Brityne is a central Kansas native and has strong ties in agriculture.
Brityne joins the KWCH News team from Kansas State University where she graduated in the spring of 2020 with a degree in Agricultural Communications and Journalism and a minor in Animal Sciences and Industry. Brityne is from Hesston, Kansas and couldn’t be more excited and honored to return home to cover news across the state.
Growing up, Brityne was born into the agricultural life and participated in 4-H and FFA. She spent her summers preparing animals for the fair, spending long hours in the tractor and even artificially inseminating cows. That’s what lead to her love of ag journalism at K-State.
While in college, Brityne was able to hold a variety of internships including K-State's agricultural radio program “Agriculture Today” and anchor a statewide agricultural television program “Ag A.M. in Kansas”.
She joins the Eyewitness News This Morning team and provides viewers will the latest Kansas and national news. She’ll also continue her work reporting on agriculture news from around the state.
When she’s not in the newsroom, you can find Brityne helping out on the family farm, spending time with family and friends and visiting her alma mater way too often - GO CATS!
If you have a story idea or just want to say hello, be sure to email her a email@example.com or connect with her on social media @BrityneKWCH.