Katelyn covered Holden, Massachusetts, Dr. Rick Sacra’s return to the U.S. for treatment after contracting Ebola. Soon after, she sat down with the doctor to share his story of recovery and discuss his determination to continue his work helping those impacted in West Africa.
Before joining NBC Boston and necn, she worked as a reporter and anchor for Worcester News Tonight. She reported from the scene of breaking news events including the Boston Marathon bombings and the deadly Western, Massachusetts, tornado and the impact it had on communities in the area.
After graduating from Boston University's College of Communication, Katelyn lived in Los Angeles, California, where she worked behind the scenes at Entertainment Tonight and The Insider before moving back to the East Coast.
Born and raised in Central Massachusetts, she has close ties to the community she reports for, giving her a strong understanding of the stories that matter most to people. Whether in a courtroom, at breaking news, or enterprising innovative stories, she is always looking to deliver thoughtful, thorough and impactful information to her viewers.
Katelyn lives in Boston with her husband and Irish Setter, Baker.
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