Articles by Kim Phillips
- Caledon collision sends 4 people to hospital
- Police appeal for help locating missing Barrie girl
- Seven drug overdoses, including 2 deadly ones, reported in Grey Bruce
- Teens lying on tracks cause emergency train stop in Tottenham, Ont.
- Kitchener, Ont. man identified as victim of deadly hit-and-run near Owen Sound
- Boy, 17, armed with hunting knife arrested for robbing Newmarket store: YRP
- Woman charged with driving impaired after crashing into guardrail on Hwy 11
- Innisfil man charged with driving impaired and speeding 71km/h over limit
- Orillia's garbage bag program a clear success, City says
- Barrie Line GO Train service changes: Here's what you need to know
- Several catalytic converters stolen from Barrie businesses
- Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital hosts nursing career fair to recruit new talent
- Simcoe County man charged in massive art fraud investigation appears in court
- Spring takes a backseat to more wintry weather in the forecast
- Police divers respond to suspected body in canal, turns out to be a mannequin
- Police aim to pump the brakes on drivers illegally passing school buses
- Colleagues jumped into life-saving action when Midland councillor collapsed at town meeting
- Impaired driver sentenced to 5 years in jail for fatal hit-and-run in Bradford
- Elnaz Hajtamiri assault investigation takes another turn with 2 new suspects wanted
- Ram pickup trucks stolen from Barrie driveways as owners slept
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.