Before coming to Channel 7, she spent several years reporting across town at FOX5 News, as a national correspondent with BET Nightly News and as a media specialist at the Public Relations firm Fleishman Hillard International.
Kemberly started her television career behind the camera at WNET in New York and then headed west where she landed her first reporting job at WPTA in Ft.Wayne, Indiana. She then headed further west to the San Francisco Bay area to KNTV in San Jose, California.
Kemberly has been honored with a local Emmy for consumer reporting and has been nominated for several others. She prides herself on her versatility as a reporter, covering everything from Super bowls to earthquakes, social, political and lifestyle features.
Kemberly grew up in New Rochelle where her family still resides. She attended Syracuse University where she graduated with honors receiving a BA in Psychology and English.
Dozens of drivers with the app-based ride service Uber rallied Thursday outside the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission headquarters.
Workers are busy covering 135,000 square feet with a substance called sedum that almost resembles grass. And when it's finished, it will be the largest green roof ever to cover a sporting venue.
Long lines of people snaked down the block outside greater the Greater Allen AME Cathedral of New York in Jamaica to say goodbye to 31-year-old Lionel Pickens, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Briarwood just hours after performing at a show in Brooklyn.
Kemberly Richardson has the story.
Police say 31-year old Lionel Pickens was killed and another person critically injured after being shot inside their car early Sunday in Briarwood.