Katherine Biek - Newsy

Katherine Biek

Digital Content Producer

Katherine Biek is a content producer for the daily news team. She grew up in Minnesota among the glitz and glamour of the child pageant and competitive dance worlds before eventually hanging up her pointe shoes to attend the University of Missouri, where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism in 2013. Since joining Newsy, Katherine's honed her skills at covering stories across a wide variety of news topics, including U.S. politics, international relations and even the entertainment industry.

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Minnie and Mickey Mouse wave to visitors at the Hong Kong Disneyland
Kin Cheung / APWorld

Disney Shuts Down Hong Kong Theme Park Again Over COVID-19

Former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville speaks to supporters
Butch Dill / APPolitics

Tuberville Defeats Sessions In Alabama GOP Senate Runoff

In this Sept. 2, 2000 file photo, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, driven by Britain's Prince Andrew leaves a wedding
Chris Ison / PA / APU.S.

Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty In Jeffrey Epstein Sex Abuse Case

Medical personnel demonstrate against the government's politics
Michel Spingler / APWorld

Health Care Workers In France Are Getting A Raise

In this Sept. 2, 2000 file photo, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, driven by Britain's Prince Andrew leaves a wedding
Chris Ison / PA / APU.S.

Ghislaine Maxwell To Appear In Court Via Video Feed For Bail Hearing

Port of San Diego Harbor Police boats fight a fire aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego
Petty Officer 3rd Class Christina Ross / U.S. Navy / APU.S.

Fire Continues To Burn Aboard The USS Bonhomme Richard

Polish President Andrzej Duda
Czarek Sokolowski / APWorld

Polish President Duda Narrowly Wins Second Term In Office

TSA agent Patrisa Johnson assists travelers
Tony Gutierrez / APU.S.

TSA Adds More COVID-19 Protections At Airports

Defense Secretary Mark Esper testifies during a House Armed Services Committee hearing
Michael Reynolds / Pool / APU.S.

Esper Says He Was Briefed On Alleged Russian Payments In February

Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon
Lee Jin-man / APWorld

Seoul's Mayor Found Dead After Reported Missing

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper, left, speaks during a briefing with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Ma
Susan Walsh / APPolitics

Esper And Milley To Testify Thursday Before House Committee

Bronze statue of Andrew Jackson in front of Jackson, Miss., City Hall.
Rogelio V. Solis / APU.S.

Mississippi City To Take Down Statue Of Andrew Jackson

Nurses at a drive-up coronavirus testing station set up by the University of Washington Medical Center
Ted S. Warren / APU.S.

Health Care Workers Worried About Dwindling Medical Supplies

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp walks away after speaking during a news conference at the state Capitol in Atlanta
Brynn Anderson / APU.S.

Georgia Governor Declares State Of Emergency After Weekend Violence

the icon for TikTok

TikTok To Leave Hong Kong In Response To National Security Law

People take pictures of the Olympic rings in Tokyo
Jae C. Hong / APWorld

Tokyo Gov. To Work With Japanese PM On Coronavirus Response

A police officer in Chicago
Charles Rex Arbogast / APU.S.

More Than A Dozen People Killed In Chicago Over July 4th Weekend

New Zealand Health Minister David Clark
Mark Mitchell / New Zealand Herald / APSci/Health

New Zealand's Health Minister Resigns After Lockdown Missteps

community volunteer checks for appointments and directs cars lining up for coronavirus tests
Richard Vogel / APU.S.

U.S. Records More Than 50,000 New Daily COVID-19 Cases

an Airbus A330 performs a demonstration flight at Paris Air Show
Francois Mori / APBusiness

Airbus To Cut 15,000 Jobs Over COVID-19 Pandemic

Police chase protesters during the annual handover march in Hong Kong, Wednesday, July. 1, 2020
Vincent Yu / APWorld

Hong Kong Police Make First Arrests Under New National Security Law

"Hamilton: An American Musical" at the Richard Rodgers Theatre
Evan Agostini / Invision / APEntertainment

Broadway Theaters Plan To Not Reopen Until 2021

A member of the Secret Service Police stands guard outside the fence of the White House
Jacquelyn Martin / APU.S.

AP: White House Knew About Alleged Russian Bounties In 2019

A battered car sits in the Capitol Hill Organized Protest zone following a shooting in Seattle.
Aron Ranen / APU.S.

1 Dead, 1 Hospitalized In Seattle CHOP Zone Shooting

California Gov. Gavin Newsom
Rich Pedroncelli / APSci/Health

California Shuts Down Bars In Los Angeles And Other Counties

A Boeing 737 Max being built for Norwegian Air International taxis for a test flight
Ted S. Warren / APBusiness

FAA Approves Test Flights Of Boeing's Updated 737 Max Jet

A city worker measures the statue of Christopher Columbus at Marconi Plaza
Matt Slocum / APU.S.

Philadelphia Intends To Remove Statue Of Christopher Columbus

the setting sun shines on the Supreme Court building on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

Trump Administration Urges Supreme Court To Invalidate Obamacare

Visitor climbs Eiffel Tower
Thibault Camus / APWorld

Eiffel Tower Reopens As France Plans To Screen 1.3M For COVID-19

health workers survey a locality in New Delhi, India.
Manish Swarup / APWorld

India To Screen All Of New Delhi For COVID-19