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
  • Utah family gets attention for unique pet

    LAYTON, Utah – Many people have unusual pets, but not very many families have a pet goose, which is why a Layton family is getting a lot of attention for their family pet. Kevin and Diane Westcott said geese make great pets. “We started keeping geese back in 2003, and with our first set of geese that we got, one of the goslings started to go lame on us, and we had never kept geese before, so we started doing […]

  • Victim, officials warn consumers of potential scams

    SALT LAKE CITY —  A Utah woman was able to get a refund after she was scammed by a fake collections call, and the postal service said nearly 400 complaints have been filed against the company in question. Janet Leimonstoll said she was able to get her money back after she found proof she had been defrauded. “I had purchased, years ago, some products through the Disadvantaged Handicapped Workers,and I hadn’t bought anything from them in years and years,” she […]

  • Negotiation skills worth a great deal at pawn shops

    SALT LAKE CITY — Pawn shops are one of many options people choose when they need quick cash, but it can be tricky for consumers to get the best values. Pawn Shop Owner Jeff Bernard said the object a person is buying or selling is only a part of the equation when it comes to setting a price. “The person that’s the better negotiator is the one who’s going to get the better deal,” he said. Bernard said good negotiators […]

  • Teens design educational app for national competition

    PROVO, Utah — Seven sophomore students at Timpview High School are close to winning $10,000 after developing an app that won a statewide competition. The Verizon Innovative App Challenge required students to come up with a clever app idea and write an essay about its design. Jared Swenson is one of the seven on the team, and he said explaining their idea within the constraints of the contest was a challenge. “One of the biggest parts of this essay was […]

  • The pitfalls of returning holiday gifts

    SALT LAKE CITY – From the too-small sweater to the multiple copies of that DVD, some of us have to head to the store to return a well-meaning gift that misses the mark. FOX 13’s Kerri Cronk has a look at the pitfalls of returning those unwanted gifts and offers some tips on making the process easier.

  • Ogden participating in National Night Out Against Crime

    Ogden City will be participating in the National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday.

  • Memorial weekend deals

    Deals to help save money for travels over Memorial Day.

  • Facebook helps mother cope with son’s death

    Facebook is one of the most visited websites online. And with millions of people communicating through the social network site daily, it is no wonder family and friends grieve there during times of death. A Utah mother recently sat down with FOX 13 to share her story about how Facebook helped her through the grief process after her son died. When it happened, it was a bit of a surprise for Whitney Heren. She says she never intended to have […]

  • Protecting your child from identity theft

    A new report shows identity theft among children under five has grown 105 percent in the last year. Utah Chief Deputy Attorney General Kirk Torgensen gives advice on how to protect your child from identity theft. For more information, visit

  • 100 years since the sinking of the Titanic

    It’s been 100 years since the “unsinkable” Titanic hit an iceberg and fell to the ocean floor, killing more than 1,500 people. The centennial anniversary has many people taking a renewed interest in the ship.

  • Think before buying rabbits or chicks for Easter

    Utah animal welfare officials warn against buying rabbits or chicks as Easter gifts. The animals require more attention and effort than many people imagine, and many animals are let out into the wild or returned to animal shelters.

  • Butter substitutes

    The best-tasting butter substitutes.

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