Kim Malcolm | KUOW News and Information

Kim Malcolm

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Year started with KUOW: 2013

Kim began alternately hosting KUOW’s morning and afternoon news magazines in early 2015. She started at KUOW as a fill-in newscaster, after working at KERA in Dallas as a local All Things Considered host, reporter and talk show host.

Kim started in public radio at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as an associate producer and worked in Calgary and Edmonton Alberta. A transplanted Canadian, she is a graduate of the University of Calgary and Concordia University in Montreal, with a graduate diploma in journalism.

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The young woman was hiding in her closet upstairs.

She had called 911 because someone had broken into her home. She spoke very quietly.

Interstate 90 cuts through the heart of the Mountains to Sound greenway.
Courtesy of Greenway Trust

Kim Malcom talks with Mountains to Sound Greenway executive director Jon Hoekstra about the Greenway Trust and protecting the environment amid booming growth. 

An earthquake in 1949 collapsed ancillary structure to commercial building in Seattle.
Flickr Photo/King County, WA (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Kim Malcolm talks to Seattle Times reporter Sandi Doughton about what to expect and how to prepare for when a big earthquake shakes the Northwest.

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