Allison Rodriguez is a bilingual Multimedia journalist for KTVU Fox 2. She joined the team in August 2019. She was no stranger to the Bay Area before her move having spent the last two years visiting frequently and exploring new areas. Allison said, “Moving to California was an easy decision. It has beautiful weather, scenery and a rich history and I can’t wait to tell more people’s stories.”
Allison didn’t have to travel too far to find her new home. She spent the last eight years in neighboring Arizona.
For six years she covered breaking news, weather and traffic at the ABC station in Phoenix, AZ where she served as weekend morning anchor and weekday field reporter. During her time in Phoenix, she covered national headline stories including historic flooding on major highways, wildfires burning in the higher terrain and anchoring hours-long coverage when the late Senator John McCain passed away.
Before that Allison started her career at KYMA in Yuma, AZ anchoring and producing the weekday primetime newscasts. She was on the anchor desk for for breaking coverage of the Jodi Arias murder trial verdict and the tragic Yarnell Hill Fire deaths. Being so close to the California and Mexico borders, Allison was able to cover a wide-range of stories that crossed state and international lines in both English and Spanish. Allison was born in Chicago and raised in the city and Northwest suburbs. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from Columbia College Chicago. When she’s not chasing down stories, she’s spending time with her husband, video-chatting with her family back east, taking in a game, or hitting the movie theaters.
"We are troubled by this news because it involved Saint Mary's students who are known to one another," Saint Mary's College of California Vice Provost Jane Camarillo wrote.
In 2019, there were 400 more cases of violent crime in Oakland than the previous year, an increase of 7 percent.
Sonoma County officials are working on ideas for an already-approved indoor-outdoor shelter that they hope will address some of their safety concerns about a growing homeless encampment along a Santa Rosa trail.
Come the new year, Pacific Gas & Electric customers will see an increase in their monthly bills.
Upwards of 500 people are expected to show up Sunday to honor the lives of three Dublin High School students killed in a crash Christmas night.
Shoppers came from all over to the San Francisco Outlets in Livermore Thursday for a day of retail therapy.
Officers received a call just before 7 a.m. from a resident at a home on the 1100 block of Manzanita Drive who reported hearing suspicious noises in her home.
The centers for Disease Control and Prevent reported widespread flu activity across California with at least four deaths in the Bay Area.
A Bay Area waitress received an $800 tip from a group of women and shared the wealth with her co-workers.
A San Francisco man's lifeline, his wheelchair, was stolen the day after Thanksgiving in San Jose. He's having trouble doing things many take for granted, like getting to the corner store.