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
- El Dorado County Registry Helps Find Missing People With AutismThe El Dorado County Sheriff's Office uses a special autism registry to help find them -- so far, 65 people with the disorder are on the registry, but the Sheriff's Office wants more people to sign up.
- Tax On Wealthy Would Fund Tuition For California College StudentsA bill coming before the California Assembly would tax people making more than $1 million a year to fund tuition-free college across the state.
- California Considers Removing Income Tax For TeachersLegislators introduced Senate Bill 807, known as the "Investment in Teachers Act," to help recruit and retain more teachers in California. The bill would also eliminate all state income tax for teachers who stay in the classroom for more than five years.
- Sacramento Schools Look To Close Teacher Shortage GapThe teacher shortage in California has made recruiters scramble to find educators to fill teaching jobs and keep them.
- Former Stockton Mayor’s Bail Reduced, But GPS Monitoring AddedFormer Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva has been behind bars for more than a week now, but his attorney says that will change Tuesday.
- Inmates Get A Glance Of A Second Chance After PrisonThe state's Division of Adult Parole Operations held its very first re-entry fair at the prison's maximum-security facility Friday. The Department of Education and several housing agencies were on-hand to answer inmates' questions.
- Future Of Stockton Kids Club Unclear After Anthony Silva ArrestThe doors to the Stockton Kids Club are still locked, days after authorities raided the building, looking for financial records that could pin former Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva in a money laundering scheme.
- Former Stockton Mayor Accused Of Embezzlement, Money LaunderingSilva is accused of misappropriation of public funds, embezzlement, grand theft and money laundering. All charges come with a "white-collar crime enhancement," according to the San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office.
- New Round Of Lead Testing Starts For Sacramento State Drinking WaterA second round of testing has begun at Sacramento State after elevated levels of lead were found in drinking water across campus in January.
- Trump Transgender Decision Has Sacramento Parents UpsetLeaders and lawmakers met at the state Capitol on Thursday, denouncing the president's decision, calling it an attack on transgender youth.
- D.A.: Baby Justice’s Parents Ignored Court Order, Continued Drug UseAccording to the DA, Yolo County’s Child Welfare Services handed baby Justice over to Rees and Green under the condition they get drug treatment, but the DA says that didn't happen.
- California Bill Could Let Cities Push Last Call Back To 4 a.m.A state lawmaker is proposing a bill to give cities more control over when they can stop serving alcohol. The proposed law would apply to establishments zoned for late-night entertainment.
- Tyler Island Residents Watch As Crews Race To Shore Up Damaged LeveeThe reclamation district which oversees levees in the area noticed a hole in the levee on Monday -- It's now 70 feet wide.
- Wrong-Way Driver, Victim In Deadly Interstate 80 Crash IdentifiedFernando Bravo's family is now left grieving after the crash. Tears and hugs of comfort surrounded the Bravo family as the tragedy began settling in.
- Potholes Surprise Drivers, Tear Up Tires On Interstate 80Over the last 24 hours, Caltrans crews have gotten several reports of drivers getting their tires blown out in the Sacramento area.
- Investigators Discover More Victims In Child Exploitation CaseInvestigators say they've discovered several new victims in a child exploitation case ranging from the Sacramento region to the Bay Area.
- Vandals Target Roseville Islamic CenterRoseville police say someone tagged the Tarbiya Institute with hateful comments overnight. Members of the institute are speaking out, saying they're now concerned for their safety.
- California Lawmakers Aim To Protect Rights Of Immigrants Under Trump AdministrationThis comes on the heels of President Donald Trump's promise to deport millions of undocumented immigrants and possibly create a national registry of Muslims.
- UC Davis Student Acts As Translator For Iranians Detained Under Trump BanUC Davis law student, Sara Ehsani-Nia, spent her weekend translating for an Iranian couple who was detained at San Francisco International Airport for three days.
- Sacramento State Students Leery Of Campus Water After Lead TestsDozens of students and university staff are now seeking answers, after finding out they could have been drinking water contaminated with lead.