As the 5 p.m. news anchor and 10 p.m. reporter for KTVX/ABC4 in Salt Lake City, Utah, Kim Fischer brings experience, versatility, and enthusiasm to her job. A native of Texas, Ms. Fischer recently worked in public relations for Real News. Prior to that role, she was a morning reporter and fill-in anchor at NBC5 in Dallas, Texas, from 2009 to 2011. Kim Fischer attended the University of North Texas, where she received her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Radio, Television, and Film. A member of the Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, Ms. Fischer was a reporter and news anchor for the school’s NTTV channel, and she interned at KXAS NBC5. After graduation, she was an intern for KXAS. She then became a producer and morning show anchor for the NBC affiliate, KRBC-9. From 2004 to 2005, Kim Fischer worked for a duopoly station through Nexstar, reporting on three newscasts per day for NBC affiliate KAMR and anchoring the 9 p.m. FOX newscast for KCIT. She worked as a host and producer for Crozier and Henderson Productions and as a beat reporter for News 4 WOAI before rejoining KXAS, the station where she interned in college. Ms. Fischer appeared live on the Today Show in 2011. She has had a number of reports picked up nationally. Kim Fischer is active in a number of charitable causes, bringing media exposure to organizations such as the Child Abuse Prevention Center, Children’s Miracle Network, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and Kids of Dallas: Night of Superstars. The weekend event celebrates the achievements of children with disabilities and includes limos, a formal walk on the red carpet, awards, and much more. Currently residing in Salt Lake City, Kim Fischer continues to make a difference in her community.