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 Charmaine.nero@fox40.com or on Twitter: @CNeroTV


Recent Articles
  • Roseville Police Accuse Man of Severely Burning Girlfriend, Leaving Her in Critical Condition

    ROSEVILLE — Roseville police say Saturday they found a woman brutally attacked inside a Cirby Way home. “When officers arrived on scene they did find a female victim with apparent burns,” said Rob Baquera with the Roseville Police Department. Police say the woman was able to call 911 for help. She identified her live-in boyfriend, 48-year-old Richard Frederiksen, as the person responsible. “At this time, we know that this victim, unfortunately, is severely burned and it’s unknown at this time […]

  • Local Christians Take Moment During Easter Service to Honor Victims of Sri Lanka Bombings

    GRANITE BAY — Officials believe bombs may have targeted the Christian community on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka. Several Americans were among the more than 200 killed, according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Christians in Sacramento were shocked by the devastating news. “As a Christian community across the world we heard some bad news today and that involves the beautiful nation of Sri Lanka,” said Senior Pastor Andrew McCourt of Bayside Church. “We just really thought that we would […]

  • Two Pickup Trucks Damage Woodland Home after One Crashes Into the Other

    WOODLAND — Neighbors living in the area heard a loud bang then saw complete chaos outside their doors as a pickup truck crashed into someone’s Woodland home Saturday morning. Debris sits on the ground outside a boarded-up garage at a home on Dolores Street. “I kind of heard like a trailer hit something and I heard dogs barking,” Mireya Rivera said. Rivera is one of several people on the block who heard a loud crash just before 8 a.m. “The […]

  • Vacaville Police Want Motive Behind Man Who Allegedly Followed Young Girl

    VACAVILLE — Police say a Vacaville teen did the right thing when she noticed she was in a situation she didn’t want any part of. So, she took cover behind a truck before running away from a car that was following her. “It’s a peaceful, well-established neighborhood,” said David Hillman. Hillman has called the Vacaville neighborhood near Ulatis Drive home for close to three decades. “In the neighborhood we have people who have been here for a quite a while […]

  • Camera Captures Burglar Shattering Front Door of Downtown Sacramento Spice Shop

    DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO — Someone broke into a downtown Sacramento shop, leaving behind a trail of destruction and shattered glass, and it was all caught on a surveillance camera. “I actually had no idea that anything had happened at the shop until I got a call from our building engineer,” said the owner of The Allspicery, Heather Wong. Wong has owned The Allspicery for the past three years. Early Wednesday, a gaping hole in the front door of the business put […]

  • Marine Killed in Camp Pendleton Training Crash was from Auburn

    PLACER COUNTY  — A Marine from the Auburn area was killed after a crash during training at Camp Pendleton last week. Authorities say 29-year-old Staff Sgt. Joshua Braica was injured Saturday when a MRZR tactical vehicle he was driving rolled over at Camp Pendleton. He died Sunday at a hospital. Everyone who knew Braica described him as the “all-American” guy. “We greatly admired Josh,” Janet O’Flaherty, a neighbor of Braica’s family, told FOX40. “It seemed like he always wanted to […]

  • Police: 1 Killed, 2 Injured in Modesto Shooting

    MODESTO — Crime scene tape and police cars lined the intersection of Lita Court and Pecos Avenue in Modesto just hours after a deadly shooting in broad daylight. “Around 2:34 this afternoon, we started receiving calls about a shooting on Lita Court,” said Adam Foster with the Modesto Police Department. There Modesto police found several people suffering from gunshot wounds in the street. “During this time three people were shot,” Foster said. “It is confirmed as of this time that one […]

  • Sonora Community Holds Candlelit Vigil for Slain 5-Year-Old La’Rayah Davis

    TUOLUMNE COUNTY — Everyone who knew La’Rayah Davis describes her as a joyful girl who loved spending time with her dad in Sonora. They remember her dad counting down the days until he was reunited with his daughter. But now, he’s left planning her funeral. “It’s disgusting and it’s heartbreaking,” said Mallay Crownove. Balloons flew high and candles were spread out to form the initials “LD” on the ground at the Heaven for Kids Playground as dozens grieved for 5-year-old […]

  • Sonora Community Mourning Loss of Little Girl Allegedly Killed by Former NFL Running Back

    SONORA — Former NFL football running back Cierre Wood was arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of child abuse Wednesday, and now faces murder charges after the 5-year-old girl died. “I never thought I’d bury my child at 5 years old,” Danuan Davis, the girl’s father, said. The news of La’Rayah Davis’s death has shocked everyone who knew the young girl and her family in Sonora. “I have no words to explain how much pain he had in his heart,” […]

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