FOX 5 Atlanta welcomed Kaitlyn Pratt as a general assignment reporter in 2008. She now gets up before the sun to anchor Good Day Atlanta on the weekends and report during the week.
Her career has also included stops in Savannah and Macon. Kaitlyn started her news journey in Boston as a news writer and field producer.
Kaitlyn’s work has been honored with an Emmy nomination for breaking news and a Regional Edward R. Murrow award for Continuing Coverage of the Troy Davis death-row case. The Associated Press has also recognized Kaitlyn with its award for Best General Assignment Reporting.
When she’s not at work, Kaitlyn focuses on traveling and yoga. She’s working on her first children’s book. Kaitlyn and her husband also enjoy wrangling their three rescue dogs.
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With Charlie, now 3 years old, ready to "graduate" from his at-home care, his healthcare provider couldn't just say goodbye.
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