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
- Golden 1 Center PreviewThe Sacramento Kings have hosted two soft openings for the new Golden 1 Center this weekend. Today’s event for season ticket holders prompted street closures in Downtown Sacramento.
- Pest Detection Program Targets Residential Areas To Save Crops From Invasive InsectsA viewer post on social media wondering why there was an insect trap in her lemon tree with a "do not disturb" sign revealed a bigger answer to her question.
- West Sacramento Teachers Say They’re Prepared To StrikeDozens of teachers around West Sacramento are taking a stand against the Washington Unified School District.
- Teen Sisters Hurt During Stockton Protest Felt Targeted Because They Are WhiteStockton police are searching for the suspects in a vicious attack that happened on Friday against two teenaged sisters.
- Diocese Of Stockton Could Pay Out $15 Million To Sex Abuse VictimsThe Diocese of Stockton could pay out a total of $15 million to more than two dozen victims who claim they were sexually abused by priests in the diocese.
- Officials: Aggressive Fire Prevention Strategy Helped Control Blaze Near Cal ExpoSacramento County Regional Parks officials say aggressive fire-prevention tactics by maintenance crews played a big role in controlling last Thursday's fire near Cal Expo.
- Sacramento Kings Fan Fest Tickets Run Out In HoursWe are inching closer to the grand opening of the new Golden 1 Center and the city is already getting Kings fans hyped up for the big day.
- Galt Police Department Closure Concerns ResidentsA Facebook post by the Galt Police Department prompted community concerns on Thursday after it announced the police department would be closed for several hours.
- Family Looking for Answers Seven Months After Lodi Woman’s MurderSeventy-four-year-old Dorothy Wiederrich was found tied up and stabbed to death in her Lodi home in February.
- Detectives: CHP Officer Suspected Of Distributing Child Porn While Off-DutyCalifornia Highway Patrol Officer Patrick Cooney's arrest on child porn charges comes after a two-week investigation by Placer County Sheriff’s deputies and Sacramento Valley High-Tech Crimes detectives.
- Residents Say Animals Left Suffering In Land Park Pond Restoration ProjectSome people who live in Land Park are upset over a pond restoration project.
- Massive Study Aims To Shed Light On Genetics And AutismA research center at UC Davis is taking autism research to a different level.
- Driver Leaving Great-Grandma’s Wake Crashes, Killing Grandma, Dad’s GirlfriendA deadly hit-and-run crash claimed the lives of the suspected driver's own family.
- Folsom City Council Candidate Called Out Over Run-Ins With LawA Folsom City Council candidate is being criticized by some for not being the role model he claims to be.
- Divers To Begin Recovering Spirit Of Sacramento Paddle Wheeler On TuesdayA legendary riverboat with a Hollywood history capsized on the Sacramento River Labor Day weekend.
- Lodi Parachute Center Under Investigation After DeathsThe deaths of an 18-year-old and a skydiving instructor in Lodi in August have prompted a larger investigation by the U.S. Parachuting Association.
- Fallen Deputies Mentioned In Donald Trump Immigration PlanDuring Tuesday night’s speech in Phoenix, Donald Trump used the names of two local fallen deputies to push his immigration plan.
- Deal Struck On Spending $900 Million In California Climate FundsTheir deal includes $363 million for clean vehicle incentives and hundreds of millions for urban plants and efforts to create cleaner air in disadvantaged communities.
- Assemblyman’s Staffer Leaves Profane Voicemail For Pastor Opposing LGBT Discrimination BillJoey Hill left the colorful voicemail in response to Pastor Little's written statement, opposing Senate Bill 1146, a bill that would protect LGBT students from being discriminated against at Christian colleges and universities.
- New Federal Laws Ease Commercial Drone License RequirementsPrior to Monday’s passing of new federal drone laws, commercial drone operators would have to get a professional pilot's license to fly.