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Gloria Gomez Biography

Gloria Gomez is a general assignment reporter focusing on court cases and the criminal justice system. Gomez joined the FOX 13 News team in May of 2005.

She is originally from Sacramento, California. She graduated from Sacramento State University with a B.A. in communication studies.

In 1997, Gomez began her career in journalism in Southwest Florida. She worked as a reporter at WINK-TV in Fort Myers. Two years later, Gloria returned home and worked for KOVR-TV as a bureau reporter in Stockton, California.

“My timing couldn’t have been planned any better. Throughout my six years at KOVR, I covered some of the biggest stories to hit the Central Valley.

National stories that included the Yosemite murders, the Chandra Levy disappearance, and the Laci Peterson case,” she says.

Gloria Gomez Age

She is a general assignment reporter focusing on court cases and the criminal justice system. Gomez joined the FOX 13 News team in May of 2005. She was born on December 26. 1953 in Bogotá, Colombia. Gloria Gomez is 65 years old as of 2018.

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She graduated from Sacramento State University with a B.A. in communication. In 1997, Gloria began her career in journalism in Southwest Florida. Her parents, brothers and sisters details are under review and will be updated soon.

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She is excited to be a part of the FOX 13 News team. Gomez is passionate about her career and she enjoys covering the big stories in the Tampa Bay region.

You can contact her, through the following email: at Gloria.Gomez@foxtv.com. She has revealed details of her husband in the public. The details are under review and will be updated soon.

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Gloria Gomez Net Worth

Gomez is a general assignment reporter focusing on court cases and the criminal justice system.

She joined the FOX 13 News team in May of 2005.

Gloria Gomez has an estimated Net Worth is $500,000 thousand dollars as of 2019.

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 Fox’s Latino Family: Introducing Gloria Gómez

It is hard to believe the little Mexican girl from Sacramento has been a journalist for 13 years. It is even harder to believe how much my personal and professional life has grown over those years.

I always knew journalism was in my blood. As a child growing up in Northern California, I was constantly seeking the truth in everything. I was also challenging the status quo.

I just couldn’t get enough news coverage, especially on big stories. I knew I was hooked when as a teen I passed on going to the mall with my friends so I could watch the Iran-Contra hearings. I was fascinated by the real-life drama unfolding right before my eyes.

I knew it was historic and badly wanted to be a witness to it. In college, my doctor was helping me overcome panic attacks.

He later determined the cause was probably linked to my fixation on coverage of the Iraq War. I watched the coverage every waking moment and eventually that doctor told me to turn off the television, or else! I followed his orders and the panic attacks went away. But my passion for journalism only grew stronger.

Throughout my career, I have had the opportunity to cover many fascinating stories. The Chandra Levy disappearance and the Laci Peterson case are two of the bigger ones. Both were tragic but compelling.

Early in my career, I learned just how powerful broadcast television can be. In February of 1998, I covered the Yosemite murders.

A mother, her teenage daughter, and a family friend were all murdered during a visit to the park. I remember one heart-wrenching moment during the search for the three. I had obtained video of a cheerleading competition that included one of the dead girls.

Her father watched it with me. We were both moved to tears. It hit me then and has stayed with me ever since my job involves so much more than reporting. My work touched people’s lives and in turn, they trusted me with their deepest thoughts and emotions.

The empathy and sensitivity that came out in my work grew deeper after I faced my own personal tragedy two years later. My mother, who I considered my heart and soul, died of cancer.

I never felt so empty and alone in all my life. I was surrounded by my large and loving family; yet felt no one in the world could love me as she did.

Her love was unconditional. She was all I had and now she was gone. I tried as best I could, to focus on my work. I kept thinking about what it would be like to face a television crew asking questions.

The same thing I had done so many times before. Their questions would no doubt be tough to answer. They would have no idea who I was, and they would ask me insensitive questions like “how do you feel.”

I truly believe the pain and grief that cloaked my broken spirit helped me connect with other people touched by tragedy.

Throughout the years I went on to cover other high profile stories but I did it knowing that the people I talked to were very real. That they deserved respected and dignity.

I do not know what the years ahead will bring in my career, but I hope the compelling stories keep coming my way. I do know for certain, that each story I tell will contain a piece of my heart.

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Convicted Tampa cop killer files appeal, citing ‘ineffective’ counsel

fox13news.com — TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) – The double murder of two police officers remains a dark chapter in Tampa’s history.

The killer, Dontae Morris, now says he wants a do-over. Morris gunned down officers Dave Curtis and Jeffery Kocab during a traffic stop and then ran them over as he fled.

Morris was convicted of the murders and sentenced to death, but recently filed an appeal, claiming his attorney, Byron Hileman was “ineffective” and didn’t follow through on challenging evidence and witnesses on the stand. 7 DAYS AGO Open in Who Shared Wrong byline?

Brandon teen charged as adult in fatal shooting of 14-year-old girl – Story

fox32chicago.com — BRANDON, Fla. (FOX 13) – A teen accused of shooting into a car, killing one of its teenage passengers, is being tried as an adult, according to the Hillsborough County State Attorney’s Office.

Dereck Polanco Rivera, 16, was in juvenile court as the charges against him were read Wednesday. He accused of shooting into a car traveling on a roadway in Brandon.

One of the bullets hit and killed 14-year-old Dinorah Rodriguez. Officials say Dinorah and Rivera were at the same party earlier that night. 8 DAYS AGO Open in Who Shared Wrong byline?

Brandon teen charged as adult in fatal shooting of 14-year-old girl

fox35orlando.com — BRANDON, Fla. (FOX 13) – A teen accused of shooting into a car, killing one of its teenage passengers, is being tried as an adult, according to the Hillsborough County State Attorney’s Office.

Dereck Polanco Rivera, 16, was in juvenile court as the charges against him were read Wednesday. He accused of shooting into a car traveling on a roadway in Brandon.

One of the bullets hit and killed 14-year-old Dinorah Rodriguez. Officials say Dinorah and Rivera were at the same party earlier that night. Read also about Jim Weber

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