A Bay Area native, Ana moved from the North Coast to be here in the North State! Ana previously served as Multimedia Journalist and Anchor at KIEM/KVIQ in Eureka. While there, she covered Humboldt County government, education, health, and the growing cannabis industry. She even helped launch and pioneer the station's first morning show where she served as Anchor/Producer.
Ana graduated Cum Laude from San Francisco State University in 2017, with a degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism.
Ana's career began as an intern at The Filipino Channel (TFC). After her internship ended, she took on many roles and had the opportunity to work on many of the network's TV shows. From there, her journey led her to KPIX CBS 5 in San Francisco, where she worked as a Production Assistant and News Writer.
Ana loves getting to know people and hearing their stories! When she's not reporting, she enjoys watching Netflix, trying out new food places, or exploring the town!
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Access to health care just got a little easier for folks in Shasta County.
Firefighters were busy in Shasta County over the holiday weekend.
Campers were forced to run after a fire erupted in Whiskeytown on the Fourth of July.
As cases climb across Shasta County, many business owners are wondering if they too will have to shut down or rollback on reopening.
The Redding Chamber of Commerce has money on hand to help small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
People in Shingletown say they are breathing a sigh of relief after learning the suspected killer involved in the Shingletown double murder has died.
With coronavirus cases spiking, nursing homes aren’t in any rush to reopen to visitors
The Shasta County Grand Jury released its report into the Carr Fire. The report revealed a lack of fire fuel management led to the county being at risk for fires.
Food banks in Shasta County are hoping to ease the burden for those impacted by the coronavirus.
Shasta County hospitalizations have more than tripled in the past few days. Shasta County Public Health says this means more people are getting sick from coronavirus.
Data is updated nightly.
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