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!
Under the purple tier, places of worship must halt indoor operations once again. Action News Now reached out to churches with local worship services to see how they are adjusting.
After new restrictions were announced earlier this week, Tres Hombres Restaurant in Chico decided to temporarily shut down.
The Chico Unified School District will meet Wednesday night, among the topics are how to move forward after Butte County landed back in the purple tier.
Now that Butte County is back in the purple tier, bars that have just reopened must once again close their doors.
A beloved business owner and Camp Fire survivor from Paradise was among those killed in a weekend pileup on Highway 99 near Gridley. Action News Now Kristian Lopez shares how the ridge community is mourning the loss.
As cases climb across our region – some doctors say they are getting overwhelmed.
Now that we’re getting our first real taste of winter weather, how are local businesses handling it? Action News Now spoke with a few different restaurants in downtown Chico on Friday.
Maverick McKeen, a homeschool kindergarten student, decided he wanted to do something nice for others during the holidays.
Between the Camp Fire and now the coronavirus pandemic, a local art center has been struggling to stay open. Action News Now reporter Kristian Lopez shares how people are coming together to help the center open back up.
Shane Grammer, known for the murals he created after the Camp Fire returned to meet with survivors on the second anniversary.
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