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!
A protest took place Thursday morning during the Butte County Public Health's weekly coronavirus briefing, with community members demanding businesses be allowed to reopen.
Oroville Mayor Chuck Reynolds says he is aware that many local businesses are still open for indoor operations and says he supports their decision.
The Oroville City Council voted Wednesday morning to declare a local emergency, due to impacts from the Bear Fire. A top priority on the city's list is saving its ash-filled drainage system.
The Butte County Public Health officer has issued a hazard advisory warning against habitation of destroyed property in Butte County.
Community members are gathered at Mike's Grande Burger in Oroville, saying they’ve had enough and want to continue indoor operations, despite the statewide order.
Berry Creek almost burned to the ground by the Bear Fire. Reporter Kristian Lopez gives us a look at the damage left behind.
Reporter Kristian Lopez visited the town Thursday and was able to confirm that one couple's home was still standing.
One man from Oroville says he stayed behind to try to protect his home but it was consumed by the flames.
Chico State Police says they have been responding to fewer calls after the university switched to online classes.
The Forebay Aquatic Center in Oroville says business increased this year even with the coronavirus pandemic.
Data is updated nightly.
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