Kristi Paulus

Anchor

Kristi Paulus
Kristi Paulus
Anchor
Kristi Paulus comes to KIMA/KEPR with nearly 20 years experience in television news. For many years she worked as reporter in large cities such as Seattle and Sacramento covering events ranging from earthquakes, floods and snow storms to presidential campaigns, Boeing strikes and crime that affects our communities and our sense of safety.

Kristi's story mirrors countless others in the Tri-Cities. She moved to Richland in 2010 to take a job anchoring the news in Kennewick. She thought she would move on after three years, but instead discovered the Tri-Cities was not another stop on her journey as expected, but she had found her home for herself and her 7-year-old daughter.

Being a natural morning person, the morning news at KIMA/KEPR is a perfect fit for Kristi. She considers it a privilege and an honor to greet you in the morning with the news of the day, giving you the information you need to get your day started!

Kristi still lives in Richland in an alphabet house that she loves with her daughter, her new husband and stepson, and their two annoying cats.

Recent stories by Kristi Paulus

Kennewick Police looking for drive-by suspect Kennewick Police looking for drive-by suspect
KENNEWICK, Wash -- Kennewick police are looking for a person who fired a shotgun at a house at close range last night.

Officers say just before 9pm they responded to several reports of a drive-by shooting in the area of West 10th Avenue and South Gum.
Plastic surgeon has been patient as well Plastic surgeon has been patient as well (Video)
If you're in the market for cosmetic or reconstructive surgery, there's a new doctor in town. She's highly praised for her work in Seattle. The difference you'll find in this doctor is that she's been the patient as well.
Four flu deaths in Tri-Cities Four flu deaths in Tri-Cities (Video)
The Benton Franklin Health District confirms that four people in the Tri-Cities have died from the flu this season so far. The deadly cases have all been in elderly patients..but doctors say young people can be at risk as well.