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.
Thousands of miles and years later, 'Maggie' the bulldog is now making up for lost time with her true owner in California. It's all thanks to some dogged police work.
Public concern pushed the Sarasota County School Board to a unanimous vote to part ways with now-former Superintendent Dr. Todd Bowden.
A historic B-29 plane will be on display in Sarasota this weekend. Many World War II veterans hope to catch a glimpse, but the last surviving member from the Hiroshima nuclear mission has a unique point of view on the plane's history.
At Brookside Middle School, female students said something happening inside Maxwell Guss's classroom wasn't right. Investigators say their suspicions were not the result of paranoia - and administrators may have failed to report allegations of misconduct as far back as 2017, when Guss worked at a high school.
Getting a business off the ground is hard, but any chef will tell you, starting a restaurant is one of the most difficult.
Six students from Manatee County are about to travel across the globe to face off in the Formula 1 World Constructors' Championship (WCC).
Fredy told his teacher he was allowed to walk home from school, so she let him go. He ended up at a familiar place, but his mom wants to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Sitting along Palm Avenue in Sarasota, the DeMarcay Hotel is bound to catch your eye. Built in the 1920s, it was once a masterpiece of Sarasota.
It's become a pilgrimage for some. The green water, with a sulfur-like smell, draws visitors to Warm Mineral Springs Park in North Port.