Martina Del Bonta is excited to be back in her hometown working for FOX40. She grew up in Elk Grove, and graduated from Elk Grove High School and U.C. Berkeley.

Martina bounced around from Fargo, to Missouri and last was the Weekend Sports Anchor in Tulsa, OK covering the Thunder, Oklahoma and Oklahoma St. Martina’s won multiple broadcasting awards in Oklahoma and Missouri and most recently was nominated for an Emmy.

She’s excited to return home to root for her Kings and Cal Bears (and of course the Thundering Herd).

Recent Articles
  • Video: Graduating Seniors Thank Former Teachers

    Graduating high school seniors returned to Antelope Meadows Elementary School to thank their former teachers.

  • Joy & Madness Performs at FOX40

    Concerts In The Park headliners Joy & Madness stops by FOX40 to get us all dancing on a Monday morning. Catch them Friday, May 3 at Cesar Chavez Plaza. Click here for more information.

  • Angela and Brian from `The Office` Quiz Pedro, Bring Beer to Work

    Pedro is a huge fan of “The Office” and he had the chance to chat with Angela Kinsey and Brian Baumgartner about how he and Martina can bring a beer to work without getting in trouble. The famous former co-workers also quizzed Pedro on his knowledge of the show. 

  • Cooking: Lundi Gras!

    Louisiana Sue and Cajun Dave stop by the FOX40 studio to show us how to make Muffellatas!

  • In Your Neighborhood: Boreal

    This week for In Your Neighborhood, we sent Martina up to Boreal to check out all of the fun activities and programs they have available. Base of the Mountain Indoor Woodward Bunker Boreal Rental Shop Boreal Ski Resort

  • Totem Coffee Talks Donut Fest

    It may be sold out, but the nice folks at Totem Coffee in Placerville are here to talk about the Sacramento Donut Festival. Totem specializes in vegan donuts and they are delicious.

  • One Tank Trip: Winters

    If you love backroads and country lanes, you’ll love the drive to winters. Once you’re there, if you love good food, then you’ll really love winters, even more. Surrounded by farms, and all the people out enjoying their bike rides – once you cruise on in town, you better be ready to eat. There are two famous restaurants, right across the street from each other Putah Creek Café and Buckhorn (the original one). First we stopped at Putah Creek Café, […]

  • One Tank Trip: Lodi

    LODI — As soon as you get off Highway 99 in Lodi – this is what you see – miles and miles of vineyards. California’s “newest” wine country – is actually one of the oldest. And, in the self-proclaimed Zinfandel Capital of the World – we found ourselves at the place with some of the oldest zinfandel vines – Michael David Winery. The winery offers a café and a beautiful outside, where you can enjoy a picnic, sit by the […]

  • Festa di Vino

    Tickets for this year’s Festa di Vino are now available! Sample tastings from top Sacramento-area restaurants, wineries and breweries on Feb. 24 at the California Automobile Museum. Learn more and get tickets here. Proceeds benefit the Food Literacy Center and the Point West Rotary Club Foundation.

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