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Charmaine Nero comes to Sacramento from Little Rock where she was a reporter and multimedia journalist for two years at the NBC and FOX affiliate stations, KARK/FOX 16. She reported on groundbreaking stories including a mass shooting at a night club – leaving 28 people injured. She also reported on several tornadoes damaging homes in the natural state, national execution coverage, and exposed K2 smuggling in a county jail – prompting officials to build a new outdoor recreation area for inmates, to name a few.

She also worked in Gainesville, FL where she was a Multimedia Journalist at WCJB, an ABC affiliate. Aside from turning daily stories as a one-woman band, Charmaine served as the stations technology reporter, producing and putting together stories for “Tech Tuesday’s.”

Charmaine is a proud alumna of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in NYC where she served as president of the Columbia Journalism Association of Black Journalists. She is also an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists.

Charmaine is from Long Island, New York, but is excited to explore California!

You can reach Charmaine via email at or on Twitter: @CNeroTV

Recent Articles
  • Vacaville residents worried about Tiny Homes project on Leisure Town Road

    VACAVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) — A property on Leisure Town Road in Solano County may soon be the location of a tiny home shelter project. But it’s causing problems as residents say they only recently found out about the project. The Tiny Tuff Shed Project, originally approved by the Solano County Board of Supervisors, was supposed to break ground in 2018 on Brown Street in Vacaville. But now, Supervisor Skip Thompson confirms the tiny shelter project is being considered at a […]

  • Viral video appears to show Sacramento State student physically confront another student

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — A viral video circulating online recorded by a Sacramento State student appears to show another student physically confronting them as they leave a campus building. Both students, Floyd Johnson II and Keaton Hill, say the incident stems from a difference in political viewpoints posted on Facebook. But it wasn’t until the two came face to face during a class that the online dispute escalated. “So, I’m in class sitting at my desk, and he comes into […]

  • San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office announces investigation into jail incident

    STOCKTON, Calif. (KTXL) — San Joaquin County Sheriff Pat Withrow announced a protocol investigation into an incident in which a man was left bruised and bloody following some type of altercation with correctional officers at the county jail. The San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office, along with detectives from the sheriff’s office and the Stockton Police Department, will now lead the investigation into finding out what happened in that holding cell. On Thursday afternoon, the sheriff’s office released surveillance video […]

  • Purse snatchers hit Elk Grove neighborhood twice in a week

    ELK GROVE, Calif. (KTXL) — On Thursday night, neighbors living on Blue Maiden Way in Elk Grove were just finding out about a robbery that occurred just feet away from their front doors. “We’ve had two incidents over the last five days that have been very similar with some of the facts,” said Elk Grove Police Officer Jason Jimenez. Officer Jimenez said the first incident happened last Saturday on Modena Way. He said a suspect forcefully grabbed a purse from […]

  • Elk Grove’s ‘Operation Grinch’ targets package thieves

    ELK GROVE, Calif. (KTXL) — As people across the country celebrate the Christmas season and shop online for holiday gifts the Elk Grove Police Department is making sure thieves don’t steal the holiday cheer. “We are tackling the package theft problem that we’re seeing here but, obviously, everyone is seeing across the United States,” said Elk Grove Police Department spokesperson Jason Jiminez. The police department announced they are launching Operation Grinch, targeting package thefts in Elk Grove. “We’ll be out […]

  • Man steals rare Egyptian tortoise in Lodi worth $1,000

    The Latest: The Serpentarium said Monday the tortoise was returned to them. Apparently, someone on a bicycle sold it to a boy for $20 and the boy brought it back to the Lodi pet store. LODI, Calif. (KTXL) — The owners of a pet store in Lodi were pleading for the return of a rare tortoise worth more than $1,000. Inside The Serpentarium, you can find all sorts of reptiles. They have bearded dragons, snakes and prized tortoises of all […]

  • Memorial held for two teens who died in Stockton car accident

    STOCKTON, Calif. (KTXL) — Two teens are dead after a van carrying 10 teens overturned into a Stockton canal. Police identified the two teens as 12-year-old Sariah Sayasit and 14-year-old Richard Wilson. Sayasit was a student at Delta Sierra Middle School, and Wilson attended Bear Creek High School. The Lodi School District said students would have grief counselors available to them. Dozens of families and friends gathered at the site of the crash on Saturday, where a memorial was left […]

  • CHP: 2 minors dead in fatal Stockton accident involving 10 people 

    STOCKTON, Calif. (KTXL) — A van carrying 10 minors was found in the canal off West Eight Mile Road near King Island and Paradise Point in Stockton, according to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office. The California Highway Patrol says one boy died at the scene, and a girl died after being taken to the hospital. The boy has been identified as 14-year-old Richard Wilson and the girl has been identified as 12-year-old Sariah Sayasit by the San Joaquin Sheriff’s […]

  • Wounded Placerville man fears future PG&E shut-offs could hinder much-needed medical device

    PLACERVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) — An around-the-clock medical device could help a Placerville man’s foot recover from an open wound but he fears Pacific Gas and Electric’s shut-offs will only make his injury worse. Tony Hughes was born with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, which confined him to a wheelchair. “I’ve has scoliosis surgery, a couple heart surgeries,” he explained. About two years ago, an injury left him with an open wound on his foot. “My current podiatrist wanted to put me […]

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