Krystle Gutierrez Biography
Krystle Gutierrez is an American journalist working as a traffic reporter. She returned to NBC 5 in 2019. She attended Texas A&M University with a degree in Agriculture Journalism.
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She is married to NBC News anchor, Kris Gutierrez.
Krystle Gutierrez Career | Krystle Gutierrez NBC 5 Today
She is usually on air from 4:30 a.m to 7 a.m on NBC Today. She was on CW’s Morning Dose and Fox 4’s Good Day. She was a reporter and a fill-in the anchor as of 2007 to 2012.
Her memories while here were the destructive wildfires that hit North Texas in 2011, the 2010 NBA All-Star Game and Super Bowl XLV in 2011. Krystle has also been a fill-in anchor and reporter at WGN-TV and CLTV in Chicago. She had experience of winter reporting.
She was at KRIS-TV in Corpus Christi. She was working as an anchor and health reporter. Her compelling story on a South Texas teen’s battle to survive after contracting a deadly form of Staph bacteria was honored by the Texas Medical Association and the Texas Associated Press.
She was also awarded for her story Aggie Game Day Live. This was when she was working at KBTX-TV in College station.
For the first 2 seasons of the show, she got two Telly Awards for experience in live broadcasting. Her start in TV news was when she was a studio camera operator for KBTC-TV. This was when she was the only Freshman in college.
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Fox 4 News segment 1 of 2 on Shooting Stars – 4/8/11
Article by Gutierrez
Temperatures plunge Sunday afternoon
In a matter of about two hours, temperatures in Chicago plunged more than 15 degrees Sunday afternoon.
The city went from an unseasonably warm 50 degrees all the way down to a below average of 34 degrees in that short time span.
Thousands of shoppers were out in force downtown for the Black Friday weekend, and not everyone was fully prepared for the temperatures to drop so drastically.
Thankfully, the Christkindlemarket was just a few short steps away, where visitors could grab a hot cocoa, or some other warm beverages.