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.
A man who was shot outside a West Sacramento church is recovering at home Friday night. His 7-year-old son was with him as well.
A controversial Riverbank city councilman could be kicked out of office, but it’s not because of his numerous run-ins with the law.
A bail bondsman is now a wanted man and two others had to be bailed out themselves after police say they shot at a teenager.
Police have raided a South Sacramento business they say was a front for an illegal computer gambling and gaming racket.
Convicted killer Wesley Shermantine has sent another letter to CBS13 from death row and this time he’s saying even more.
It could be the biggest vote of their careers when Sacramento City Council members weigh in on the downtown arena plan Tuesday night.
The mayor’s office on Wednesday gave CBS13 a first look at a summary of the term sheet that will be released Thursday detailing financing agreements for the new downtown arena, including a $255 million contribution by the city.
It looks like the Kings will be staying in Sacramento. Mayor Kevin Johnson, the Maloofs and Commissioner David Stern announced they have a hand-shake agreement for a deal to build a new entertainment and sports complex for Sacramento and keep the Kings in the Capital City.
Sacramento officials met with NBA representatives for four hours on Saturday during the All-Star Weekend in Orlando and were told the city “has done its part” toward getting a new downtown facility built. But Commissioner David Stern later cautioned that the groups are not there yet.
The city of Sacramento now has less than a week to finalize plans for a new sports complex. And, today Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson boarded a plane headed to the NBA All-Star game in Florida where he will talk with NBA Commissioner David Stern.
Serial killer Wesley Shermantine is just days away from getting his first check from bounty hunter Leonard Padilla.
This is the last chance for Sacramento to keep the Kings. And the city of Indianapolis may hold the secret to building a new arena here.
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