Cristina Davies
Cristina Davies is a reporter and the weather anchor for the weekend editions of Action News AM Live.

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.

Cristina's Stories
Accuweather Forecast: Fall Like Weekend
Cooler weather for this weekend. Meteorologist Madeline Evans will have your full forecast on Action News.
Your weekend
Have you made plans for the weekend yet? If not, we have a few ideas for your consideration.
New building in central Fresno to provide housing and jobs for low-income families
Besides the new building, the money will also be spent on sidewalks, bike lanes, trails and other infrastructure upgrades in the immediate neighborhood.
Woman in critical condition after firefighters rescue her from northeast Fresno house fire
The woman is still in the hospital. No firefighters were injured during the rescue.
Recent fake chain scam in southeast Fresno similar across the state
The Asian Supermarket is now putting up fliers to try to catch the crooks and warns customers to be more alert.
Portions of the Valley in moderate drought conditions
It's been quite a few weeks since California especially the Central Valley saw significant rainfall.
China Peak still open despite warmer weather
Troy Cohee with China Peak says about 90% of the mountain is open with the majority of those runs being groomed.
Simple tips to avoid problems as allergy season nears
While many begin taking an over the counter antihistamine, Dr. Buddiga gives his patients allergy shots to desensitize them to what triggers their reaction.
Community leaders and Fresno St. alumni celebrate growth of university
Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro said that private support from alumni and friends grew over 20 percent in the last year.
China Peak Mountain Resort hoping for more snow after quick start to 2019-20 season
Even though the outlooks are not promising, China Peak is not looking at closing early. Cold temperatures are ideal for making snow.