Angela joined CBS13 in March 2016 as a general assignment reporter. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to continue her storytelling career in her home state.
Born and raised in the Bay Area, Angela attended San Francisco University’s Broadcast Journalism program, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. There, she also received the highest honors from the Broadcast Education Association for her investigative storytelling. Angela credits the mentorship she received at KTVU and KPIX for her achievements, along with her passion for giving a voice to the unheard.
After graduating from SF State in 2011, Angela quickly worked her way up from an intern to a news writer at KPIX in San Francisco. Learning from some of the best in the business, Angela’s news experience landed her an on-air reporting position at KNVN/KHSL’s Redding bureau in 2014.
Angela was a one-woman band in Redding; she shot, edited and wrote all her stories. She covered several high-profile cases around Shasta County, including missing baby Ember Graham, the storage bin child murders in 2015 and the Shane Miller case. Angela also extensively covered the drought and Lake Shasta’s declining water levels. Angela’s stories have been featured on NBC News and other TV news channels across the country.
During her two years in Redding, Angela didn’t just tell peoples’ stories; she became part of the story. Angela has worked extensively with One Safe Place and the Good News Rescue Mission. Being involved with the community is something Angela enjoys and is passionate about.
Angela loves to spend her free time with her family and friends, and in the outdoors. She loves to hike scenic trails, play water sports and practice her shooting at the gun range. Angela also loves going on road trips, and exploring the food scene wherever she goes. Have any recommendations? Send her an email!
Angela is excited to be calling Sacramento her new home, and can’t wait to explore everything it has to offer.
You can watch Angela’s reports weekdays at 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. and at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. on weekends.
Angela’s Recent Stories
- When Stephen Hawking Visited UC DavisHe lectured at UC Davis for a week-long lecture about cosmic inflation in 2003. Both his lectures were sold out.
- Students Ready To Walk Out On Wednesday Over School ShootingsThey say they’re standing in solidarity with the victims of the Parkland school shooting in Florida, while also calling for gun control measures.
- Artists, Politicians And City Mourn Loss Of Developer Ali Youssefi“We respected him so much for being more than a businessman, he was really a community leader and for artists, he created a lot of opportunities for us,” said David Garibaldi.
- Bug Breeding In Floodplains Meant To Help Salmon Food SupplyA group of UC Davis scientists is partnering with the conservation group California Trout to grow bugs in floodplains to feed salmon.
- Search On For Suspect Caught On Camera Lighting SUV On Fire In StocktonStockton police are searching for a man they believe purposely lit a car on fire.
- Sacramento City Council Approves Controversial Adult Day Center Near SchoolsParolees convicted of federal crimes will be spending more time along Franklin Boulevard, near two elementary schools.
- Search Continues For Missing Boater On Lake NatomaAccording to a witness, the man was in his rowboat and suddenly fell into the water.
- UC Davis Sees Spike In Pediatric Marijuana Emergency Room CasesLast November the California Poison Center saw 30 cases where children had ingested marijuana. The trend continued through January, bringing the number of ill patients to almost 100.
- Woman With Big Heart Says Her SUV Was Stolen By Homeless House GuestA military veteran with a big heart was swindled for helping a homeless woman.
- Hospice Shelter For Homeless Opening In SacramentoA Sacramento woman is helping terminally-ill people who live on the streets die with dignity. It’ll be the West Coast’s first hospice shelter and would provide a safe and pleasant space for the terminally ill to spend their last days.
- Folsom Moms Urge People To Boycott Businesses Supporting NRA FundraiserSome businesses around Sacramento and El Dorado counties are under fire for supporting a local NRA fundraiser.
- Two Women Urging People To Boycott Businesses Supporting NRA FundraiserSome businesses around Sacramento and El Dorado County are under fire for supporting a local NRA fundraiser.
- Farmers Concerned About Cold Snap On The Heels Of Warm WeatherFarmers around the Sacramento region are gearing up for the freezing weather.
- Sierra Snow Snarls Traffic In High Country During Holiday WeekendTravel was slow on Sunday across Eastbound and Westbound I-80, after a storm dumped several inches of snow across the Sierra. Interstate 80 was looking more like a parking lot.
- Sac Metro Fire Training Saudi CrewState-owned oil company Saudi Aramco sent seven firefighters to Sacramento so that they can get more training in one of the nation’s busiest fire districts.
- Missing Turn Saddles $20 Million Indian Health Service Project In Yolo CountyThe Yolo County Board of Supervisors says there are issues that must first be addressed. It's now filing a lawsuit against the IHS.
- 1 Year After Oroville Dam Evacuations, Safety Bill PassesIt’s been one year since nearly 200,000 people were evacuated over fears the Oroville Dam auxiliary spillway could fail.
- California’s Race For Governor Heats UpWith the "Me-Too" movement shaking up the Capitol, many voters are wondering how it will shape the race for California’s next governor.
- Sacramento Police Department’s First Female Officers Honored For Trailblazing SpiritFelicia Allen and Flossie Crump both started on the force in 1974 during a time they say the police department wasn’t prepared to work with women.
- One Year Later, Who Will Pay For Oroville Dam Spillway Emergency?The Department of Water Resources is asking FEMA to help pay for 75 percent of the cost, but FEMA is balking.