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.
The latest from Kaitlyn Pratt
Goat Yoga offers unique way to de-stress in metro Atlanta
Need some help finding inner peace? Why not relax and de-stress with some of the most adorable yoga buddies ever.
Gwinnett County nonprofit provides safe place for teens
The Gwinnett County nonprofit gets multiple calls a day from young people searching for a safe place to stay, but they need help themselves to keep going.
10-year-old boy hit by bullet fired into SW Atlanta home
The 10-year-old boy was sleeping in his Atlanta home when police say someone fired multiple shots into the building, hitting him once. Investigators say the boy wasn't the only child inside the home at the time of the violence.
Atlanta officer, suspect hit by drunk driver during chase, police say
An Atlanta officer and an armed suspect have been rushed to the emergency room after police say they were both hit by a suspected drunk driver during a chase on foot.
Early voting begins in Georgia for 2022 midterm election
Georgians headed to the polls to cast their vote on the first day of early voting in the state's 2022 midterm elections.
Devices allow Fulton County school buses to request green lights
Fulton County School System is the first district in the U.S. to use connected vehicle, or CV, technology to give school buses green lights at traffic signals. Leaders say it will improve school bus safety while addressing the national driver shortage.
Georgia baby supply bank looking to fill warehouse for Diaper Need Awareness Week
One in three Georgia families have to choose between new disposable diapers and putting a meal on the table. The state's only baby supply bank wants to fill their warehouse with diapers, and you can help.
APD engaging community with safety training seminars aimed at crime prevention
Amid a rise in crime and an officer shortage, Atlanta Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit met with citizens for a safety training seminar on Saturday in the hopes of engaging the community to aid in crime prevention.
Craving pizza this weekend? You could try this spot in Midtown
It is a local pizza shot that is saucy, cheesy, and hits all the good spots.
These DIY gourmet ice cream sandwiches just might keep you cool this summer
It is already hot and not even officially summer. One metro Atlanta business is looking to cool people off.