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.
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Ryan Morales, 28, the man accused of causing the accident, has still not been charged, because he’s in critical condition at the hospital.
Three zoo elephants are easing their way into retirement after cross-country journey paid for by former “Price Is Right” host Bob Barker.
As of Thursday afternoon, 278 people were infected with seven outbreak strains across the United States—213 of those cases are spread across 34 counties in California. No deaths have been reported.
The amphitheater—or wine garden, as the owner prefers to call it—is nestled in the back of the St. Jorge Winery in Acampo.
After a search starting around 8 a.m. near Cleveland Elementary School, the teen was found with a pellet gun he said he bought from an ice cream truck.
Kimberly Axelrad spent hours poring over the CHP incident report from the accident that killed her son, Scott Corely, when she came across a witness statement from a truck driver who saw the whole thing.
84-year-old Alyce Tekerlek has owned La Maison for more than five decades. She’s never had an employee, and has never paid for advertisements.
The fire is burning at Newark Recycling & Recovery at 800 West Church Street in Stockton, near Interstate 5.
While the Rim Fire eases toward containment, businesses around Yosemite National Park will have another potential disaster to contend with—Monday night’s federal government shutdown.
Tape and a homemade No Soliciting sign block the staircase that leads to the apartment where Montgomery’s mother lives, and where he frequently stayed.
Sacramento passed a similar measure in November and it’s provided more police for the city. The city of Stockton is considering a similar measure.
At 2 a.m., rescuers found Wayne Folmer more than a mile from camp. They stayed with him through the night until a California Highway Patrol helicopter took him to the hospital first thing in the morning.