Kristi Gross was born and raised in Stockton and a proud Lincoln High School alumna. It was there she discovered her passion for journalism working on her school’s newspaper.

After years of being away and reporting in other communities she’s thrilled to be reporting in her home market! Kristi joined the FOX40 News team in November of 2018. Kristi looks forward to telling a variety of stories that reflect and highlight not only all the issues facing the Central Valley but also all the good work that is being done and the inspiring people doing it.

After graduating from California State University Northridge, Kristi got her start as a Reporter for KXXV, Central Texas News. While in Waco, she covered the deadly West fertilizer plant explosion and recovery, the Waco biker gang shoot out and a mass shooting at Fort Hood as well as the construction and opening of Baylor University’s new McLane Stadium. Kristi eventually worked her way up to being the Weekend Anchor.

Following her time at KXXV, Kristi then moved further across the county to Fort Myers in Southwest Florida as the Charlotte County Bureau Multimedia Journalist/ Reporter for WINK News. In her three years at WINK, Kristi covered a variety of stories from Hurricane Irma, to the Red Tide crisis, and the construction and installation of a Vietnam Memorial replica wall and learned to fly a plane for a story.

Despite Kristi’s various, cross-country moves, it was always her goal to return to California.

When Kristi isn’t working she is likely with family, friends or busy adding another stamp to her passport. Kristi is a world traveler and has been to five of the seven continents. She recently returned from a African Safari. She’s also traveled to 15 countries, including living in Gold Coast, Australia while studying abroad in college.

You can send her story ideas or just say hi by emailing kristi.gross@fox40.com or by connecting with her via social media on Facebook and Twitter.


Recent Articles
  • 11 People, Including 7 Juveniles, Arrested after Fight at Bear Creek High School Football Game

    STOCKTON — Friday night lights turned to Friday night fights as fists flew at the Bear Creek and Lincoln varsity football game. “Friday night football should be a family event. You know, it should be for the kids. They practice hard, they want to play. They play their hearts out and the focus should be on the game, not our safety as to whats going on around us,” parent Sara Maynard said. “It’s disheartening to know this happened. You can’t […]

  • Surveillance Video Shows Man Hit Parked Car Then Walk Away

    STOCKTON — A neighbor’s home surveillance camera captured a driver slamming into the back of a parked SUV outside a neighbor’s home. The crash happened around 10:45 Wednesday night along South Oro Avenue near East Main Street in Stockton. “We had just got home and we just heard a bam! And there’s always things going off here so I paid no attention to it. So after that I said, ‘Wait a minute, let me text the neighbor and see if […]

  • Turlock Teen Dies in ATV Accident

    TURLOCK — A Turlock family and a school are mourning the loss of 16-year-old Kaden Farro. “He just had such a beautiful balance about him. He was adventuresome. He was cautious. He was exuberant. He was quiet and pensive,” said his mother, Maureen Shamgochian. Farro was killed in an all-terrain vehicle crash over the weekend while working at his family’s ranch, something he had done countless times. “He was kind of near the end of his shift for the day […]

  • Mother-Daughter Duo Honors Teen’s Dream by Opening Ripon Café

    RIPON — At Austin’s Coffee Crafters, Ripon’s newest café, they’re serving up more than just good java. “When folks come through our doors, we really want them to feel as if they’re a part of our family,” said co-owner Kristie Tate. For co-owners and mother-daughter duo Kristie Tate and Alexus Kearney, that sense of family is important after tragedy struck just two years ago. Austin Peterson, just 15 years old and a high school freshman at the time, was hit […]

  • Mountain House Neighborhood On High Alert after Smash-and-Grab Car Break-Ins

    MOUNTAIN HOUSE — Surveillance video from Dhirendra Prasad shows it took less than 30 seconds to smash-and-grab each car in his Mountain House neighborhood. “I looked and two of my Mercedes cars and my Ford truck was broken,” Prasad said. Prasad said San Joaquin County deputies woke him up early Thursday morning. “He says it’s not only your cars there’s about 12 of them in the neighborhood at the time,” Prasad explained. Less than a mile away, in the Bethany […]

  • Vandals Strike Calaveras Food Bank, Costing it Thousands of Dollars

    SAN ANDREAS — The manager of the Resource Connection food bank in Calaveras County says someone punctured holes into the gas tank of their mobile food van two weeks ago. It’s the third time the nonprofit has been hit in less than two years. “They’re hurting people in need in our community, and the people that we serve are people that can’t afford to buy food in the first place and without our services, somebody is going to go hungry,” […]

  • Police Arrest 2 Teens in Attempted Taco Truck Robbery

    STOCKTON — Police say two teens in Stockton were caught red-handed trying to break into a taco truck Wednesday — but they never made it inside. Ramiro Rodriguez has run his taco truck from the same parking lot on El Dorado Street in Stockton for years. Wednesday was just another day at work until the unexpected happened. He says he was helping a customer when he heard someone trying to open his door twice. The customers told him two men […]

  • Driver Flees after Crashing into Manteca Fire Station

    MANTECA — No firefighters were injured when a vehicle crashed into the bay door at Manteca Fire Station 2 early Sunday morning, firefighters said. The crash happened around 1:30 a.m., according to a Facebook post from the union representing Manteca firefighters, as firefighters had just returned from a call. “We had just returned from a medical call, so we were out here, right around here, in the out bay getting undressed and then getting ready for the next call when […]

  • ‘He is Our Treasure’: Family Wants Justice for Parmjit Singh

    TRACY — The family of a Tracy man who was stabbed to death is breathing a sigh of relief after police made an arrest in his case. “We’re going to miss him forever,” said Harnek Singh-Kang whose father-in-law, Parmjit Singh, was killed one week ago. Photographs of 64-year-old Singh were on display in the family’s home Sunday surrounded by flowers as they continued to grieve. “He’s the big man, the head of the family member. He is … He is […]

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