Cort Klopping has been a part of the KNVN/KHSL team since 2006, when he began as an intern in the production department, while finish school at California State University Chico. He has held several positions at the stations including photographer, news reporter, news anchor, and weather anchor.
Cort served as a news photographer from 2007 until 2008, when he began his duties in front of the camera as a general assignment news reporter. From 2008 to 2013, Cort's responsibilities included reporting news three days a week, and delivering the weather forecasts for our weekend broadcasts. From May 2013 until present, Cort Klopping has been our outgoing news, and weather co-anchor for Action News Now in the morning, and at noon.
Cort is a native of the Bay Area city of Fremont, but has made Chico his home for the past 13 years. He plans on continuing to serve the community he has grown to love for many years to come.
Sunny and warmer weather is ahead for your Monday. Gusty North winds will result in slightly higher fire danger. Stronger winds and low humidity will bring high to extreme fire danger to our region on Wednesday and Thursday.
Showers have already tapered off in the valley, but mountain areas could have scattered showers lingering into your early afternoon. Another chance for mountain showers will return late Friday night.
We're cooling down with cloudy skies this afternoon. Showers will brush across Northern California tonight.
We're staying warm and dry today, but cooler temperatures and the chance for showers are returning to Northern California this week.
Warm and dry weather is on the way for your Monday. A big cooling trend and the chance for wet weather returns for the middle of your work week.
Forrest Hartman stopped by our studio to talk about the big release hitting theaters this weekend.
The Red Flag Warning expires today and mild weather is on tap for your weekend.
Gusty North winds and low humidity will continue to drive high fire danger today. Welcome changes return for your weekend.
Gusty North winds and very dry conditions will drive critical fire danger across Northern California today.
Warm and mild weather is ahead for your Tuesday. Gusty winds and low humidity will result in a big increase in fire danger mid week.