I’m a journalist on FOX40 and report hard news, feature and social media stories.

I came to FOX40 last year after spending a year at The Los Angeles Times and graduating from Columbia Journalism School. Even though I loved New York, California is definitely my home.

You can follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ or email me at Zohreen.Adamjee@fox40.com.

I’m known around the newsroom for…

I cry when I laugh.

What keeps me going

Snickers ice cream bars from the snack shop at FOX40, food from one of our cooking segments … actually, after a five and a half hour show, pretty much anything edible.

I give back to my community by…

I love hosting Google+ hangouts. It’s a time when I can have a conversation with viewers and they can directly ask lawmakers questions.

Why FOX40?

It’s not unheard of for me to be on-air multiple times, produce my own hits, write for the web, update to Facebook-Twitter-Pinterest-Google+, take photos for the station with my DSLR, shoot stories with a JVC, and edit on Final Cut – all in the same day.

My greatest TV moment

My greatest TV moment has yet to come!

TV moment I’d like to forget

All the times Kim Kardashian has been trending on Google and I’ve said her name out loud. On a positive note, she is pretty easy to talk about.

If I had free time, I would…

I’d go outside the station with a JVC more often and shoot and report segments for the next day. One of these days, I’m going to push myself to do it more!

Recent Articles
  • Crews Continue Plaza Demolition, Excavating Tons of Concrete

    SACRAMENTO- The new home of the Kings arena has been under construction for nearly three weeks, and already, crews have excavated thousands of tons of concrete and metal from the Downtown Plaza. Project manager Gary Ralls said that crews will not be blasting or using a wrecking ball to bring down the buildings; they’ll be using a massive excavator. Some of the material from the Downtown Plaza may also be used in the building of the new arena. Ralls hopes to […]

  • Invasive Water Hyacinth Consumes Part of Tuolumne River

    MODESTO- The Tuolumne River near the 9th Street bridge in Modesto has a new visitor blanketing its surface – water hyacinth. It grows quickly and many are scared about what it could mean for the river “It’s widely considered by many to be one of the world’s worst invasive plants,” Valerie Cook Fletcher, with the Fish and Wildlife Invasive Species Program, said Tuesday. It’s so invasive, that the fast growing plant can double its population in less than two weeks. […]

  • Two Riverbank Buildings Destroyed by Fire

    Two Riverbank Businesses Destroyed, Church Damaged by Fire

    RIVERBANK- Plumes of smoke poured out of two Riverbank businesses along Highway 108 Wednesday morning. A clothing store and a liquor store were both gutted by an intense fire. Right behind the stores on Third Street is the Vineyard of Grace and Mercy Church. The fire broke out around 8:30 a.m. and was so intense, 60 firefighters from nine different agencies were called in to help. When Pastor Terry Hopkins heard about the fire. He rushed to the scene to […]

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    Three Stockton Men Rescued from Hurricane Julio

    STOCKTON- Thirty foot waves pounded a 42-foot boat from Stockton near Oahu on Monday. Inside the boat were three men. One of them was 61-year-old Ben Neely, a former member of the Stockton Sailing Club. Members told FOX40 they weren’t surprised Neely attempted to sail from Stockton to Thailand. “He was a go-getter. Whatever he had his mind set on, he was going to do it,” said Stockton Sailing Club member Kelleen Humphreys. Neely, his son, Lee, and another man on […]

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