Articles by Kim Phillips
- Traffic stop in Cookstown leads to arrest of banned driver with hidden Alabama plates
- Multiple 1,000lb pieces of construction equipment stolen from Barrie site
- Step back in time with a Gatsby-inspired event at Orillia's Leacock Museum
- Man, 2 women charged in shooting and home invasion in Keswick last month
- Woman, 23, charged with stunt driving in front of Innisfil public school
- Bradford council passes resolution supporting provincial review of County's governance
- Total fire ban issued for several areas in Simcoe County
- Tractor-trailer rollover in Clearview Township sends one to hospital
- Mandatory management order lifted at Collingwood LTC home
- Smell smoke? Wildfires ignite high air pollution levels in Simcoe County, Muskoka
- Driver found uninjured after rollover on Highway 11 in Muskoka
- Multi-vehicle collision in Midland construction zone sends 4 to hospital
- Misidentified water gun triggers OPP lockdown at Midland high school
- Barrie's Curbside Giveaway Day returns to encourage recycling
- Casino Rama adds new shows to its 2023 concert lineup
- Oro Station students rally to aid cat shelter in wake of destructive fire
- Police respond to unusual call for plane docked on Innisfil beach
- Barrie, Ont. man arrested in human trafficking investigation involving student
- Multi-vehicle crash in Innisfil sends 2 people to hospital
- Air quality concerns mount as the smell of smoke fills the air in Simcoe County and Muskoka
Kim Phillips joined CTVNewsBarrie.ca as a producer in 2018 and specializes in local news.
Before joining the Barrie digital team, Kim spent over a decade in the Barrie news control room as a director and technical director. She worked on various programs, including CTV News at 6 and 11, election coverage and a wide range of broadcast specials.
She spent five years directing at the Business News Network in Toronto, where she worked on various business shows, and other programming, including 'APP Central,' 'Money Talk,' and 'Dr. Marla and Friends.'
Kim grew up in southern Ontario and graduated from Broadcast Television at Mohawk College in Hamilton.
Kim speaks English.