Kimberly Kuizon joined the FOX 13 Team in March of 2013. Kimberly is a multimedia journalist covering our southern viewing area.
Kimberly joined us as a photographer and soon was assigned to cover a variety of stories. With her photographer background, she is a natural for the multimedia journalist position. She shoots, writes, and edits all of her stories.
Born and raised in Anna Maria, Florida, she realized her love for news while anchoring the morning news at Anna Maria Elementary. After graduating from Manatee High School, she attended the University of Florida College of Journalism, receiving a degree in broadcast news.
Kimberly's broadcasting career began in Sarasota at WWSB and then WFTS in Tampa as a multimedia journalist. She was honored with the University of Florida Excellence in Broadcasting Award and is a three-time winner of the Florida Associated Press Award.
Kimberly enjoys scuba diving, fishing, and cheering for her Tampa Bay teams -- and, of course, the Florida Gators.
There was a record-breaking swine auction at the Manatee County Fair this year, but the pig that took nearly five times the normal price is only part of the story.
A Bradenton brewery has turned its beer cans into adoption fliers for shelter pets at Manatee County Animal Services.
There’s not much left of Mira Lagos apartment building in Bradenton after a massive fire Monday morning.
What's coming to a currently empty lot has Venice and Sarasota County talking.
With four paws and a wagging tail, Rucker has become the newest member of Manatee County's first responder family.
With a little more than seven weeks to prepare, Nik Wallenda is getting ready for his biggest challenge.
Feral hogs are becoming more than a nuisance in parts of Sarasota County. The large holes they dig are not difficult to spot.
Once vibrant and busy, the mall is now a shadow of itself, hanging on with a single restaurant, a few chain stores, and small businesses.
With every sift of dirt, new clues appear, dating back to the 1700s.
He wore a bulletproof vest, had a badge, and claimed to be "the sheriff." One woman in Sarasota County knew his story seemed wrong.