Fox News has signed KMGH-TV reporter CB Cotton as a New York-based correspondent. She will begin her new role today covering breaking news from the FNC’s New York headquarters.
Cotton has served as a reporter for the Scripps owned Denver ABC affiliate since 2020, focusing on crime, justice, and law enforcement. During her tenure at Denver7 News, she covered the city’s breaking news stories, including the Boulder King Soopers supermarket shooting and the December 2021 Marshall fire. She has also reported on alleged police misconduct in Colorado, such as the violent arrest of Kyle Vinson in Aurora, the controversial apprehension of then 73-year-old Karen Garner in 2020 and the fallout surrounding the death of Elijah McClain following his 2019 arrest.
Previously, Cotton served as a multimedia journalist at WKRN, an ABC affiliate in Nashville, where she wrote and edited live shots for stories including Middle Tennessee’s March 2020 tornadoes, the 2019 Sumner County slayings and the 2018 shooting of Daniel Hambrick. Notably, she received an Emmy nomination for her coverage of the summer of social justice protests in 2020.