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Katelynn Zoellner joined the 5NEWS team in August 2013 as a sports reporter. She is currently a news reporter and weekend anchor alongside Meteorologist Tyler Southard.

She previously worked as a sports anchor and reporter for KLST in San Angelo, Texas.

Even though Katelynn has lived in Nevada, Texas, and now Arkansas, she still refers to herself as a Californian. She was born and raised in Northern California and graduated from San Diego State University with a B.A. in Journalism and Media Studies.

Outside of work, you will likely find Katelynn watching sports, exploring the beautiful outdoors or in the kitchen trying to hone her cooking skills.

If you have a story idea or just want to say hello, Katelynn can be contacted at Katelynn.Zoellner@kfsm.com.

Recent Articles
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    Chefs Attend Advocacy Boot Camp In Bentonville

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) – Chefs from across the nation are in Bentonville for the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change. The Chefs Boot Camp is taking place at 21c Museum Hotel in Bentonville Sept. 7 through Sept. 9. Participating chefs will learn policy and advocacy skills in workshops that focus on access and affordability of food. The group will also take a tour of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and make a visit to Ewe Bet Farms in […]

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    Man Stabbed In Neck In Fayetteville; Police Consider Suspect Armed And Dangerous

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) –  The Fayetteville Police Department is investigating a stabbing that happened on Saturday night at the Econo Lodge on Futrall Drive. A male victim was stabbed in the neck and taken to Washington Regional where police said his condition is unknown. Sergeant Craig Stout said officers are searching for the suspect who was least seen driving a dark passenger vehicle east on Martin Luther King Boulevard. Stout said witnesses described the man as thin, wearing sunglasses, no shirt and […]

  • Organizers Prepare For Crawford County Fair

    CRAWFORD COUNTY (KFSM) – Organizers were hard at work Saturday (Sept. 6) preparing for the Crawford County Fair. The event will include pageants, vendors and farm animal competitions. The fair begins on Sept. 8 and will run through Sept. 13. “It’s a good place to bring your kids,” said Tom Meadors, Chairman. “You need to come out and see what Crawford County has to offer. I’ve been doing this for several years and that’s probably the only reason I do […]

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    Showing Pigs A Family Affair For Three Fayetteville Sisters

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) –  Hogs took center stage in livestock competitions during the second day of the 157th Washington County Fair. Competitors showed off their market pigs at the fair on Wednesday (Aug. 27). The hog show was held on the fairgrounds inside the Livestock Arena. The Mabry sisters, Chloe, Lizzie and Harlie, live in Fayetteville. For them, showing pigs is a family affair. “It’s kind of cool, because it’s kind of like a family deal,” Lizzie Mabry said. Chloe, 9, is the […]

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    Victim Speaks Out After Trucks Set On Fire In Fayetteville

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – Authorities on Tuesday (Aug. 26) continued their investigation into fires that destroyed two trucks on Monday (Aug. 25) in Fayetteville. One truck belonged to University of Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen. The other is owned by a former classmate of Allen’s at Fayetteville High School, Eli Mattioli. Allen’s Chevrolet Avalanche was burned in a suspected case of arson on Monday in his driveway at 1125 W. Hendrix St. in Fayetteville. More than two hours before that incident, Mattioli’s Chevrolet Avalanche was burned. Police said that happened around 1:34 […]

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    Rogers High School Choir To Perform With Foreigner

    ROGERS (KFSM) – Foreigner is coming to Northwest Arkansas this week to perform at the Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers. According to a release, the Rogers High School choir will be performing with Foreigner onstage at the show. They’ll be singing with the band on their classic hit “I Want to Know What Love Is,” the release states. Foreigner is donating $500 to the choir for its High School chorus program, according to the release. During the evening, the kids […]

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    SAU Student, Former Student Die In Shooting

    MAGNOLIA (KTHV) – A Southern Arkansas University student and a former student have both died following an early morning shooting. According to the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), deputies were dispatched to the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) on Highway 82 East at 1:13 Sunday in reference to a fight with shots fired. Deputies said SAU senior wide receiver Brandon T. Hobdy, 23, of Garland, TX, and former student Wayne A. Payton, 24, were both taken to the Magnolia Regional […]

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    Strongest Earthquake In 25 Years Strikes Bay Area

    CBS NEWS – A preliminary magnitude 6.0 earthquake rocked the San Francisco Bay Area early Sunday morning, centered in the Napa County town of American Canyon, but felt across Northern California. The Napa County region is reporting the worst damage so far, reports CBS San Francisco. Aftershocks in the area have been reported since the quake initially struck overnight. Napa City Council Member Peter Mott reports the library and the historic Chinese laundry building suffered significant damage, and bricks and glass […]

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    Benton County Judge Cited On Suspicion Of Public Intoxication

    BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) – Benton County Judge Bob Clinard was cited Friday (Aug. 22) on suspicion of public intoxication, officials said Saturday (Aug. 23). Benton County Sheriff Kelley Cradduck said the incident happened around 7:30 p.m. on Friday at the Frisco Festival in Rogers. He said two deputies were alerted by citizens at the festival of a male who was “very drunk and falling down.” Deputies found Clinard leaning against a car, trying to use his cellphone, Cradduck said. Clinard […]

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    Arkansas Tech Freshmen Arrive For Move-In Day

    RUSSELLVILLE (KFSM) – It was move-in day for students living in campus housing at Arkansas Tech University on Saturday (Aug. 23). Members of the freshman class that will be living in campus housing began moving in at 7 a.m. Saturday. “It’s been kind of a hectic process,” said Forrest Teeter, a student at Arkansas Tech University. “There’s a lot of people going up an down the stairs and elevators. It’s been pretty streamline, I guess. As streamline as a hectic […]

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    Benton County Jail To Continue Serving Cold Meals To Inmates

    BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) –  The Benton County Jail is going to keep serving cold meals to inmates, after officials found out they don’t have enough money in their budget to switch to hot meals. Officials said inmates in the Benton County Jail are some of the only ones in the state of Arkansas to get all three meals—breakfast, lunch and dinner—served cold. “I’ts food,” said Keshia Guyll, with the Benton County Sheriff’s Office. “Would I want to eat it every […]

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    Springdale School Resource Officers Vital To Campus Safety

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) –  School resource officers are out in force again this year monitoring hallways in the Springdale School District’s high schools, junior highs and middle schools. Springdale has one of the largest SRO programs in the state, with a staff of ten full-time Springdale police officers. “We know that our students can’t learn if they are not safe, and so we know it’s very important that we have the best safety measures in place,” said Michael Shepherd, Principal at Lakeside Junior High. The […]


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