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
- Dog Found Abandoned In Storage BinThe 2-year-old dog now named "Rory" was cramped inside a small container and covered in feces and urine. He may have been in there a full day.
- Sheldon High School Students Arrested In Classmate’s RobberyThey're accused of attacking another teen as he walked home from school, and trying to steal his designer beanie.
- Fate Of Nevada County Animal Shelter Draws ConcernSammie's Friends has been operating the shelter for nearly a decade, but recently learned the county may not renew its contract.
- Possible Alligator Spotted In Elk Grove LakeIn the Camden Park, there's something lurking in the lake.
- UC Davis Professors Leading Fight To Curb Nuclear WeaponsA workshop on Thursday at the university invited scientists from around the world to discuss and develop the technology.
- Spring Storm Brings Low Snow To SierraAs the temperatures quickly dropped in Pollock Pines, the snow plows sat on standby.
- Moms Ready To Fight Back With Self-Defense TrainingMore than a dozen Auburn women are arming themselves with self-defense tools and training, ready to fight for their children and their city.
- Folsom Daycare Owner Hit With Noise Complaint From NeighborShe says she's shocked that someone would complain about small children being active outdoors.
- Davis Police Group Quickly Replaces Teen’s Stolen WheelchairStraight from the heart of the Davis Police Officer's Association. Treasurer Ron Trn says when he found out what happened, he didn't think twice.
- Man Says He Was Beaten By Teens For Trying To Stop Fight At Skate ParkThe 61-year-old Fairfield man was at Allen Whitt Skate Park on Tuesday, a place where his kids and grandkids have grown up.
- ‘My Dream Has Become A Nightmare’ — One Year Later, Diesel Spill Leaves Nevada County Man’s Home In ShamblesBy the time hazmat crews showed up more than a week later, the fuel had already seeped underneath his Auburn home.
- Solano County Seniors Feeling Meals On Wheels CrunchSome Solano County senior citizens could be going hungry as Meals on Wheels struggles to meet growing demand.
- Prom Nightmare: Space Restrictions Leave Stockton Students Out Of DanceSome say it's a result of bad planning, while the school says it wasn't prepared for a record number of prom attendees.
- Between Shooting, Fire, Car Crash, Tragedy Won’t Leave Yuba County Family AloneIt's a story of unwavering strength as a Yuba County family pulls through a string of bad luck, overcoming tragedy after tragedy.
- Jury Recommends Death For Cop Killer Luis Bracamontes, TwiceThe illegal immigrant from Mexico was found guilty in February for the murders of two Sacramento area deputies in October of 2014.
- Grass Valley Students Mourn High Schoolers Killed By Drunk DriverTwo stand-out students, so full of life. That’s how Nevada Union High School sophomore Justin Gardner and senior Tyler Nielson will be remembered best.
- Could Fining Parents Help Crack Down On Bullying?Several cities in Wisconsin, New York, and Pennsylvania are now fining parents if their child is repeatedly bullying other kids at school.
- High School Students Save Girl From CarjackingIt happened just as students were heading home around 1:30 p.m. That's when one of them became the victim of an attempted carjacker.
- Elk Grove Neighborhood Fed Up Over Alleged Airbnb Party HouseSome Elk Grove homeowners are fed up with a new Airbnb on their street. Residents say strangers are partying all night long, drinking and smoking outside and disrespecting the neighborhood.
- City Of Elk Grove Named Finalist In Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors ChallengeThe city of Elk Grove has earned a top spot in a national challenge, and the grand prize is worth millions of dollars.