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
A stretch of lights went out in December forcing commuters to walk in the dark. He says he’s talked to light-rail workers since then.
He’s suspected in more than 100 break-ins in the last two months. After some time on the run, he apparently decided he’d had enough and tried to turn himself in.
Citrus Heights Police say the tried to pull her over on Sunday morning, but she refused. Instead, she rammed a patrol car with her car and lead officers on a high-speed chase.
Park rangers could be watching over more than a dozen parks in the area if homeowners are OK with paying $4 more a month in property taxes.
Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman has a new mission: catching illegal marijuana growers for stealing water.
Placer County Sheriff’s Lt. Kevin Borden says Tyler Grady fell 250 feet down a vertical cliff and onto a ledge after trying to move a picnic table with a friend.
Cuddle Connection will open on Wednesday and has five different cuddle zones. Owner Kelly Peterson says she wants her clients to feel like they’ve spent a day at the spa.
Fernanda Floren was by all means healthy at 51 years old. But more than three weeks ago, she was rushed to the hospital with flu-like symptoms and put on life support the next day.
The victim was in for the fight of his life as his daughter watched. Luckily a neighbor heard his cries for help.
Tyler Bliss, 27, is the youth minister of Bethel Assembly of God in Oakdale, and a man trusted by many families to watch their kids.
Silvershield is his name, and he agreed to step out of the shadows of the night to talk briefly about his agenda.
As the she wandered the streets of Natomas, her parents say nobody at Jefferson Elementary School contacted them or the police right away.