Paige hosts midday newscasts and monitors news of significance to the Puget Sound region. She subscribes to KUOW's mission: to create and serve a more informed public. This is what drives each story and newscast she anchors.
Paige was raised in the mountains and lakes around Spokane, the city where she first witnessed the importance of local journalism. She is a former news host and reporter for Spokane Public Radio, a station as invested in culture, environment, and journalism as she is.
The start of her public radio career came one fall in Montana, when Paige reported about black bears rummaging in people's trash. She's a proud alumna of University of Montana's School of Journalism, where she contributed to KUFM.
Paige is a shop steward of KUOW’s SAG-AFTRA newsroom union.
When not on air, you'll find her consuming true crime and long-form journalism, at a museum or music venue, and watching women's basketball.
To see more of Paige's past KUOW work, visit our archive site.
Three Washington electors were fined for not voting for Clinton. Their case may end up at the Supreme Court
Three Washington Democrats will explain to the state Supreme Court why they voted against their party's presidential nominee in the 2016 election.
Washington's governor wants the state to start treating the internet the same way it treats electricity.
Washington state is banning certain National Rifle Association insurance policies.
For one, earthquake monitoring. Yikes.
Kim Malcolm talks with KUOW reporter Paige Browning about how the partial shutdown of the federal government is affecting workers in Washington state.
Seattle lawmakers are raising warning flags about how Amazon's expansion could affect New York.
Federally-funded food banks in Washington are, so far, holding on.
Lots of people in Seattle are looking forward to a pay raise in 2019.
Jay Caldwell is raising money to create some of the first-ever bobbleheads of black baseball players who were prevented from joining Major League Baseball by segregation laws of the 1920s and '30s.