Carleen Johnson

Reporter

Carleen Johnson
Carleen Johnson
Reporter
I joined KOMO/Fisher in 1998 and have been a KVI news anchor.

The thing I like most about working at KOMO Newsradio is I never know what each day will bring. I meet amazing people as I’m out covering the news!

I love my job but love being a mom most of all to my three kids.

Something most people don't know about me is that I was Miss Auburn 1989 and the scholarship paid for my first two years of college!

Recent stories by Carleen Johnson

Seattle News, Weather and Traffic State lawmakers voice outrage over latest ferry system woes State lawmakers voice outrage over latest ferry system woes (Photo Gallery)
Local lawmakers are firing angry criticism at the Washington State Ferries over the latest gaffe that made some Seahawks fans very unhappy ahead of the first home game of the NFL preseason - just days after a major ferry breakdown and suspension of a top ferry executive.
KOMO Newsradio Home Deadly Crash In Kent Deadly Crash In Kent (Audio)
KENT, Wash. -- A 79-year-old Kent man who witnesses say was running across a five-lane road was fatally struck by an SUV early Monday.

Officials said the man was wearing dark clothes and was not in a crosswalk when he was hit about 5:45 a.m. in the 14400 block of SE 272nd Street.
KOMO Newsradio Home Puyallup City Council Meeting Packed With People Concerned About Halfway House Puyallup City Council Meeting Packed With People Concerned About Halfway House (Audio)
A few hundred people packed a council meeting in Puyallup last night, to voice concerns about a planned halfway house for recently released violent criminals and sex offenders. At the end of the night, the council voted unanimously to extend a moratorium. KOMO's Carleen Johnson reports.
KOMO Newsradio Home Three JBLM Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan Three JBLM Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan (Audio)
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. -- Three soldiers from Joint Base Lewis-McChord were among four soldiers killed by an Afghan police officer in Afghanistan on Sunday.

On Wednesday, the Department of Defense identified the soldiers from JBLM as Sgt. Sapuro B. Nena, 25, Pfc. Genaro Bedoy, 20, and Pfc.