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I have successfully remained off-camera for my entire career, but TV viewers and web readers have seen my work. I have always been the one who wants to know exactly what is going on; at age 13 I took notes while watching the evenings news so I could report back to my family at dinner, whether or not they wanted to know what was going on. I feel so lucky to have a job where I get to find out what is happening, then report it to thousands of people.

I have really soaked up the sun these last few years in California after growing up in Colorado, graduating from Northwestern University (Go 'Cats!), then producing news content at TV stations in Spokane, Milwaukee and Salt Lake City.

On weekends, you can find me up early running as I train for my next race, or cheering on my alma mater.

I’m known around the newsroom for...

I like the color purple, I have collected so many purple items over the years they kind of overwhelm my desk.

What keeps me going

Definitely need my coffee. I feel like my job provides a public service; that responsibility keeps me going on long days at work.

I give back to my community by...

I go to the farmers' market every weekend to meet my neighbors and meet the people who grow the food I eat. I also frequent local businesses and restaurants – I think their hard work and dedication are evident in their products.

Why FOX40?

Who doesn't love California's weather? Plus, I love working for a company that encourages staying in contact with viewers on multiple platforms: web, tablet, mobile, facebook, twitter, Google+, Pinterest, etc.

If I had free time, I would...

Read more books. I'd also like to expand my knitting skills beyond the basics.


Recent Articles
  • Hundreds of Christmas Toys Stolen from Charity on Day of Distribution

    MARYSVILLE- It was supposed to be a happy day, distributing toys and clothing to dozens of families in the Marysville area. Instead, employees found hundreds of items stolen. Workers with the Salvation Army in the Yuba-Sutter area say toys and clothes for more than 100 families were stolen from their distribution center in Marysville. The group says they arrived at their warehouse at the Peach Tree mall Friday morning to find doors broken, and about 200 toys gone.  

  • Kimberly Bird is accused of stealing packages from Stockton homes.

    Stockton “Grinch” Identified, Can You Help Catch Her?

    STOCKTON- A “grinch” who stole a package off a Stockton porch minutes after it was delivered has been identified, but police need the public’s help to catch her. FOX40.com posted the story earlier this week, showing home surveillance video of the woman walking right up to a front porch along Boulder Creek Circle and taking a newly-delivered package. After the story aired, officers got a call about the location of the white truck seen in the video driving away from […]

  • At least 3 semi trucks crashed along I-5 near Seamas Avenue.

    Multiple Trucks Crash along I-5, Stopping Traffic During Heavy Rains

    SACRAMENTO- Just as heavy rains moved into the Sacramento area, at least two semi trucks crashed along southbound I-5 near Seamas Avenue. The accident, around 9 a.m., caused traffic to backup, just as the roadway began filling with water. Emergency crews say they are treating at least one person injured in the accident. Multiple lanes are blocked by the accident. CHP officers responded to the accident, and found a Penske truck jackknifed, and another semi truck hit. They also noted the visibility […]

  • Gruesome Discovery in Placer County Storage Unit

    COLFAX- The bodies of two babies were found inside a Placer County storage unit, now investigators want to know how they got there and what happened to them. Deputies were called back in November by a woman who recently purchased a storage unit in Colfax through an auction. She told them the unit had a strong foul odor. “So we opened it, and as soon as we removed all the tape, got the lid off, it smelt really, really bad,” […]

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    Stockton Man Guilty of Human Trafficking, Forcing Runaways into Prostitution

    STOCKTON- A 20-year-old man arrested in May with three underage girls and a fourth who says she was kidnapped and forced into prostitution, was found guilty of human trafficking. Chester Brown was arrested after a 17-year-old from Antioch contacted officials about him. The teen told police she had met Brown months earlier in Antioch and stayed in contact. After an argument with her parents, she ran away and met up with him. She says Brown drove her to Stockton, forced […]

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    Woman Abducted at Gunpoint Outside Stockton Store

    STOCKTON- A woman was taken at gunpoint Thursday night in Stockton, and officers are trying to find her. Just before 9 p.m., employees at a Radio Shack along Pacific Avenue say a woman walked in and asked to use their phone. She became emotional, and irrational while talking to someone on the phone, according to witnesses. She then went outside and a dark grey 2-door Honda Accord pulled up. Stockton Police detectives have identified the woman as Lindsay Jenkins. Jenkins started […]

  • A San Joaquin County Sheriff's vehicle sits along the street where a dead body was found.

    Body, Large Marijuana Grow Found Inside Lathrop Home

    LATHROP- Officers found a large marijuana grow operation when they were investigating reports of a dead body in a Lathrop neighborhood. Wednesday afternoon, Lathrop Police were called to a home along Cold Springs Street and found a man dead inside. They also found more than 1,000 marijuana plants in various stages of growth. San Joaquin County Sheriff’s deputies who are investigating the scene say the plants have a value of more than $500,000. The victim has not been identified at […]

  • Aubrey Andrews

    Aubrey Andrews’ Body Identified from Inside her Car

    SACRAMENTO- The body of a woman found inside the car of a missing Sacramento woman is that of Aubrey Andrews. The Sacramento County Coroner’s office identified the body Wednesday afternoon. The coroner also confirmed Aubrey’s fetus did not make it. A baby was listed on the Sacramento County Coroner’s records, with no cause of death included. Andrews, 20, was 9 months pregnant when she went missing December 6. Her car was found in the parking lot of an Elk Grove […]

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    Reno’s First International Flight in 15 Years Forced to Land in Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO- It was supposed to be Reno’s first international flight in 15 years, instead the plane had to land in Sacramento. Not because of weather, it was a customs issue. Reno-Tahoe International Airport was supposed to become “international” again Tuesday afternoon, with the landing of a flight from Guadalajara, Mexico. This was to be the first of a new twice-weekly service between Guadalajara and Reno. However, the airport’s new customs set-up was not approved in time, so the plane had […]