Articles by Kaella Doty
- Lethbridge Hurricanes close out regular season, look to lock up playoff opponent
- Decade of dedication: Lethbridge woman ends impressive streak of running a mile each day
- Lethbridge Hurricanes push for a spot in the post-season.
- Lethbridge students create heart art to spread love and joy on Valentine's Day
- Lethbridge Broncos 1982-83 championship team to be honoured by Hurricanes
- Pastor Artur Pawlowski goes to trial for Coutts border blockade sermon
- 'Lots of them have lost their identity': Experts say restrictions impacting mental health of athletes across Alberta
- Fitness professionals forced to pivot once again under latest provincial restrictions
- Montana taxi company sees boost in business as some travellers look for a ride to the Canadian border
- 'Someone even called me a slave': Lethbridge students highlight racism in city schools
A journalist since 2003, Lethbridge-based Kaella has been a reporter, producer and anchor in both news and sports. Over the years she has covered the trial of a Medicine Hat teenager convicted of killing her family, was on the ground when a C18 fighter jet crashed at the Alberta International Airshow and spent ten days stationed in Medicine Hat covering the 2011 floods. She was in Blairmore to tell the developing story of a toddler and father who were found murdered, interviewed the families of the victims of Lethbridge’s first triple murder and has travelled to cover WHL playoff hockey. Kaella thrives on breaking news and loves reaching out to victims, of crime, to help tell their stories.
Kaella’s professional journey brought her to CTV Lethbridge in 2005 to report and occasionally anchor the 5pm newscast. She’s also worked in Calgary as a fill-in reporter and anchor for the morning, noon and evening broadcasts. Over the years, she has interviewed thousands of people including astronaut Buzz Aldrin, singer Taylor Swift and Canada’s former Governor General Adrienne Clarkson.
Kaella loves giving back to the community she now calls home. She volunteers her time at a number of local events throughout the year and sits on the organizing committee for the Lethbridge Police’s Run for Special Olympics.
Kaella grew up in White Rock, B.C. and discovered her love of journalism after hosting a youth issues and interests show. She graduated with honours from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in 2003.
The mother of two is a marathoner, avid runner and fitness instructor.
Kaella speaks English.