Cristina Rendon is an Anchor/Reporter for KTVU Fox 2 News. She anchors the weekend evening newscasts on Fridays and Saturdays.
Cristina has worked every shift at the station since joining KTVU in 2013. Some of her most memorable stories include covering the 2014 Napa earthquake, the North Bay wildfires, Super Bowl 50, and the Warriors and Giants championships.
Before calling the Bay Area home, Cristina worked at ABC 4 Utah in Salt Lake City. She was a reporter for and host of the “9 at 9” newscast on the CW30. She covered a range of stories, from Utah politics to the annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City. Most notably, she reported on the fight to legalize gay marriage in Utah.
Cristina is a native of the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas. She began her career at her hometown station, KRGV Channel 5 News. She was a Bureau Chief in Brownsville where she covered crime, courts, immigration, and the war against drug cartels in Mexico. She also covered Hurricane Dolly as it made landfall and its aftermath.
Cristina lives in the East Bay with her husband. She enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling.
Employees at a Starbucks in the Castro District have become the first San Francisco location to vote to unionize.
As the summer months wind down, Bay Area school districts are actively recruiting teachers to fill dozens of vacancies in their classrooms before the start of the school year.
Foster City is moving forward with a plan to control the city's large Canada Goose by potentially culling the birds.
A father whose son was struck by celebratory gunfire on the Fourth of July at the Oakland Coliseum is speaking out to spread awareness about what happened to their family.
Police in San Francisco announced an arrest and the seizure of nearly $200,000 worth of stolen over-the-counter medication and personal care products.
The California Board of Educated voted unanimously Wednesday to keep the sprawling Mt. Diablo Unified School District intact, avoiding the creation a smaller school district in Eastern Walnut Creek.
The Food and Drug Administration on Monday revised its emergency use authorization of Paxlovid, allowing pharmacists to prescribe the anti-viral drug used to treat COVID.
A San Francisco man was arrested for allegedly posing as a Comcast worker to burglarize a residence in San Rafael, Sheriff's deputies said.
Oakland police are investigating separate Fourth of July shootings, including one that sent a 3-year-old child to the hospital.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has released new safe sleep guidelines for babies, which include a recommendation that babies only sleep on flat surfaces.