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Sacramento is my home. Sure, I grew up in the Bay Area. But after graduating from Sac State with a degree in communications, I knew that I would be happy living and working in this city. That’s why, after a few years reporting in Eureka and Reno after college, I jumped at the chance to come home to the Sacramento region where many of my friends and relatives live. I’ve been a reporter in the Capital City since 2001, and at FOX40 since 2008. I enjoy meeting the great people of this region and visiting so many cities and communities on assignment.

On weekends you can catch me forecasting the weather on FOX40. My love of the outdoors and the science of weather (even those blustery Blue Canyon snowstorms) led to this position.

On my days off, I enjoy keeping up with my extended family and spending time in the company of good friends. I also get along quite well with my DVR and flat screen TV. When the weather is nice, you might see me running or trying to play golf. Trying. During the winter, I gladly trade in the golf clubs for my snowboard.


Recent Articles
  • Alligator Spotted in Camden Lake in Elk Grove

    ELK GROVE  — An alligator has been spotted in an Elk Grove neighborhood lake earlier this week. People who live in the neighborhood surrounding Camden Lake enjoy a rich variety of wildlife but it seems an unwelcome guest has taken up residence there. Several people have reported seeing the gator over the past few days and neighbors say they have seen a decrease in the number of ducks and geese at the lake. Sharon Anderson, the Camden Neighborhood Association President, […]

  • Spring Storm Delivers a Winter-like Blast to the Sierra

    SODA SPRINGS — Drivers encountered blizzard-like conditions on Interstate 80 over Donner Summit Wednesday night. Snow started falling steadily at around 7 p.m. and chain controls went into effect shortly thereafter. Around 10 p.m., the CHP and Caltrans held westbound traffic at Truckee, and eastbound traffic at Cisco for a while, due to spinouts and trucks that got stuck in the snow. The National Weather Service was predicting about a foot of snow over the Sierra passes overnight Wednesday into […]

  • Raley Field Offering Affordable Food Options at River Cats Games

    WEST SACRAMENTO — Rain clouds cleared away just in time for the Sacramento River Cats home opener Tuesday night. With a solid mix of new and returning talent this season, the River Cats are in a position to be competitive in 2018. River Cats management is making the Raley Field experience more affordable for fans by lowering some food prices. “All the meals at the stadium are under $12, which is really exciting,” said River Cats Communication Manager Daniel Emmons. […]

  • Kings Plan to Move G League Franchise to Stockton

    SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento Kings announced Monday the organization plans to relocate its NBA G League franchise from Reno to Stockton. The move would need to be approved by the NBA and the team, the Bighorns, would be renamed. The Bighorns have been in Reno since 2008. In a news release from the Kings, Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs said working with the Kings organization was an honor. Tubbs said the Kings first contacted him a couple months ago about possibly […]

  • Teen Raises Money to Help Pay for Injured Dog’s Surgery

    LODI — A teenager stepped up to make sure the cost of a Lodi dog’s leg surgery was covered. Fourteen-year-old Evan Olsen and his family have been volunteering with the Animal Friends Connection Humane Society in Lodi for years. “The whole family they’re just amazing supporters, wonderful volunteers,” said Patricia Sherman, founder and president of Animal Friends Connection. “And they really care a lot about the animals.” The shelter needed somebody to foster Sissy, a terrier mix that was recovering […]

  • Heated Public Discussion about Stephon Clark’s Shooting Death Continues at City Hall

    SACRAMENTO — It was another day of uproar Tuesday in Sacramento over the March 18 police shooting death of Stephon Clark. The group that gathered at City Hall was much smaller than the hundreds who attended the meeting on March 27 but the call for action and the passion was still there. “Black people and minorities are not valued in this society. We are dying,” said Ciara Picou-Grant to city leaders. Many speakers said they are concerned District Attorney Anne […]

  • Sacramento Senior Center Resident Dies in Suspected DUI Crash

    SACRAMENTO —  An 88-year-old man was hit and killed on the same block where he lived Saturday in Sacramento. Kyung Rae Jung was a resident of the Broadway Senior Center Apartments. Residents and staff members at the community spoke of him fondly. “He was very quiet, kept to himself,” said neighbor Florence Reeder. “He’d walk all the time, constantly walking.” Residents also said Jung loved to garden. A community staff member welled up with tears when she described what a sweet […]

  • 2 Missing in Recent Flash Flooding Presumed Dead

    MODESTO (AP) — Two people missing since last week’s flash flooding in central California were presumed dead after a large-scale search effort uncovered their damaged vehicles but failed to locate them, officials said Monday. The 67-year-old man and 72-year-old woman have been missing since heavy rain and flooding in the Sierra Nevada foothills near Modesto on Thursday, the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. The two were believed to have been swept away in separate incidents tied to […]

  • Residents Preparing for Possible Flooding in the Sierra

    TRUCKEE — Some residents and business owners around Donner Lake were placing sandbags in front of doors and garages Wednesday afternoon. A flood watch for the greater Lake Tahoe area is in effect until Thursday night due to the potential for excessive rainfall to melt snow on the ground and cause increased runoff, according to the National Weather Service. “It was all white before, and now it’s darker and you can see puddles forming,” said Sean McCormick, surveying the water […]