Gutierrez will co-anchor the 4:30-7 a.m. newscast alongside Susan Carlson beginning March 12.
“Kris has an incredible depth of news experience — on a local and national level — and I am thrilled to welcome him to our morning news team,” WBBM vice president and news director Jeff Kiernan said in a statement. “He will bring a new energy and fresh perspective to our early morning news show and I’m confident viewers will enjoy his broadcast style.”
Gutierrez has worked as a Dallas-based correspondent for Fox News Channel since 2007. He will replace Jim Williams, who has been filling in on the early-morning broadcast since Steve Bartelstein‘s departure in July.
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