Ali Bradley joined the K2 News Team in January of 2012 as an anchor, producer and reporter.
Originally from Arlington, Washington, Ali is excited to call the "Cowboy State" her new home. She may not be a genuine cowgirl, but her Chevy truck and cowboy boots suit her just fine. As a graduate the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University, Ali bleeds crimson and gray all day. Ali was also an avid member of the Washington Beta Chapter of the Pi Beta Phi Sorority.
After graduating from WSU, Ali interned at Fox Sports Northwest where she got hands on experience on the sports fields and in the studio as well. After her internship she was invited to join the in studio production team. Ali's favorite thing about broadcasting is being able to be the bearer of good news. Ali enjoys having fun on air where she can share a good laugh with her viewers.
Ali loves playing tennis, hiking and pretending she has a shot at winning American Idol (but only in the privacy of her own truck). Ali is very close with her friends and family back home and is very thankful for the many forms of technology which allow her to keep in touch. Growing up in a house with two beautiful older sisters, and a lil sister with a heart of gold, she quickly learned that her wise-cracks were her ticket into the spotlight... or perhaps just the faint glow from a mini-mag light. Now, with her amazing hair and scary wit, she knows no bounds.
Ali is afraid of lady bugs and her most intriguing "stupid human trick" is that she can twist her arms all the way around. Her mom is her strength and her grandpa "Poppop" is her #1 fan quite possibly because he turns his hearing aid off while watching her newscasts. Ali has four wonderful nephews and one amazing niece who love watching their "Nonie" on K2TV.
Ali is looking forward to getting to know her Casper Community. She is seeking adventure and excitement, so if you have any new ideas or hobbies, feel free to reach out to her by sending her an email.
... And remember, Go Cougs!!