Kimberly Gill anchors KDKA TV News at Noon and 4 with Stacy Smith. She also hosts Your Pittsburgh, a show highlighting what’s new and positive in the Pittsburgh area.
Before joining KDKA, Kimberly worked as a news anchor at television stations in Ohio and South Carolina.
She has received recognition throughout her career for both her work in front of the camera and for her work in the community. She was recognized by The Ohio Broadcaster’s hall of Fame as its Personality of the Year for 2009. She was also nominated for an Emmy for her work as a host for several KDKA –TV produced programs including The Children’s Hospital Free Care Fund telethon and Highmark First Night.
She was one of Pittsburgh’s 50 Finest in 2012. She’s part of the New Pittsburgh Courier’s Fab 40 under 40. And she’s also a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh.
Before becoming a news anchor, Kimberly paid her way through college by working two jobs. She fueled private and commercial airplanes for Eagle Aviation and she drove18-wheelers for FedEx. Even today, she keeps her Class A commercial driver’s license current – just in case her TV career doesn’t work out.
Kimberly was born in Newberry, South Carolina. She holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from The University of South Carolina and an MBA from Ashland University in Ashland, OH.
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State Auditor General, Jack Wagner, wants state lawmakers to license and regulate tattoo parlors in Pennsylvania.
Dozens of treasured cultural assets are opening their doors free to the public over the next few weeks for the return of RADical Days. The annual event is sponsored by the Allegheny Regional Asset District, or RAD, which distributes your sales tax money to support those organizations.
When Sheila May-Stein first arrived at Manchester School in Pittsburgh, she was blown away by what the school didn’t have – books. For years, the library at the school dwindled and there was no funding to save it.
Pride and excitement filled the gymnasium today at Geibel Catholic High School in Connellsville. The Cardinal Newman Society just named Geibel Catholic as one of the nation’s top 50 Catholic high schools.
Today’s deployment on the 11-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks was led by a flag ceremony followed by moments of silence marking the exact times each plane crashed. It’s Brian Westfall’s second deployment. He’s leaving behind his wife, Jennifer, and son, Camden.
After removing two dozen cats last week, Humane Agents removed more cats from a Carrick home on Tuesday.
Fire Chief Leonard Novak walked out of the district judge’s office in Baldwin Friday morning with his head down. He lamented after being told he had to turn in his firefighting equipment and have no contact with the Becks Run Independent Fire Department.
Most midsize luxury cars — including the Mercedes-Benz C-Class — performed poorly in a new frontal crash test developed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
If you travel the Pennsylvania Turnpike, you have probably noticed the bright yellow call boxes. They are there for emergencies, but lately they haven’t been getting very much use.
Highmark opened the doors to its new comprehensive breast care center at Forbes Regional Hospital, giving Pittsburgh women a one-stop shopping approach to breast health.
For the second day, Jordan Miles’ attorneys were unsuccessful at getting Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper to testify Miles was improperly arrested and beaten in January 2010.
A woman accused of kidnapping another woman’s baby last week, was in court Tuesday.
Bored with your workout? Try giving ballet a twirl. Ballet works almost every muscle of the body, increases flexibility and even helps relieve stress.
Everybody is born with two to four million sweat glands, but they’re not all created equal. Some people sweat more than others, and it can lead to embarrassing problems. But there’s a new medical device that promises relief.
The calendar currently says June and it is hot outside, but at PPG Place, the holiday season was on everyone’s mind Thursday.