Christina Fan
Christina Fan joined the Action News Team in February 2016 as a general assignment reporter.

Previously, she worked as a multimedia journalist at WOWK-TV in Charleston, WV. There, she investigated a massive chemical spill that tainted the water supply for more than 300,000 West Virginians. She also led the newsroom in its coverage of controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

The east coast native was born in Toronto, Canada, and grew up in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. She graduated from Northwestern University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and International Studies.

Christina is excited to call California home. She looks forward to covering and telling the stories of people living in central California. You can reach her at or on Facebook or Twitter.

In her spare time, Christina loves to travel and follow her favorite tennis player, Novak Djokovic.

The town of Mariposa is slowly coming alive after the raging Detwiler Fire shut it down for three days.
For the hundreds of evacuees sitting in the crowd at the Merced Theatre, the same question has been on their minds for the last four days.
In the middle of fire ravaged Cathey's Valley one resident is trying to provide comfort to a town that feels empty and foreign.
Firefighters say they have never seen a wildfire shift directions so erratically, crisscrossing mountain ridges and trying to jump the highway at every turn.
No, you read it right. A swarm of mosquitoes is being released in Fresno, but these male insects can't bite humans. And when they mate with the invasive, local species, they can't reproduce.