Kerri is the morning host and anchor of KSTU’s award-winning news program “Good Day Utah” and “Live at 11.”

She got her start in television at KCBD in Lubbock, Texas.
During her job interview she was asked to write a story for the 10 o’clock news and return the next day if they used it on the air. The rest is history!

Her reporting skills landed her a job at FOX. She has been fortunate to cover such stories as the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and travel to Africa with a Utah medical team helping children in Ghana.

She says the trip was life changing and she hopes to take her children back to West Africa one day.

Kerri enjoys road biking, watching football (she’s a Packers fan) and traveling. She successfully climbed Kilimanjaro in 2009 and unless you blink, you might spot her in a Disney movie!

She and her husband have two boys and love Utah and all it has to offer with the outdoors.

Despite the love/hate relationship with her alarm clock, she’s thrilled to be a part of the Good Day Utah Team. “I have a great job. I get to laugh every day.”

Kerri joined the Fox news team in 1994 and recently received a Milestone Award for her 20 years of dedicated service to KSTU.

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Recent Articles
  • New SLC Intl. Airport set to open in 2020: Here’s what to expect

    SALT LAKE CITY — A project that has taken up most of the decade will be complete in the new year. Crews have been working on the new Salt Lake City International Airport since 2014. The new airport is set to open Sep. 15, 2020. It will have windows as tall as 45 feet to provide views of the Wasatch Front, hundreds of places to charge electronic devices, and a massive waiting area for large groups like families of missionaries […]

  • The making of the Masked Singer

    The Masked Singer is already planning its second season, with quite a wishlist for contestants. Of course, the biggest struggle is keeping everything under wraps — a task that may be even more difficult in the next season. Learn more about how this show was created by watching the story above.

  • App gives parents-to-be a glimpse at baby’s potential traits

    Expecting parents can now use their smartphones to learn what their unborn children may be like. For about $100, BABYGlimpse will analyze a couple’s DNA (acquired via saliva samples) and show them, through their smartphone app, the genetic traits the baby is likely to inherit. Watch the video for more from Fox 13’s Kerri Cronk.

  • Fox 13 Dream Team rewards lifetime of service by paying off woman’s home 

    SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – The Fox 13 Dream Team is on a mission to change lives. We’ve partnered with Mountain America Credit Union to help make some dreams come true for deserving Utahns. For our first surprise, we dropped into Aleen Spencer’s ceramics class at the South Jordan Community Center. Aleen holds the all-time record for most volunteer hours at the center, and she also volunteers at the Riverton Senior Center as well. Aleen’s friends and family tell us she […]

  • Genealogy Gifts: Could looking into your past cost you in the future?

    SALT LAKE CITY – Red hair, green eyes, and a curiosity to know where it all began. Brooke Nigh had a lot of questions about where she came from and the answers seemed to lie in a DNA testing kit she got from her husband for Christmas. So she spit into a vial, sealed it, and mailed it off to a lab in Utah. “It would be exciting to see something that I had not considered pop up,” she said. […]

  • FOX 13’s ‘Happy’ Joe Wren speaks after heart attack leaves him with slim chance of survival

    SALT LAKE CITY — FOX 13’s “Happy” Joe Wren is lucky to be alive after suffering a massive heart attack in September. The FOX 13 News personality collapsed at an Ogden Park after playing pickle ball. “I yelled out ‘Call 9-1-1’ and I hit the ground without even knowing it. It was that quick,” Wren said. Friends and fellow pickle ball players Rusty Jensen and Bob McFarland quickly administered CPR to a lifeless Wren. Soon, there were faint signs of […]

  • Vain Utah: Cosmetic surgery more popular than ever in the Beehive State

    SALT LAKE CITY — If you ask anyone outside of Utah what the state is known for, you’re likely to hear things like mountains, Mormons and maybe fry sauce. But, there’s a new distinction that’s raising a few eyebrows, and that’s cosmetic surgery—with study after study detailing Utah’s obsession with looking good. Take a drive down I-15, and you’ll easily see the signs. Glance at the covers of any magazine, and you’ll see the look. For something once kept private in […]

  • Blooper! Fox 13 anchors Kerri and Dan in the dark… literally

    Fox 13 had a little power blip Monday morning during Good Day Utah. Kerri and Dan were in the dark, literally this time. Luckily the back up generator kicked on, as you can hear in the background, and they could continue with the show.

  • State Parks officials says, ‘boat early and boat often’ as low water levels may mean shortened season

    SALT LAKE CITY – Spring has arrived and the weather is getting warmer, making it the perfect time to go boating. But Utah’s recent mild winter will have an impact on people’s boating plans by late summer. Spring is when waters rise in Utah’s lakes and reservoirs, but this year boaters may want to get out on the water earlier in the season. Eugene Swalberg, a public information officer for Utah State Parks, explained: “So what’s that impact going to […]

  • New report suggests steering clear of some supplements, multivitamins

    SALT LAKE CITY — Nearly half of the country takes supplements and multivitamins, but a new report suggests many of us may be over doing it, and actually putting our health at risk. With more and more options every day, shopping for vitamins and supplements can become a challenge. Consumer Jennifer Cook said caution is important. “I’m pretty careful, and I’m very careful about what I give to my kids,” she said. That careful attitude is key, according to a […]

  • 3D printing could improve joint replacement surgery

    Joint replacement surgery has come a long way in recent years, but new developments in 3D printing technology could be making the whole process even easier for both patients and doctors. FOX 13 News’ Kerri Cronk has the story.

  • Fitness seekers plug in at high-tech gym

    SALT LAKE CITY – A high-tech gym is helping people get results by literally plugging them in. Peak Zone Fitness doesn’t just record their customers’ workouts, the exercises is monitored in real-time while the user is hooked up to equipment that puts stats like heart rate up on a monitor. Susie Perez uses the gym, and she said it’s been great. “It’s kind of a one stop shop,” Perez said. “They do everything in one place, and I’ve already lost […]

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