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.
You can follow Kristian on Twitter at @KlopezNews or email her directly at Klopez@ActionNewsNow.com if you have any story ideas!
The new school year is right around the corner but it’s still not clear what it will look like. Parents have mixed reactions when it comes to sending kids back to school during the pandemic.
The Old Barn Restaurant had only been open seven weeks when the Camp Fire destroyed their business. They moved to Chico, and now are facing new and unexpected challenges.
The community of Chico has come together to restore the Bethel AME Church. The historic structure was built in 1867
The Palermo Union School District says it will offer two different options for parents this fall, in-person classes or online courses.
Some restaurants are closing their doors after employees are testing positive while others are choosing to shut down temporarily due to coronavirus surge concerns.
During Tuesday's Chico city council meeting, city leaders discussed a variety of topics, including extending free parking in downtown and the controversial needle distribution program.
Health care providers say the recent surge in coronavirus cases is prompting more people to get tested and this is impacting some of our testing sites.
The 53rd annual Fourth of July parade still went on as planned in Los Molinos, with precautions in place.
One local business owner told Action News Now that his employees have been receiving threats on both side of the mask mandate issue.
The coronavirus continues to impact people's ability to pay rent, but California is extending its eviction ban in the state.
Data is updated nightly.
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