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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stockton’s new city manager is speaking out about his plans to get the city of bankruptcy now that he says he has a clear picture of its challenges.
A one-room schoolhouse used to teach kids about the days of pioneers was damaged in a fire that scorched the historic Tracy building.
Deputies say two people vandalized three areas within the construction site for the multi-million dollar Generations Center.
Farmers are celebrating a record grape harvest in California with more than 5 million tons collected last year.
While tallying what was taken in the afternoon burglary, she quickly realized thieves stole a treasure that can’t be replaced.
The abandoned animals had Parvovirus and were exposed to children and other pets at the Weston Ranch Dog Park.
Wayne Albright got sick while traveling for car races, and now he’s hospitalized in New Mexico. His family is trying to get him airlifted back to Oakdale so he can recover closer to family and friends.
Gabriel Flores, Jr. took home the prestigious Silver Gloves Award less than a year after the murder of his mother.
For 10-year-old Maurice, the after-school program at this community center is more than just a place to get homework help after school, it’s a safe haven.
A recent injury left the head volunteer seriously injured, and some aren’t showing up to serve the hundreds of hungry families.
The city granted a yearlong resident parking permit trial period to combat what neighbors say is a situation out of control.
After showing a gun, the man said his neighbor ransacked his car, stealing cash. He then walked a few doors down to his house and locked the door.