Linda Mumma
Linda Mumma is a multimedia journalist and graduate of San Francisco State University with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and Electronic Communication Arts. She's spent the last eight years travelling across the West Coast covering major news events for both on-air and online.

She began her career as an intern at KTVU Channel 2 News in Oakland, CA, then went on to become a videographer, running the "Fan Cam" at Oakland Athletics games and later a News Anchor and Reporter in Chico, CA where she drank loads of caffeine while working the early morning hours. She also spent several years reporting in Tucson, Arizona and most recently at CBS-13 in Sacramento.

Linda has covered major stories like the controversial Immigration Law signed by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, the fire that damaged dozens of stores at the Roseville Galleria near Sacramento and the reckless driving arrest of Sacramento Kings Basketball star Tyreke Evans.

She's interviewed a variety of political figures and leaders such as Arizona Senator John McCain, Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Linda is a fraternal triplet and one of seven children. Don't be surprised if she says "Halito" or hi. Her family is part Native American and her Great-Uncle Woodfin is teaching her the Choctaw language.

In her spare time she enjoys hiking, indoor and outdoor soccer, photography, spending time with family and playing with her 26 1/2 pound cat Harvey.

Crews are working to repair an insurance office in Northwest Fresno after an SUV crashed through the front entrance and injured several people.
Two people are being credited with pulling the pilot out of a burning crop duster after it crashed in an agricultural field and caught fire in Merced County.
That is what a Valley church is asking as it attempts to answer the call to conserve during California's ongoing drought. The church hopes its latest mission will serve as an example to others.
California approves fines for water-wasters during drought as conservation proves a tough sell.
One of the biggest projects in state history is now underway in Central Fresno. Crews with the High-Speed Rail Authority began demolishing the "Annie's Hollywood Inn" on Monday. It's on Golden State near Pine. The work will make way for the first phase of the multi-billion dollar project.