Michelle Kingston is an award-winning journalist for KRON 4 News.
Her parents say she was born with a pencil in her hand and destined to be a reporter.
She has worked in multiple newsrooms across the country, but most recently for WINK in Fort Myers, Florida as an investigative reporter, where she covered Hurricane Irma, the national heroin epidemic, and told the heartbreaking stories of loved ones who have lost family members to cold case murders and mass shootings.
Michelle’s favorite stories are when she can help people solve problems, bring awareness to an issue and do her part to help make the world a better place.
Michelle was born in New England and loves to ski and support her hometown sports teams (she bleeds green for the Boston Celtics). She has run eight half marathons and hopes to run a full marathon soon! She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Loyola University Chicago (Go Ramblers!) and has traveled all over the globe to Chile, Argentina, Peru, Greece, France, England, Belgium and the Netherlands. She has also driven across the country three times now, with two trips down the east coast.
She’s happy to finally call the Bay Area home, with her love, Rhody, and their puppy, Dasher.
When she’s not chasing the latest news story, you can find her at a farmers market, a dog park or a yoga studio.
Michelle writes, shoots, edits and runs her own live shots and loves to meet new people when she’s out and about around town.
Say hello if you see her! You can also follow her on Twitter (@MKingstonNews) and Facebook (Michelle Kingston).