Angela joined the CBS13 team in April 2017 as a weeknight reporter and anchor. The two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist is thrilled to be continuing her career in Sacramento, so close to her hometown in the East Bay Area.
Angela is a passionate storyteller who prides herself in helping people, forming connections and trying to make the community a better place.
She says Sacramento has always been on the top of her list of news markets to work in, and says she couldn’t be more grateful for the opportunity to work for such a great team.
Before coming to CBS13, Angela reported in Joplin, Missouri where she not only covered the deadly 2011 Joplin tornado but lived through the devastation after her own apartment was destroyed. During her time in the Midwest, Angela won The Kansas Association of Broadcast Award for an in-depth piece about mothers using meth while pregnant. She also won third place for her coverage of a “storm hero.”
In 2012, Angela moved back to California to report at the NBC and CBS affiliates in Fresno. There, she won an Emmy for a feature story on a boy with autism and his friendship with the garbage man. Most recently, Angela was the investigative reporter for CBS47, bringing to light corruption and injustices.
Angela graduated from San Francisco Stae University (GO GATORS!) with a Bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
In her spare time, Angela enjoys volunteer work and exploring her community. Her favorite past time is spending time with her husband and two young children.
If you see Angela out and about, please feel free to say hello!
Angela’s recent stories
- Donald Trump Adviser, Son-In-Law Jared Kushner A Focus Of ProbeCBS News has confirmed reports that Kushner did not disclose his meeting with a Russian banker who owns a bank that had been sanctioned by the Obama Administration.
- Carmichael Apartment Tenants Say Laundry Room Overtaken By HomelessLaw enforcement has been called out to complex hundreds of times, but the residents say it seems their complaints are being ignored.
- Manchester Terror Attack Spawns Fear, BraveryChildren are mourning children after a night of fun turned into a nightmare when a suicide bomber targeted fans at an Ariana Grande concert.
- The Danger In Front Of You: Bigger Vehicles Create Deadly Blindspot For KidsFrom 1996 to the year 2000, there were 24 recorded front over fatalities. But, that number jumped to 358 between 2006 and 2010. One reason? Bigger vehicles.
- Report: Trump Shared Relief Over Comey Firing During Meeting With Russian OfficialsAccording to its report, Trump told the Russians, "I just fired the head of the FBI. He was crazy; a real nut job. I faced great pressure because of Russia. That's taken off."
- Adventure Hunt Coming To Sacramento This WeekendIt's a modern day treasure hunt—Sacramento's very own version of "The Amazing Race" right in your own backyard.
- Memo: President Trump Asked FBI Director To Drop Flynn InvestigationA senior law enforcement source tells CBS News that President Trump pressured former FBI Director James Comey to drop his investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.
- Regional Transit Adding Paid Fare Zones To Cut Down On LoiteringThe days of hanging around a light rail station for anything other than to board a train will soon be over.
- Elk Grove Ready To Host Tour Of California For First TimeStage 3 kicks off in Elk Grove Saturday morning, with a 73-mile ride to the state Capitol.
- Celebrities, Notable Figures Splashed Across Bear Creek High YearbooksWill Smith, Dolly Parton and former president Barack Obama made cameos in this year's edition, and it was all Hannah Hightman's idea.
- Mormon Church Cuts Ties With Boy Scouts After Years Of CriticismThis comes after the church has expressed concern for years about the Boy Scout's policy to accept openly gay leaders.
- Regional Transit Ridership Drops After Rate Hikes, But Revenue UpNew numbers show a rider deficit of more than 2 million passengers riding buses and light rail in the last year.
- Research Shows Impact Of Rising Sea Levels On Stockton, SacramentoStockton City Hall, Dameron Hospital, even the University of the Pacific are all submerged. El Dorado Elementary School, along with thousands of homes are almost completely under water.
- $500 Million Loan To Help Oroville Dam Spillway RepairsFor now, the state has taken out a loan and is hoping to recoup a bulk of the cost, but there will be some leftover debt that could fall on the folks who rely on water from the Oroville Dam most.
- Meat On Shopping Cart Doesn’t Lead To Elk Grove Restaurant Code ViolationAccording to the inspection report, which was obtained by CBS13, the meat in the photo is pork belly. The restaurant's owner claims an employee was drying it out outside for personal use.
- Republicans Hurrying To Vote On Obamacare Repeal On ThursdayThe 'repeal and replace' movement has taken on new life in the house of representatives. A vote is now expected Thursday on a revised health care bill, a day after it won the support of two influential republican moderates, Billy Long and Fred Upton.
- California Bill Would Let Bicyclists Roll Through Stop SignsA bill making its way through the state Capitol aims to cut down on crashes across California by allowing bicyclists to roll through stop signs.
- Tech Executive’s Domestic Violence Sentence Draws OutrageFormer Cuberon CEO Abishek Gattani may only spend two weeks in jail, after allegedly beating his wife for decades.
- 100 Days And 32 Executive Orders Later How Is President Trump Doing?A potential government shut down has been put on hold for now, and though President Trump avoided one crisis on the eve of his 100 days in office, he's now facing another as North Korea tested another ballistics missile, Friday.
- Weed-Eating Goats, Fourth Of July Fireworks On Chopping Block In RosevilleThose are just two of the potential budget cuts Roseville may make as the city tries to solve a $2.2 million deficit.