About Me

I am an Emmy Award winning journalist, meteorologist & Olympic reporter. I currently do the weather in the fabulous city of Las Vegas!

I’ve moved around a lot and have lived everywhere from Alaska, Washington, California and now Nevada! It has been a thrill to continue my career in the Silver State.

Previously, I did weather forecasting and reporting at KTVN Channel 2 News in Reno, NV. Before that, I worked in California as a reporter in Salinas (KION/KCBA-TV) and  was promoted to morning weather anchor on a dual market morning show which ranged from Santa Cruz to Santa Barbara (KION/KCBA/KCOY/KKFX-TV). I also spent some time reporting for KNDU/KNDO-TV in Tri-Cities, WA.

I decided to join the news business when I was 16 years old. A Seattle news reporter, John Sharify, did a segment on my family surviving a house fire. The story changed my life completely. At the time my dad was dying of cancer and we had lost everything. My life turned around because people came together and helped us rebuild at a time when we were in need. I figured, if I can do a story like that to help someone else, I want to make a career out of it.

My journey to being a journalist started attending school at Washington State University where I earned two degrees in Broadcasting & Political Science.

I gained an interest in weather while working in California after seeing the severe impacts it can have on humans, animals, and the environment. I went back to school to complete a Broadcast Meteorology Certificate which I completed through Mississippi State University.

My favorite memory in news has been covering the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Brazil. Chloe’s Rio news stories aired on countless Sinclair Broadcast Group stations across the country.