Brooke Thomas is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communications where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism.
She began her broadcasting career as an intern on Access Hollywood in Los Angeles, which helped lead her to her first job as a reporter at WDAZ in Devil’s Lake, North Dakota. From there, she proved to be a stand-out in morning news programming in several markets – including Memphis, Tennessee, Lubbock, and Dallas, Texas – before serving as the co-anchor of CBS 3’s Eyewitness News This Morning and Eyewitness News at Noon in Philadelphia.
She has hosted a number of shows for the award-winning online news platform, The Young Turks. Most recently, she has anchored the daily national news program Fox Soul's Black Report on FOX's new streaming network dedicated to highlighting Black perspectives.
There's one lesson Traci Green thinks is critical - listen to your body.
Two Southern California parents say there is an untreated epidemic of mental illness and it needs to be our focus.
Some parents say they’re having to wait more than two years for an evaluation to find out whether their child has autism.
A track team out of Compton is garnering nationwide attention for its lightning speed.
One Costa Mesa father is working hard to overcome illiteracy and is encouraging others in the process.
An Inland Empire-based foundation—typically focused on getting formerly incarcerated, recovered addicts, and/or formerly homeless mothers in stable homes and reunited with their children in foster care—has a new project aimed at changing the trajectories of the lives of Black and Brown women.
Leon Logothetis, known as the "Kindness Guy", wants to empower teenagers and young people to be fearless in his new book "Go Be Brave."
A surveillance video shows the terrifying moment two exotic dancers were robbed at gunpoint outside their home in the San Fernando Valley.
A Gardena 8-year-old is sharing his love of reading with others.
On October 24th, 1871, 18 Chinese men were killed after a mob of 500 or so people stormed what was then Chinatown. It's a story often untold.