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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While forward progress stopped on the Fawn Fire, the Shasta County Board of Supervisors held a special meeting today because of it.
Covid-19 cases continue to impact schools in Shasta County.
Surging COVID-19 cases mean Shasta County Supervisors won't meet again for the rest of the month.
Some local parents have been waiting for a COVID-19 vaccine for kids 11-years-old and under. But some parents are still hesitant to get their kids vaccinated.
The Dixie Fire remained very active on Thursday. Fire engines could be seen driving along Highway 44 in Old Station.
Shasta County Public Health is pleading with the community to help stop the downward spiral.
Helicopters were flying over the Monument Fire on Tuesday. A plume of smoke could be seen going down Hyampom Road.
Despite hazy skies hanging over Whiskeytown, several people were coming out. Towing their boats attached to their trucks and kayaks were strapped to their cars.
The Cascade Theater is bringing back live performances and guests returning, restaurants around the area are looking forward to the foot traffic that the theater will bring to Downtown Redding.
Rising Covid-19 cases on Shasta County campuses are overwhelming schools trying to stick to safety protocols.