Kortnie Horazdovsky is a lifelong Alaskan who grew up in Big Lake.
She graduated from Houston High School before heading north to the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where she majored in Journalism with a focus on New Media, and English literature.
Kortnie joined the KTUU team in 2009 as a digital producer before moving on to the assignment desk and producing the 5:00 Report. Now, she’s back online as KTUU’s Multimedia Content Manager.
In her time at KTUU, she’s covered statewide news including the death of Sen. Ted Stevens, the Iditarod and Iron Dog, climbed Mt. Marathon and coordinated KTUU’s coverage of President Barack Obama’s visit to Alaska in 2015.
Outside of work and offline, Kortnie enjoys playing hockey, photography and hiking with her husband, Jake, and their two kids.
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