Kimberly Price Says Goodbye After 11 Years At KKTV

After 11 years with KKTV, Kimberly Price has decided, with much sadness and anticipation, to leave the business.

Kimberly started at KKTV 11 News in March of 1997 when she was hired as the Weekend Evening Anchor and Reporter.

Kimberly became the Morning and Noon Anchor for KKTV 11 News This Morning in the fall of 1999.

In her time here she has also taken on the challenge of being our health reporter, bringing you "What's Going Around" every Tuesday on 11 News at 10.

Kimberly has received numerous awards and honors from the Associated Press and the Colorado Broadcaster's Association for her reporting in both feature and news categories including coverage of the "Blizzard of '97", and her touching story of a baby who received a heart donation from a young murder victim. In 1999, Kimberly was honored by the Radio and Television News Directors Association with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her investigation into excess sewage being dumped in Fountain Creek due to flooding in the spring of 1999.

During her career, Kimberly has donated a lot of her time to speak to schools and organizations about the news business and excite young people about the industry.

Kimberly would also like to thank and say goodbye to all of her viewers.

Everyone at KKTV would like to thank Kimberly for her great journalism, dedication, professionalism and friendship. We wish her the best and will miss her very much.

If you would like to leave Kimberly a message, post a comment below.