Maria Medina has been delivering the news since she was in middle school. Her first job was delivering newspapers in her neighborhood!
Before coming to CBS13, she worked for KRQE in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she extensively covered the unsolved murders of 11 women, the high-profile murder trial of man who killed a deputy and she uncovered problems at the Department of Labor.
Before moving to Albuquerque, Maria worked at KIMA in Yakima, Washington for two years.
During her off-time, she likes to surf or snowboard with her two sons.
Her goal is to travel around the world, including surfing in Australia.
Recent Stories By Maria
An employee claims he rejected unwanted advances by Alexander Gonzalez, Jr., the son of university president Alexander Gonzalez.
Art Luna, who owns Luna’s Cafe, is fed up with people without disabilities illegally using handicapped placards to park for free, right in front of his business all day.
CBS13’s Maria Medina talked with the boy’s neighbors who are painting an even clearer picture of his troubling life.
Powell is mostly in a battle for parking with other disabled drivers, and dozens of those drivers aren’t even disabled—they’re breaking the law.
The new law says business owners will be given three days to pick up abandoned carts after being notified by the city. If owners fail to do so, they must pay the city the cost of retrieval, at $3 a cart.
“She was standing in the tub, holding Cindy’s legs up in the air, and Cindy was under the water.”
Tim Webb was on Hammonton-Smartville Road on his way to work when a gravel truck going in the opposite direction, made a wide turn.
Linda Hernandez says it was the man who lived across from her who was watching William Philyaw and his older brother on Tuesday when their mother found William unresponsive.
West Sacramento Police found Michael Ray Anderson dead in the parking lot of a liquor store off of Sacramento Avenue. Hours of detective work led police to surveillance footage of the couple witnesses say killed Anderson with an RV.
Ruthless criminal organizations behind mass murders, assassinations and kidnappings are setting up shop in the area, right under property owners’ noses.
One week after a gunman barricaded himself inside and allegedly injured six officers, Roseville’s Police chief is opening up to CBS13 about what happened that night.
For Jennifer Gallegos, it’s been a hectic few days. In her mother’s final days, she’s been scrambling to find hospice care. Madrid’s pain medication and medical supplies for her cancer had run out.