Keisha Burns Biography, Age, Career, NBC 5 News, KXAS And Instagram

Keisha Burns Biography

Keisha Burns is an American journalist working as the morning weather anchor and reporter at KXAS NBC 5 News. She joined the team back in February 2017.

She is a native of Southern California. She attended Cal State University Northbridge and graduated with a B.A in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Geography. She has 3 brother and 2 sisters and her older brother stay in North Texas, USA. Her hobbies include reading, bike riding, traveling, and chasing sunrises and sunsets.

Keisha Burns Age

She was born in Southern California. Information about her age will be updated soon.

Keisha Burns Career | Keisha Burns NBC 5 News

Keisha Burns is the end of the week morning climate stay/journalist at KXAS NBC 5. She joined the climate group in February 2017.

Keisha Burns

Keisha started her telecom profession in Cheyenne, Wyoming where she filled in as an end of the week stay and dayside columnist for KGWN-TV. From that point onward, she filled in as a stay and correspondent and climate forecaster at KTVZ-TV in Bend, Oregon where she secured anything from serious climate to wrongdoing and governmental issues.

Preceding coming to Dallas, Keisha filled in as a climate stay at NWCN-TV and KING 5-TV in Seattle for a long time.

Albeit a Southern California local, Keisha says she in a flash began to look all starry eyed at the steady changing, yet uncommon climate of the Pacific Northwest and the test it introduces in estimating. She’s glad to take on much greater climate challenges as she joins the NBC 5 climate group, and is eager to call Texas her new home.

Keisha moved on from Cal State University Northridge with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and a Minor in Geography.

Keisha originates from a major group of three siblings and two sisters and, in spite of the fact that she misses her family back home in southern California, she’s eager to be nearer to her most established sibling who likewise lives in North Texas.


Weather Anchor/Reporter
Company Name KXAS TV NBC 5
Dates Employed Feb 2017 – Present
Employment Duration 2 yrs 8 mos
Location Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Weather Anchor
Company Name NorthWest Cable News/ King 5
Dates Employed Dec 2009 – Jan 2017
Employment Duration 7 yrs 2 mos

Weekend Weathercaster/ Anchor and weekday general assignment reporter
Company Name KTVZ
Dates Employed Nov 2006 – Oct 2009
Employment Duration 3 yrs
LocationBend, OR

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Burns Nowcast March 27

 Report by Burns

Powerful winds send Amazon warehouse roof flying during storms

Powerful winds from an overnight storm sent the roof of an Irving Amazon fulfillment center flying into the air and onto cars parked below.

It happened as a line of severe storms moved through North Texas between 4 and 6 a.m. Wednesday.

Video captured outside the warehouse, located off Texas 114 near the north entrance of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, showed sheets of metal and debris wrapped around cars parked outside the building.

There have been no reports of injuries as of this writing.

“I was sitting in my truck trying to record the heavy rain in the wind when all of a sudden came to a loud crashing noise of the roof hitting the ground,” Marcus Hawthorne wrote in an email to [email protected]

NBC 5 Weather Expert Keisha Burns said 78 mph wind gusts were recorded at DFW Airport around the time of the incident.

In Dallas County, several planes at Grand Prairie Municipal Airport were severely damaged during the morning storms. There were no injuries reported there.

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