Brad Goode joined KING 5 in September 2005 as co-anchor of “KING 5 Morning News,” “KING 5 Morning News on KONG” and “KING 5 News at Noon” with KING 5 News Anchor Joyce Taylor. This marks the comeback of the successful morning news anchor team in Seattle from 1999-2002 and a homecoming for Brad and his family.
Prior to returning to Seattle, Goode served as co-anchor on CNBC's “Wake Up Call.” Goode has also worked for Fox Sports News in Los Angeles where he anchored the primetime national program, “Fox Sports News.” Goode served as the anchor for the nationally syndicated news magazine show, “EXTRA.” While there, he covered such high-profile stories as the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, an investigation into a possible cover-up in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, and the Heaven's Gate Cult mass suicide in California.
Goode covered the 1997 stock market crash for CNBC and MSNBC, reporting on the late breaking business news from the West Coast. Goode also served as reporter and weekend anchor at local television stations including KCBS-TV in Los Angeles where he earned a Golden Mic award and a News and Documentary Emmy for team coverage of the Northridge earthquakes. He was named “Reporter of the Year” by Associated Press in 1996 and garnered a News and Documentary Emmy for his coverage of the 1993 mid-West floods while working at WCCO-TV (CBS) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Goode has worked as weekend anchor and reporter for KTVK-TV (ABC) in Salt Lake City, Utah, WDHO-TV (ABC) in Toledo, Ohio, and WILX-TV in Lansing, Michigan.
Goode earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism and political science from Michigan State University. Brad enjoys golf, skiing, running, biking and hiking — another reason he wanted to make Seattle his home.