Cristina Rendon reports weekdays for Mornings on 2. She’s up before the sunrise to bring the Bay Area reports on a variety of stories and issues.
Prior to joining KTVU Fox 2, Cristina worked at ABC 4 Utah in Salt Lake City. She moved to Utah from South Texas. Cristina is a native of the Rio Grande Valley and began her career at her hometown station, KRGV Channel 5 News, where she covered hurricanes, immigration, and the war against drug cartels in Mexico.
Cristina has the versatility to cover breaking news or feature stories with ease and is a regular fill-in on the anchor desk. Her most memorable stories in the Bay Area include covering the 2014 Napa earthquake, the North Bay and Butte County wildfires, Super Bowl 50 and climbing the Bay Bridge for a story on seismic safety.
Alameda County is clearing up confusion over what is and is not allowed after it said it needs to apply for a variance attestation from the state.
A restaurant owner in Benicia said he was cited for employees not wearing masks, even though those employees have medical conditions.
The University of California said Wednesday it plans to sue the federal government over new guidelines that bar international students from staying in the U.S. if they attend universities that only offer online courses this fall.
The City of Martinez is in the national spotlight, after a video went viral showing a woman painting over a Black Lives Matter mural.
The fires were set Monday afternoon just before 3:00 p.m., according to Con Fire Public Information Officer Steve Hill.
Dreamers are breathing a sigh of relief following the Supreme Court’s ruling on DACA, including one man in San Francisco who said the program changed his life.
The vehicle plummeted more than 200 feet onto a parked train below.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra outlined sweeping steps toward police reform on Monday and called for problem officers to be stripped of their badges.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond released guidance on Monday outlining how California schools can safely reopen, including a recommendation that staff and students wear masks.
The Walnut Creek Police Department said it is reviewing and investigating a number of incidents that happened during protests for George Floyd, including cell phone video that has caused controversy over what an officer is heard telling protestors.