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.
City officials on Wednesday announced at a city council meeting that the mural would be covered due to a street paving project in October.
A massive fire in Oakland's Chinatown Wednesday morning left dozens of businesses displaced. Fire investigators are still working to determine a cause, but they said it appears the fire started in a nearby dumpster.
Sports bars around the Bay Area are prepping for the return of professional football in hopes it will boost business.
The Bay Area was blanketed in an orange haze on Wednesday, much to the surprise of many residents.
Newsom said the website was launched in relation to a housing relief bill he signed Monday which halts evictions and foreclosures until February 2021.
The group gathers at the intersection of Valley & Bernal Avenues in Pleasanton next to the Alameda County Fairgrounds.
According to data from the U.S. Labor Department, California had 209, 516 people file for first-time unemployment claims in the week ending on Aug. 22.
According to the CHP, it appears as though the 18-year-old driver was going too fast about 10:40 p.m. in a Pontiac Grand Prix while exiting the North Main Street offramp from Interstate Highway 680.
Ranch owners are calling the Cow Palace in Daly City a saving grace for serving as an evacuation site for livestock and others animals displaced by the CZU Lightning Complex Fire.
Residents are urged caution in the hot weather, especially since breathing might be more difficult while wearing a mask.