Heath joined News 13 in July 2017.
Heath Bradberg joined News 13 in July 2017.
Heath was born in Stevens Point, Wisconsin and spent his whole life living in the Upper Midwest. He graduated in May 2017 from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Meteorology and a minor in Mass Communication. While in school, he was President of the weather club for a year, as well as Chief Meteorologist for the school’s TV (UTVS) and Radio (KVSC) stations.
Heath interned at the EAA AirVenture Convention in Oshkosh, Wisconsin for two summers as the EAA Radio Meteorologist. While there, he discovered a new appreciation for aviation, and was given the opportunity to meet other meteorologists from around the nation as well as several pilots from around the world.
Additionally, Heath took the opportunity to learn from personnel at WCCO 4 CBS in Minneapolis about reporting and effectively doing weather.
When not working, you might catch Heath enjoying outdoor recreations, trying new restaurants and cuisines, traveling to new places and discovering new hidden gems, hanging out with friends and family, watching movies, or having passionate discussions about the weather and the TV show Survivor.
If you have any tips or ideas for either news or new places to discover, you can reach out to Heath at HBradberg@kcwy13.com.
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Some experts think the FDA, the federal gatekeeper for prescription medication, could have prevented the worst health crisis in the nation's history.
A U.S. official, who was not authorized to comment by name and demanded anonymity, did not give exact figures for either the U.S. fatalities or injuries.
Brandon Griesemer was accused by the FBI of calling CNN 22 times on Jan. 9 and 10, railing against African-Americans and Jews and threatening a mass shooting.
A tsunami watch issued for coastal areas from Washington state to California was canceled nearly three hours after a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska.