Koula is thrilled to be reporting in her hometown of Sacramento. Her first news internship was right here at KOVR when she was a senior in college.
After graduating from UC Davis and working in public relations, Koula went back to school to pursue journalism. She interned at Fox 11 in Los Angeles and Sky News London as she worked towards her masters degree at USC. Koula also picked up some print experience writing for the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Her first television news job took her to Northern California where she worked for KRCR-TV as a “one-man-band” reporter…shooting and editing her own stories. Then she was off to Nevada to report for the ABC affiliate in Reno. She covered everything from wildfires to politics – her favorite topic. Koula joined the CBS13 team in October 2006. Her gigantic Greek family welcomed her home with open arms and a lot of food.
“Speed Freak Killer” Wesley Shermantine has written another letter to CBS13′s Koula Gianulias over the search for his victims.
Gov. Jerry Brown sat down for a one-on-one interview with CBS13 to tell us why he thinks Californians should vote to raise their own taxes.
Most people want to know what’s in the food they eat, but critics of California’s Proposition 37, including many farmers, say the initiative goes way too far.
If you want to lose weight, monitor blood glucose levels or find out more about a mole on your arm, just grab your phone. There’s an app for that.
From natural disasters to a crisis with your kids, a free phone service in Yolo County is hoping to help.
Fallout from recent cases of teachers behaving criminally in the classroom has inspired a bill that would cut through the red tape to get rid of them.
Protestors delivered 75,000 petitions to the governor’s office Thursday, urging him to reconsider health care cuts.
After 14 years of denying responsibility for the murders, convicted serial killer Wesley Shermantine is now admitting to his involvement.
She was the computer before computers were invented. Now, after nearly 70 years of service, May Lee, 91, is still working for the state of California.
Chief Matt Carmichael not only wants to turn UC Davis police around, he wants the department to become an example, for campus policing.
During a disjointed press conference in New York on Friday, Sacramento Kings co-owner George Maloof says there was never an arena deal, but that he believes negotiations are ongoing and even suggested renovating Power Balance Pavilion.
Greyhound bus caught fire in downtown Stockton on Tuesday afternoon but no one was injured.
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