Debbie brings more than 25 years of reporting and anchoring experience to Northern California. She covered everything from President Ronald Reagan's re-election campaign in 1983 to the U-2 Spy plane crash in Oroville in 1996. the explosion at the Kopper's Wood Treatment Plant and countless court trials and drug busts.
The longtime journalist started her career at KCRA in Sacramento as an intern. Debbie also worked in radio part time, before becoming a news reporter at KHSL TV, weekend anchor, noon news anchor and evening anchor.
Debbie sat on several non-profit boards, including the Salvation Army Advisory Board. She currently sits on the Board for Chico Friends of the Library.
Debbie is also the author of two children's books, 'Gracie's Big Adventure with Augustine the Beaver' and 'Gracie's Big Adventure with the Misfits'.
Debbie attended grade school and High School in the Sacramento area. She is a graduate of Chico State University and also attended University of Wisconsin, Green Bay.
She and her husband have two children. Debbie is very active in their school.
Her family also has a dog they adopted from the Butte Humane Society.
UPDATE: 8:38 a.m. Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - The suspect who was wanted in two armed robberies in Chico is now dead after a high-speed chase in Red Bluff Tuesday night.
Pleasant Valley High School is getting an upgrade throughout its campus that should be complete by the 2021-2022 school year.
A traffic stop ended in the arrest of one man and the seizure of drugs, weapons and cash.
Paradise Police arrested a man after they say he stole a chainsaw out of a man's truck.
Hundreds of residents in North Chico spent a good part of their Mother's Day without power.
The library is encouraging people to get library E-Cards.
Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey said Tuesday he will file charges against the driver of the truck that crashed in Oroville, killing three people.
One person was injured Thursday afternoon in an RV fire in Oroville.
A powerful tribute to those souls who lost their lives in the Camp Fire is now on display in Chico.
The first real numbers are out showing the number of people who have left Butte County since the Camp Fire.
Data is updated nightly.
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