Kristin Marshall joins CBS 13/Good Day Sacramento after spending four years at KCRA 3, as the morning Traffic Anchor and features reporter. Prior to making the cross-country jaunt to Northern California, she worked as the Traffic Reporter and Producer for ABC’s WPVI in Philadelphia.
Kristin was born in Wheaton, Illinois, but spent most of her life in Ellicott City, Maryland, a suburb of Baltimore. She graduated from Mt. Hebron High School and followed her interests in broadcasting to Hofstra University, located in Hempstead, New York, on an athletic scholarship. There, she earned All-American honors and was selected as Coca Cola’s MVP her senior year. After receiving her degree in Broadcast Journalism from the accredited university, Kristin returned to Baltimore, where she began working behind the scenes at WBAL-TV. Two years later, she made the jump to Metro Networks, where she reported news, traffic, weather and sports for several Baltimore, Washington, D.C. And Delmarva radio stations. She was also the backup Traffic Reporter for FOX 45-TV in Baltimore.
In addition to her full time commitments, Kristin also worked as the arena host during the NHL’s Washington Capitals ice hockey games and juggled sideline reporting duties for the Northeast Conference Network, which aired on FOX Sports NY and MASN-TV.
Kristin loves all things lacrosse, Sudoku puzzles, her 100-pound chocolate lab, snowboarding and her husband.
A Sacramento woman says it’s been her 30-year dream to see Garth Brooks in concert. Over the weekend, her dream came true, but, little did she know the homemade sign that almost got her kicked out of the concert would help her receive the prize of a lifetime.
The six P3 airtankers are turn-key firefighting aircraft sitting on death row at McClellan Park after the original owners went bankrupt.
After the city and a few dozen organizations heard that a known transient camp in West Sacramento would be uprooted, they stepped up to help get the homeless into a home just in time for the holidays.
Behind the construction fences, past the caution tape and into the trenches, work crews are on the attack – hustling around the clock to tear down 80,000 tons of concrete and move 4,000 tons of steel, electrical, and 14,000 tons of debris.
Dry and windy conditions fanned the flames along a bike trail near Del Paso Boulevard and Railroad Drive Friday morning.
Welcoming the first crews with purple hard hats, demolition prep work for the new Downtown Sacramento arena began Friday morning.
Thanks to an $80,000 grant from Wells Fargo, major safety and aesthetic improvements will be made to a section of Sycamore Trail in West Sacramento.
Galt K9 officers Hunter and Jax are receiving new, custom-made, ballistic vests – after Special Olympics athlete – and close friend of the police department – Karissa Krater donated about $2,500 to “Cover Your K9” to help make the lifesaving equipment available.
A large, two-alarm fire is burning at a used car lot in South Modesto, sending up thick clouds of smoke that can be seen for miles.
Several fire crews battled a blaze at a tire shop in Sacramento that burned for hours on Monday morning.
The future of family-owned Bakers Donuts seemed fried after Krispy Kreme moved in next door.
Crews are preparing for another busy weekend of emergency calls – and the swift water rescue team is ready to activate all of their resources.