Andrea Menniti joined the CBS13 team in 2007. She’s a general assignment reporter, primarily working out of the Stockton bureau.
Andrea has covered several high-profile stories, including the discovery of Jaycee Lee Dugard, the disappearance of 8-year-old Sandra Cantu and several major wildfires.
She began her career behind the scenes at KRON-TV in San Francisco. From there, she landed her first reporting job at KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado. Andrea made her way back to California as reporter and fill-in anchor at KSBW-TV in Salinas/Monterey.
Andrea attended San Francisco State University and majored in radio and television with an emphasis in broadcast journalism.
In her spare time Andrea enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.
Feel free to email Andrea with story ideas at email@example.com.
Even though the mysterious Google barge is closed to the public, it’s not stopping fans from finding ways to find good views of it.
After the nearly 8-hour journey, the Google barge parked at its new home, where the city and port welcomed the tech giant with open arms.
The mayor has landed in the negative spotlight several times since he was elected.
The baby barn owl will be one of many helping protect levees and keep the future home of Google’s mystery barge rodent-free.
While dealing with the loss of her 89-year-old husband, Leona Turner was faced with another hardship—she was declared dead.
It’s a dangerous combination around the Rim Fire burn scars, where property owners are preparing for landslides and protecting their properties.
Vandals are leaving Lodi residents in the dark by damaging streetlights in what the city thinks might be a gang-related issue.
Juan Calvillo’s body was found on a trail in a nature area in what deputies are calling a homicide, though they have no motive for the killing.
Turlock fire engineer Rick Sousa spent his Saturday with fellow firefighters and little league coaches replacing what thieves stole.
Farmers relying on the Central Valley Project will be getting no federal water this year in the latest blow to agriculture from this year’s drought.
During the search of Eric Schroeder’s Fairfield home, investigators say they discovered hundreds of child porn pictures.
He was released early from Stanislaus County Jail after serving only a small portion of a sentence on a similar charge. Sheriff Adam Christianson blames realignment and jail overcrowding for his release.