From a young age Kiersten Nunez dreamed of being a journalist. After graduating with a bachelor’s from Weber State University she moved to the golden gulf coast. There Kiersten began her television career as a multimedia journalist at WXXV in Gulfport, Mississippi.

After a short time on the gulf coast Kiersten was ready to come home to the beehive state. She now is working as a multimedia journalist at FOX13.

The comment Kiersten gets the most when reporting is, “where is your camera man?” -She’s a one woman band. Photographer and on air talent, rolled into one. And her favorite comment is, “I have a story idea for you.” Kiersten loves writing, shooting, editing and telling YOUR stories.

When Kiersten isn’t out in the field reporting she can be found running, practicing the cello, spending time with loved ones or playing with her dachshund, Gatsby.

Recent Articles
  • ‘Force, fraud, coercion’: Pair arrested for alleged sex trafficking ring at Ogden home

    OGDEN, Utah — Terrance Jones and Lynnsie Reddish are accused of running a prostitution ring together out of an Ogden home. Both are now booked into the Weber County Jail, and charging documents give us a glimpse into the horrific things their victims say happened to them. “In these cases force, fraud and coercion are the elements of controlling an individual, in manipulating an individual to engage in this activity,” said Gregory Ferbrasche, Director for the Justice Division of the […]

  • First responders react to trend of patients picking Uber, Lyft over an ambulance

    DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — If you had a medical emergency, who would you call? Most would have a similar thought process: dial 911 and get an ambulance. But there’s a growing trend where, instead of calling an ambulance, people are requesting an Uber or Lyft to take them to the hospital. Some riders say they would do it because of money. A trip with a rideshare service to a hospital could easily cost less than 30 bucks. For an ambulance […]

  • 7-year-old fakes video game class in letter

    EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah — A handwritten note, carefully crafted by a 7-year-old from Eagle Mountain, was meant to trick his parents into letting him play video games all night – and if they didn’t he’d be kicked out of school. Nathan Anderson’s mom, Lori, found a note on her counter last week and here’s what it said: Dear parents. Nathan has been doing good in all his classes except for video game class! If he does not stay up all […]

  • Utah man with prosthetic leg completes a marathon in all 50 states

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — “Every one of these has some special meaning,” said 58-year-old Tim Hurst of South Jordan as he sorts through 50 medals, each from a different state. Years ago, Tim never thought he’d ever earn even one. “I cannot honestly believe it, and it feels like a dream,” Hurst said. Tim lost his left leg when he was 21 in a motorcycle crash. “I still wanted to do a marathon, even though I knew it was impossible, […]

  • Man jailed in Davis County on sex offense charges involving martial arts student

    CLEARFIELD, Utah — A 20-year-old man has been booked into the Davis County Jail on sex offense charges involving a minor, and Clearfield police said the alleged victim met the suspect through his position as her martial arts instructor. Damian Fullmer faces six counts of aggravated sexual assault and two counts of forcible sodomy of a child. He was booked into jail Thursday and later released on a $150,000 bail. According to Clearfield police, Fullmer worked at Evolutionary Martial Arts […]

  • Ogden Man pleads for the return of prosthetic leg

    ROY, Utah — The prosthetic leg of an Ogden man was stolen along with his stereo and climbing gear on Tuesday. Now, the man is pleading to the community to help him find his leg. “I can do it, I’m just really limited. There’s a lot I can’t even attempt without that extra leg,” said Carsen Taylor of Ogden. Carson loves to climb but it became a challenge when he lost his left leg. A little more than a year […]

  • Family filing lawsuit after man shot, killed by police in Roy

    ROY, Utah — He was shot to death by two Roy City Police officers in February, and 38-year-old Nicolas Sanchez’s loved ones are still waiting for answers. Now an attorney out of California is filing a lawsuit against Roy City Police Department. “I still haven’t watched all of it. I can’t,” Annette Olsen said. Body camera footage brings to life the night Annette Olsen lost Sanchez, a man she took in as her son years ago. Officer: “Come over and talk […]

  • Low-income Provo residents given 30 days to vacate; complex to become student housing

    PROVO, Utah — Thirty days. That’s all the time 42 tenants of the Brigham Apartments in Provo have to pack up all they have and move out of their homes. New owners of the building want to renovate it and likely turn it over to student housing. That means dozens of people who are disabled or who otherwise depend on affordable housing have nowhere else to go. Some city leaders say this shines light on a bigger issue of the […]

  • Plain City rallies around restaurant owner given 30 days to leave the country

    PLAIN CITY, Utah — They came to Utah to live the American Dream, and now a Plain City family is being told they have 30 days to close their business and get out of the country. “I would be heartbroken; we have put everything we’ve got into this place, everything,” said Suzanne Whitelock, owner of Roylies in Plain City. Roylies, which is named after Suzanne’s grandmother, opened two years ago when Suzanne left Great Britain for Plain City and brought […]

  • No charges filed after young kids set five garages on fire, police say

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah — No charges will be filed after two children set five garages on fire in Saratoga Springs Monday afternoon. It happened at the Harvest Hills Condos causing nearly 200 thousand dollars worth of damages. Investigators say a three and five-year-old were playing with a butane torch in one of the garages. “I had another owner who is actually my friend call me and ask me if I was sitting down and he goes ‘good because your garage […]

  • Could Romney take Hatch’s place in the Senate?

    SALT LAKE CITY — Is former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney thinking of taking Orrin Hatch’s place in the Senate? Despite Senator Hatch still deciding if he’ll run for an eighth term rumors about Romney are flying. “The rumors are just rumors until Senator Hatch decides he wants to do,” said Jason Perry, Director of Hinckley Institute of Politics. The question if Romney will go for the Senate seat comes on the heels of Hatch’s statement last […]

  • Young Utahn battling auto-immune disease stands out on ‘crazy hair day’

    SALEM, Utah – You know kids, they want to just have fun and fit in. But first grader Gianessa Wride is standing out, thanks to her mom. “She honestly is so fierce and so determined and she is just full of life,” said Daniella Wride of her 7-year-old daughter, Gianessa, who is packed with personality. But Gianessa’s life recently took an unexpected turn. “She’s in the first grade and she just got diagnosed with alopecia in January,” Wride said. Just […]