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!
Officials have shut down vehicle access at California state parks, leaving people worried about their boats.
An Oroville liquor store received backlash after requiring minimum alcohol purchases in order to buy essential items.
Chico City leaders say they've received many complaints about non-essential businesses that are still open and have a hotline people can call to voice concerns.
Many local restaurants in Chico are working to stay afloat amid the coronavirus outbreak, many owners say they are thankful for the community support.
Chico city officials say they are looking at many different options to help keep the community safe during the coronavirus outbreak, including the possibility of a 'shelter in place' order.
Target has announced they are reducing hours and reserving one hour a week for 'vulnerable shoppers.'
Many local grocery stores have been dealing with the rush of customers, stocking up on items like cleaning supplies, hand sanitizer, canned food and toilet paper.
Some bars and restaurants in downtown Chico have chosen to close their doors due to Coronavirus concerns.
The Paradise Unified School District is offering free meals to their students while they are out of the classroom.
Rolling Hills Casino in Corning is open amid coronavirus concerns and workers are taking steps to keep guests safe.