Kris Gutierrez Biography
Kris Gutierrez is an American journalist working for KXAS-TV and also a co-anchor at NBC News at 5. He grew up in Lewisville.
He attended Lewisville High School and he used to play for the Fighting Farmers. He attended the Texas Christian University and graduated with a BS in Broadcast Journalism.
He used to play for Division One collegiate soccer for the Horned Frogs. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two children when he is not on air. He is a big supporter of the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, FC Dallas, and Dallas Stars.
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He is married to Krystle Gutierrez and the couple has two children together.
Kris Gutierrez Career | Kris Gutierrez NBC 5
Kris Gutierrez joined KXAS-TV in March of 2015 to co-stay the NBC 5 News at 5. Nine weeks subsequent to joining the station he tied down a broadcast from a tornado-assaulted Runaway Bay. The communicate earned the group an Emmy grant for best broadcast in the district.
Kris is an honor winning columnist with energy for everything Texas. He experienced childhood in Lewisville and later moved on from Texas Christian University.
He returns in the wake of going through three years as a morning commentator at WBBM-TV in Chicago. In 2014, the morning group won an Emmy for a report that Kris field moored after a tornado contacted down. That equivalent year Kris was named for an Emmy as the best reporter.
Before his time in Chicago, Kris went through five years as a national journalist for FOX News Channel situated in the system’s Dallas agency. He was the sole correspondent in charge of all article content in a four-state district that included Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Kris secured probably the greatest news occasions in the southwest area.
In 2008, he announced from the FLDS Yearning for Zion Ranch in El Dorado, TX. Not long after the FBI assaulted the polygamist order farm, Kris was reporting in real-time with live inclusion of breaking improvements, in what turned into the biggest authority case in US history.
Youngster Protective Services expelled each tyke from the farm established by faction pioneer Warren Jeffs. In 2009, Kris announced live from Ft. Hood, under 24 hours after the deadliest shooting frenzy at a military installation in US history.
In 2010, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal took Kris up in a helicopter for a select voyage through the touchy wetlands and bogs that were affected by the BP oil slick. Kris went through almost three months in Louisiana observing the aftermath from the most exceedingly awful oil slick in U.S. history.
His meeting with previous BP CEO, Tony Hayward, stood out as truly newsworthy when he told Kris, “I’d like my life back.” The New York Times later announced that TV station officials said Kris was among the “stand-outs” in the oil slick inclusion. In 2011, Kris went through seven days covering the overwhelming EF-5 tornado that hit Joplin, MO.
Now and again, Kris was additionally called to document live reports from different pieces of the nation. He saw the cutting edge space rocket from a get-together plant in Utah, canvassed fierce blazes in California, rode out sea tempests along the Gulf Coast and gave broad inclusion from the Texas-Mexico fringe, chronicling the rising pressure and grisly turf wars between adversary sedate cartels.
Preceding his system experience he was an Emmy-grant winning columnist/substitute stay at KPRC-TV in Houston. While there Kris was named the Best Television Reporter in Texas by Texas Associated Press Broadcasters. He was likewise named a Top Television Journalist by the Houston Press Club. His narrating likewise earned the Best Live Report grant from the Dallas Press Club.
He’s won about twelve Lone Star Emmys, a Regional Edward R. Murrow grant for a progression of reports about the Texas-Mexico fringe, and been named Best News Anchor by the Texas Association of Broadcasters.
Kris was additionally a correspondent/substitute stay at KVUE-TV in Austin, TX. While in Austin his reports were regarded with a few Texas Associated Press Broadcaster grants. The American Cancer Society likewise perceived his work.
Already Kris was an end of the week stay at WKBN-TV in Youngstown, OH and he started his vocation with a similar situation at KXII-TV in Sherman, TX.
He moved on from Lewisville High School where he played four years of varsity soccer for the Fighting Farmers. In 2013, Kris turned into the most youthful individual at any point accepted into the Lewisville High School Hall Of Fame. Among the inductees is previous Dallas Cowboy and Super Bowl champion Walt Garrison.
Kris earned a BS in Broadcast Journalism at Texas Christian University and played Division One university soccer for the Horned Frogs. He’s still dynamic in the TCU people group, sitting on the Board of Volunteers at the Bob Schieffer College of Communication and co-facilitating TCU Soccer digital broadcasts with lead trainer Eric Bell.
Known by associates for wearing boots with his suits, you will frequently discover Kris, his significant other, and their two kids volunteering at neighborhood occasions and supporting the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, FC Dallas and Dallas Stars.
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Kris Gutierrez returning from Chicago to be NBC5’s new 5 p.m. co-anchor
Kris Gutierrez is circling back to North Texas to become co-anchor of NBC5’s 5 p..m. weekday newscasts.
The Fort Worth-based station made the announcement Wednesday, with Gutierrez scheduled to start in March.
“This is a Texas homecoming for a journalist seasoned by regional stories like the Fort Hood shootings and the devastating Joplin tornado,” NBC5 Vice President of News Susan Tully said in a statement.
Gutierrez had been a Dallas-based national correspondent for Fox News before leaving in early 2012 to co-anchor the early morning newscasts on Chicago’s WBBM-TV. The Texas Christian University graduate also has worked for TV stations in Sherman, Austin, and Houston.
Gutierrez’s wife, Krystle Gutierrez, had been a Fox4 news reporter during his time in Dallas. She then left the station to join him in Chicago.
In the four-week November “sweeps” rating period, NBC5 ran first at 5 p.m. in total viewers and third among 25-to-54-year-olds (the main advertiser target audience for news programming). Gutierrez will team with incumbent NBC5 anchor Deanna Dewberry. Brian Curtis, the station’s 6 and 10 p.m. weekday co-anchor, had been filling in at 5 p.m. while management sought a permanent replacement.