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“First and foremost, a public servant.”
This motto and view point continues to shape the journalist I am, and aspire to be.
Reporting and anchoring are responsibilities I do not take lightly. I view it as my way to give back, and my way to better the community I live in.
A Coloradoan at heart, I was born in San Francisco. My extended family has called Northern California home for decades. I’ve spent summers and holidays learning to love the bay area and all of the fascinating adventures it has to offer. In 2012, an internship in Sacramento refocused my goal of coming back, hoping to someday work in news here.
Returning to Sacramento in 2015 to work for FOX40 was a dream come true! A wonderful chance to become part of a community that I love.
I’m a proud graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder and Metropolitan State University, earning multiple degrees in political science, speech communication, and broadcast journalism.
I was fortunate to begin my career in Montana, joining the Montana Television Network in 2013. My adventures there took me all across the state, from Great Falls to Billings. Living and working in Montana gave me a sense of balance.
Prior to working in broadcasting, I spent six years as a behavior therapist in Colorado. This had a big impact on the woman I am today. I learned patience, respect, and most importantly, compassion. I remain a strong advocate and friend for those with developmental disabilities.
If I’m not in the newsroom you’ll find me running marathons, hiking with my German Shepherd “Casper,” or hunting for the best sushi spot!


Recent Articles
  • Sacramento Musician Quinn Hedges Debuts New Album

     Sacramento musician Quinn Hedges is debuting his new album, “Slightly South of Stormy Clouds,” Mar. 23 at a special showcase premiering at the Blue Oaks Century Theatre in Rocklin. Hedges has compiled videos to play over his fourth album, which he recorded with the help of musicians and producers from both the West and East Coasts. The album showcase starts at 7 p.m. and tickets can be purchased online for $20.

  • Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Aboard the Delta King

    Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day while overlooking the Sacramento River. The Delta King is hosting celebrations all weekend long. Starting at 6 p.m Friday, the historic riverboat and restaurant will have all of the traditional Irish fare, including corned beef, cabbage, carrots and potatoes. Guests can watch Irish bands for no additional cover charge. Mar. 18 enjoy a brunch of corned beef hash to keep up the festivities. For more information on all St. Patrick’s Day events visit the Delta King […]

  • Ask a Vet: Keeping Rabbits as Pets

    Getting a rabbit as a pet is a huge responsibility; rabbits require a lot of one-on-one interaction to stay calm and happy. Dr. Jyl says rabbit food and pellets should be supplemented with fresh vegetables to help supply the proper nutrients for their diets. Rabbits will chew on household items, so Dr. Jyl says to keep an eye on electrical cords. Providing safe things to chew on helps prevent broken wires and circumstances that could endanger your pet. For more […]

  • Tips, Tricks to a Winning Scoreboard During March Madness

    Yahoo Fantasy Sports expert “Bracket” Brad Evans runs down his top tips and tricks for a winning NCAA basketball fantasy bracket.  

  • Tech Report: New App ‘Earny’ Tracks Purchases, Collects Refunds

    “Earny” is an app that helps track the prices of purchased items and, if they drop, will help consumers collect refunds and reclaim the difference. The app keeps track of receipts from dozens of popular stores. Soon the app developers hope to cover travel and help track purchases on such things as car rentals, airfare and hotels. Visit RichOnTech for more tech in the news.

  • Ask a Vet: Repair Injuries Through Treadmill Therapy

    ORANGEVALE — Canine treadmill therapy is beneficial for dogs recovering from surgery or injury. Using a treadmill program can help reduce the effects of arthritis, ease pain during exercise and manage weight. For more information on treadmill therapy visit Dr. Jyl’s website.

  • Angie’s List: Saving Energy, Money Using Solar Window Film

    High-efficiency windows are a worthwhile investment but can be costly. Applying window film is a more affordable energy saving option. Hiring a professional installer to apply the solar film is recommended in order to avoid bubbles between the glass and the film as well as prevent cracks and peeling in the future. Window film can also shield sun glare and help protect furniture from fading in harsh outdoor light. For more information visit Angie’s List online.

  • Tech Report: Revisiting the Record

    With so many ways to listen to music nowadays and so many digital platforms to choose from, there are still many people turning back to an old favorite — the record. Turntable lovers swear by the nostalgia of putting on a record and enjoying the rich sound quality. Portable turntables are available to make listening simple and inexpensive. Visit RichOnTech for more tech in the news.  

  • The Botanical Buzz at Seasons 52

    Seasons 52 Chef Russell Johnigan and bartender Star Simon show us their secret cocktail, the Botanical Buzz. The key ingredient is the “buzz button” — otherwise known as a Szechuan button. Chewing the button gives a tingling or buzzing sensation in your mouth before you take a sip of the vodka, lemon juice and honey cocktail.