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Good Day Atlanta Transportation Reporter

Katie Beasley

Stuck in bumper to bumper traffic? Need help getting around town? Depend on Katie Beasley, Good Day Atlanta's Transportation Reporter. Katie joined FOX 5 in 2013 and every morning she's ready to help you unwind Atlanta's traffic problems. 

Prior to FOX 5, Katie was co-anchor of News 12 "First at Five" in Augusta, GA. She's also held the position of reporter/photojournalist and was part of News 12's award-winning high school football show. Katie's journalist skills have been recognized with three Georgia Association of Broadcasters Awards, one Georgia Associated Press Award and one Georgia Association of Broadcasters Merit Award.

So, why would Katie knowingly drive right into the infamous Atlanta gridlock? Well, its home! Katie grew up in Canton, where her family still lives. It was there that her passion for television news began to grow. She was even a co-anchor for her elementary school's news when she was in the fifth grade.

Katie graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia, earning a B.A. in Broadcast News Journalism. She loves the Southeast and can't imagine being anywhere else.

Drop by Katie's Facebook page at facebook.com/KatieBeasleyFOX5 or follow her on Twitter @KatieBFOX5 and @SKYFOXTraffic.

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  • Citizens concerned over Fulton County road

    Citizens concerned over Fulton County road

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:44 AM EDT2014-07-29 14:44:05 GMT
    A local advocate group says their part of town has been neglected for years by the Georgia Department of Transportation. The group "Citizens for Better Roads in South Fulton County" says finally, improvements are coming to I-285 where they live.
    A local advocate group says their part of town has been neglected for years by the Georgia Department of Transportation. The group "Citizens for Better Roads in South Fulton County" says finally, improvements are coming to I-285 where they live.
  • Officers work to enforce new 'Slow Poke Law'

    Officers work to enforce new 'Slow Poke Law'

    Friday, July 11 2014 6:59 AM EDT2014-07-11 10:59:33 GMT
    The "slow poke law" went into effect on July 1st. Drivers in the far left lane of a 2-lane highway must now move over a lane, if a faster vehicle comes up behind them.
    The "slow poke law" went into effect on July 1st. Drivers in the far left lane of a 2-lane highway must now move over a lane, if a faster vehicle comes up behind them.
  • Pay 'N Go Peach Pass to be sold at local drug stores

    Pay 'N Go Peach Pass to be sold at local drug stores

    Tuesday, July 8 2014 7:50 AM EDT2014-07-08 11:50:16 GMT
    The starter kits are sold at area drug stores and can be a quick and easy way to start using the hot lanes.
    The starter kits are sold at area drug stores and can be a quick and easy way to start using the hot lanes.
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