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
  • Get a “Got another friend request message’ in your Facebook inbox? It’s a hoax

    The latest Facebook hoax is causing concern and confusion among many users. Users receive a message from a friend that says: “Hi…I actually got another friend request from you yesterday…which I ignored so you may want to check your account. Hold your finger on the message until the forward button appears…then hit forward and all the people you want to forward too…I had to do the people individually.  Good Luck!” Confused? You aren’t the only one and there is a […]

  • Utah bride’s five brothers surprise her with a tribute from father who passed away

    MURRAY, Utah — Every bride dreams of a father-daughter dance at their wedding, but for Kaley West, that dream was taken away when her father unexpectedly passed away in March 2015. But on her wedding day, West’s brothers stepped up in a big way with a special tribute to their father. The brothers surprised West by inserting audio of their father’s voice from home recordings into the song “Fathers and Daughters” by Michael Bolton. After the opening chords of the […]

  • A day of reflection and sadness marks the 1 year anniversary of the Las Vegas Strip mass shooting

    LAS VEGAS — Survivors and supporters are gathering for memorial services on the one year anniversary of the Las Vegas shooting. Thousands of people ran for cover after a gunman opened fire during the Route 91 Harvest music festival on October 1, 2017—killing 58 people and injuring more. The memory of those victims will be honored at several events in Las Vegas Monday to mark the one year anniversary of the tragedy. The events began with a sunrise ceremony, and […]

  • Utahns who survived Las Vegas shooting gather at memorial day before anniversary

    LAS VEGAS — Many people who survived or who lost loved ones in the deadly Las Vegas shooting that killed 58 people last year visited a “healing garden,” the day before the anniversary of the attack. “It’s definitely difficult knowing that it was a much different outcome for so many families,” said Syndal Howard, a Salt Lake City resident who survived the shooting. Howard was one of 22,000 people who ran for cover when shots came down from a hotel room […]

  • Cyclists in Summit County say new road design leads cars into bike line, poses possibly deadly danger

    SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Some cyclists are concerned that a new road design in Summit County is dangerous, and possibly deadly. According to Michael Conti, a local cyclist, most of the cars he has witnessed driving on Kilby Road have swerved dangerously into the bike lane while navigating its new, curved portion. “It’s dangerous. Someone is going to get hit, if not killed. There are too many pinch points where the median is, and it forces the car into the bike […]

  • As summer comes to a close, experts hope for a snow-packed winter

    (KSTU) — It’s the end of the meteorological summer, and Utah’s reservoirs are at dangerously low levels. Weather forecasters are hoping that this winter will be a snowy one so water levels in reservoirs can be replenished. While some look to weather patterns and take a more scientific approach to predict how snowy a winter will be, others look for different signs, like the brilliance of fall colors, or even stripes on caterpillars’ backs. Watch the video above for more […]

  • Utah’s ‘100 Deadliest Days’ comes to an end with 102 traffic fatalities

    More than 100 stories, all sadly similar but equally as tragic and heartbreaking, took place during Utah’s “100 Deadliest Days,” the time of year where the most traffic accidents occur in the state. This year, 102 fatal crashes occurred on Utah roads since memorial day, which more than 2017. Watch the video above to hear from families who lost their loved ones, and how each and every driver in Utah can be safer, and prevent traffic fatalities.

  • Photo of Utah driver blowing black exhaust at winner of Hoodoo 300 cycling race goes viral

    KANE COUNTY, Utah — California cyclist Andrew Danly won the Hoodoo 300 cycling race in southern Utah this past weekend. Park City Ultra Cyclist, Michael Conti, documented Danly’s record-setting ride in hundreds of photographs, but only one has gone viral. It shows Danly pedaling on Highway 14 near Cedar Breaks, when a white GMC diesel pickup truck with its Utah license plate clearly exposed, passed him and released a huge plume of black exhaust. “All the sudden there’s this big […]

  • From cutting-edge to commonplace: Utah couple looks back on live-streamed wedding 20 years later

    (KSTU) — If technology has taught us one thing, it’s that a lot has changed in 20 years. A couple was married in Salt Lake City 20 years ago Tuesday, and they streamed portions of the wedding live on what many of us then called the world wide web. It was an impressive technological feat in 1998 that required specialized equipment, but here in 2018 it’s a process so simple many use it every day. Tuesday the groom used the streaming […]

  • Davis County Attorney files lawsuit against opioid manufacturers

    DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — The Davis County Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday that it is filing a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers. Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings said in a press conference that they are filing the lawsuit because of the direct impact they have seen opioids have in the county’s community. According to the lawsuit, 500 people in Davis County have died opiate-related deaths since 2000. “Defendants spent millions of dollars to create a publicity machine that, using supposedly unbiased doctors […]

  • New ballistics lab helps solve crimes, find suspects in Utah shootings

    OGDEN, Utah — Ogden Police say a ballistics lab helped solve a drive-by that could have killed several children. No one was hurt in the shooting, which occurred in June, but the suspect who fired the shots and fled the scene got away. Ogden Police sent shell casings from the drive-by to a new crime intelligence lab, where they were tested, and a suspect was identified. Watch the video above for information on how the suspect was caught, and the […]

  • Just before his 77th birthday, Orem man summits Mount Timpanogos for the 1,000th time

    OREM, Utah — A Utah hiker has set a new, impressive record. On Wednesday Ben Woosely reached the top of Mount Timpanogos for the 1,000th time and he did it a week before his 77th birthday. The sky was dark and cloudy, the wind whirling and cold rain pouring but Mother Nature did not put a damper on the day “What’s the day I chose to do my thousandth we have a thunderstorm, a real thunderstorm,” Woolsey said. With a […]