Kristin Hosfelt

Kristin Hosfelt

Morning Anchor/Reporter/Producer
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Kristin Hosfelt joined WVII ABC 7 and WFVX FOX Bangor News team in September of 2012. Pursuing a career in TV news has been a dream of hers since she first stepped foot in a news studio at 12-years-old. She has a true passion for storytelling and loves knowing each day working in the field, will be different than the day before.

She's a California native and a graduate of San Jose State University with a BS in broadcast journalism. She previously worked as a reporter, anchor, and producer for SJSU's student-run newscast, and interned at KCRA News in Sacramento, CA and NBC Bay Area in San Jose, CA.

When she's not in the newsroom she enjoys cooking, reading, and traveling. She's a Packers Shareholder, a cross fit junkie and she's always looking for the best place to get Mexican food.

She's thrilled to be here on the east coast and if you see her around be sure to say hello!

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Fatal Crash in Bangor

BANGOR - Police are investigating a fatal crash that happened early Wednesday morning. Bangor police say a pickup truck crossed into oncoming traffic and swiped a police cruiser before continuing down a wrong way road, crashing over an embankment at the intersection of Hancock and Washington Streets.

The Summit Project: Remembering Maine's Fallen Heroes

BANGOR - A living memorial known as The Summit Project aims to honor Maine's fallen soldiers through dedication hikes. The latest trek will take 80 hikers to the summit of Cadillac Mountain. Click the video above to hear the story of one of Maine's fallen heroes.

Camden Standoff Ends, Suspect Dead

CAMDEN - An armed gunman enters a Camden Rite Aid and takes a female pharmacist hostage causing a standoff that ended just hours ago. This morning, that hostage is safe, and the suspect is dead. Brian Sullivan has the very latest.

Founder of Hope Elephants Dies, Found in Corral

Update: The Maine State Medical Examiner's Office said Dr. Jim Laurita's cause of death was asphyxiation with multiple fractures due to compression of the chest. It was a crushing injury by one of the elephants, exactly how is still being investigated, but the cause of death appears accidental.

HOPE - Officials in Knox County are investigating the death of Dr. James Laurita, the founder of Hope Elephants in Hope, Maine.

Officials say Laurita was routinely tending to the elephants when it appears he fell in to the corral and struck his head on the cement floor. It's unknown at this point why he fell.

An autopsy will be scheduled to determine cause of Laurita's death.

We have a crew on scene and will have more tonight on ABC 7 & FOX 22.

Hope Elephants is a rehabilitation and educational facility for injured and retired elephants.

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