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.
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The state of California reversed its ruling on putting Shasta County in the purple tier.
Many citizens breathe a sigh of relief as the state of California rolls back Covid-19 restrictions in Shasta County.
Certain polling place protocols are in place to make sure people can vote without distractions.
Saturday morning, Shasta County health officials announced that the state of California is allowing the county to stay in the red tier of the state's Covid-19 system, an abrupt reversal which is expected to be a "huge relief for our local businesses," said Public Health Branch Director Robin Schurig.
Shasta County Supervisors spent an entire day hearing from community members about whether they should find a workaround to keep businesses open, against the state order.
Mercy Medical Center and Stanford Health and its School of Medicine are partnering together to offer more cardiac care services for the Northern California area.
As cases continue to climb, Shasta County leaders are fighting to keep businesses open.
Shasta County is in the most restrictive tier for the first time.
County election offices are bustling with activity as they get ready for the big election on November 3.
As coronavirus cases continue to climb, all Shasta County libraries will be closed for the second time.
Data is updated nightly.
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