Hana Kim

Hana Kim

Evening News Anchor

Hana Kim co-anchors FOX 13 News weeknights at 4 and 5 p.m. alongside Matthew Smith. She is the station's principal anchor for election coverage, political interviews and coverage of local government. 

Hana graduated from the University of Maryland-College Park. As a journalist she covered communities in Maryland and Tennessee before setting roots in Washington.

For more than a decade now at FOX 13, Hana has been on the air during the biggest events to hit the region like the historic Oso landslide to the I-5 Skagit River Bridge collapse.

Hana is asking tough questions of those in power as Washington continues to face unprecedented challenges when it comes to homelessness, housing, mental health and crime. 

Hana has moderated several live political debates including races for Seattle Mayor, Seattle City Council and Congress.

Over the span of her career, Hana has been honored with multiple awards for her work. 

She won an Emmy for spotlighting the issue of teen suicide and another Emmy for anchoring breaking news, as part of a team covering the riots in Seattle in 2020.

She was also recognized with a Regional Edward R. Murrow and Associated Press awards for uncovering an opioid pipeline from Tennessee to Florida. 

Outside of work, Hana spends a lot of time with her husband, son and the grandparents traveling, hiking, eating and exploring.

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