Mike Dello Stritto
Mike Dello Stritto joined the CBS13 news team in June 2006.
He comes to California from Las Vegas, where he spent two and a half years reporting the news at KTNV-TV. Mike has also worked in West Palm Beach, Florida, Chattanooga, Tennnessee, and Gainesville, Florida. Mike is a graduate of the University of Florida.
Reporting the news is Mike’s life-long passion. He always knew the answer to the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” He spent his high school years working in television, hosting and reporting for teen news shows in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale.
In 2009, Mike was promoted to managing editor. He also continues to report weekdays for CBS13.
The Sacramento region’s unemployment rate dipped to its lowest level in four years last month, but is it sustainable long term with some major employers announcing cuts?
A meteor lit up the night sky Wednesday, and was spotted all across the area.
A man was left for dead on the side of a Yolo County road in the middle of the night, and now detectives are searching for his assailant.
A Roseville man was arrested on Friday and charged with committing sexual battery while giving massages.
Radio talk show hosts understand controversy. Many of them try to create it every day. But one activist says comments by a local radio host went too far and they could be dangerous.
Two people were fatally shot at an apartment complex in Rancho Cordova on Tuesday night.
A pedestrian was hit and killed by a West Sacramento police officer responding to a stolen vehicle pursuit Tuesday night.
Surveillance video released of a wanted man suspected of winning over $50 million. And, what do you know; he turned up pretty fast, just in time for a press conference.
There are new questions over how long roadside memorials should be allowed on public property.
They’re strangers, now bonded through a harrowing few minutes that rocked Scott Moreau’s world and changed Emily O’Meara’s life forever.
It was another busy day for firefighters who aren’t getting a break this summer, with the latest fire breaking out in El Dorado County.
An alleged drunk driver accused of fleeing from police and causing a four-car accident that killed a pedestrian Tuesday evening in Roseville has been identified.
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