Kristian Lopez is a bilingual reporter for Action News Now and a weather fill-in for Acción Noticiero Telemundo.
She is was born and raised in Chico, California.
Kristian started as an intern in June 2018, and then became an associate producer and weather fill-in for Acción Noticiero Telemundo.
Kristian graduated from Chico State in December 2019 with a degree in Communications and Broadcasting.
She became a full-time reporter for Action News Now in January 2020.
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When the Fall semester at Chico State begins, campus life will be closer to normal, with distancing rules relaxing in the dorms and inside classrooms.
Usually the whole downtown is closed off with a street fair, car show and parade but those events are on hold. Friday’s event is a drive-in movie. Saturday, a salsa taste-off and a spring fest.
Local leaders in Chico are looking into an idea to help get the homeless off the streets and into jobs.
With the upcoming fire season, CAL FIRE officials are urging everyone to do their part to stay vigilant and stay safe and update things like defensible space.
Several Chico city councilmembers and butte county supervisors -- facing claims they met in secret to troubleshoot the homeless shelter situation.
Firefighters across the area are ramping up efforts ahead of the fire season.
A Netflix reality show and social experiment is featuring Chico native, Bryant "Ikar" Wood. He might be able to win $100,000 -- if he survives the season.
Friday, friends and family members came together at the site of a deadly street racing crash in Oroville to remember their loved ones who were killed.
Businesses in Orland are reacting after Glenn County moved into the orange tier on Wednesday.
People in Chico gathered for a protest to rally against the return of a needle distribution program that is planned to start at a new site on Park Ave. and E. 18th St.