Kyndell Kim is a general assignment reporter and weekend morning anchor at News 3. She joined the KSNV-TV team in 2015.
Before joining News 3, Kyndell worked at KBAK/KBFX-TV in Bakersfield, California where she anchored the station's midday newscast while also reporting for the evening shows.
Additionally, Kyndell works as the station's fill-in weather forecaster.
Prior to moving to Bakersfield, Kyndell began her career as a reporter for Time Warner Cable's Channel 3 News in Orange County, CA and as a production assistant at the ABC-owned station in Los Angeles. Kyndell also worked as a reporter and multimedia journalist at Patch.com, granting her the valuable dynamic of working in both broadcast and online journalism.
Kyndell is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine where she earned a bachelor's degree in political science, with an emphasis in United States government and law.
She also earned a minor in English literature with a focus in journalism. Kyndell was a cheerleader at UC Irvine where she spent many nights cheering on Anteater Basketball, including her husband who is an alumnus of the team.
Kyndell is currently working towards earning a second degree, a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
When she's not out in the field you can find Kyndell taking photos, learning new recipes or studying meteorology.
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