Before joining the ABC30 Action News Team in August 2017 she was a multimedia journalist and fill-in weather anchor for KRCR News Channel 7 in Redding, CA. During her time in Redding, she covered stories from wildfires and severe weather to the impacts new gun laws will have on Californians.
Cristina graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Communication. After graduating UNLV she went on to Mississippi State University to get her second bachelor's degree in Geosciences.
When Cristina is not working she loves to be out on the lake waterskiing and spending time with family and friends. If you have a story idea or want to say "hi" feel free to email her or message her on Facebook.
Community leaders come together to plan for future senior citizens
Dozens of community leaders worked to generate ideas and possible solutions to meet the growing demands of California's aging population.
Accuweather Forecast: Warmer today with some clouds.
Our warming trend wraps up today with temperatures moving up to the mid-80s this afternoon.
Marjaree Mason Center top 10 professional women of Fresno
The Marjaree Mason Center honored its top ten professional women and a leading business Tuesday during a special event.
Students writing book on historic crimes of Madera County, sheriffs who tried to solve them
Students in the Madera Unified School District are taking a different approach to learn about history in their county.
How Valley residents can protect themselves from pollutants and dust
With the Briceburg Fire burning in Mariposa County and dust picking up, Valley residents are going to want to take extra steps to protect themselves over the next few days.
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