Before coming to KDKA, Kym worked at FOX 53 in Pittsburgh and in her hometown of Wheeling, W. Va. as an anchor at WTOV.
She is a member of the non-profit organization Women In Film and Media, where she mentors young women in the broadcasting industry.
Kym likes to refer to herself as a “story-teller.” She makes it a goal to gain the trust of her interview subjects and give viewers a unique perspective of the big story of the day.
Kym lives in the South Hills with her husband and twin daughters. She volunteers and teaches CCD at her church, St. Joan of Arc, and is active in her school’s PTO organization. Kym also volunteers her time supporting many charity organizations throughout Pittsburgh.
Kym has an extensive dance and theater background, and still enjoys taking dance classes at the studio her children attend.
She has training in the martial arts, in the Goju ryu style of karate.
Always thrilled by getting “that great deal,” Kym considers herself an expert bargain-shopper and coupon-clipper and loves sharing her saving secrets with others.
She graduated Magna Cum Laude from West Liberty University.
Acting Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert made his first town hall style appearance since taking over the bureau as he addressed several community groups on Wednesday evening.
Pittsburgh Police and University of Pittsburgh Police are implementing targeted patrols in Oakland after several break-ins.
The city will soon kick off the holiday season with the popular, annual Light Up Night celebration in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Some voters in Westmoreland County are seeing unprecedented lines this Election Day.
One year ago, a Clarion County boy’s arm was severed in a horrific farm accident, but a year later, he’s playing baseball again.
Police are investigating after a teenage girl was shot in the chest Monday at a home in Westmoreland County.
The Baldwin-Whitehall School District is vowing to stand on the front lines of the battle of the growing drug addiction epidemic.
In the fight to keep young people out of jail; Pittsburgh is hosting the National Rally for Dignity in Schools.
It’s affectionately known as “Little Italy,” but there’s nothing small about Bloomfield’s Columbus Day parade.
Despite the pleas from a parent group concerned about air and water quality, the Mount Pleasant Township Board of Supervisors has approved a conditional use permit for Range Resources.
On the heels of a legal firm releasing its findings into the handling of the teacher-student sex scandal at Plum School District, the board has voted to reinstate the superintendent.
More than two years after Ellwood City fireman Dick Streckeisen participated in the department’s ALS ice bucket challenge, he never expected he’d be battling the disease today.
Families in western Pennsylvania, and hundreds of millions more across the country, are drinking tap water containing a cancer-causing chemical.
Pittsburgh Police are looking for the vandals who damaged several cars on the North Side over the weekend.
Police have a suspect in custody after a standoff this afternoon in the city’s Hazelwood neighborhood.