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.
A team from the California Department of Public Health visited the Oakland Coliseum Thursday, one day after KTVU reported on whistleblower complaints that people didn't get a full dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
More than 2.3 million women over the age of 20 across the country that have dropped out or been forced out of work since February 2020 compared to 1.8 million men.
ImmigrationHelp.org is a non-profit that works off donations to provides free online services to immigrants who are applying for DACA or renewing their application.
Forrest Lanning witnessed the incident around 1:08 p.m. in the area of Martin Luther King Drive and Kezar Drive and recorded video of the brazen crime.
The Fruitvale and surrounding zip codes have some of the highest coronavirus case rates in the county.
The superintendent of the Oakley Union Elementary School District apologized for the cuss words and inappropriate conduct of some board members at a meeting that some parents recorded on Wednesday night without the trustees knowing they were live.
At a virtual board meeting Wednesday, Mt. Diablo Unified Superintendent Dr. Adam Clark said the district and unions are “distances away from coming to an agreement.”
Dozens of schools in the East Bay reopened on Wednesday, welcoming back students to the classroom for the first time in months.
A Bay Area real estate photographer had around $7,000 in camera equipment stolen from his vehicle during a brazen robbery while he was driving in San Francisco.
As coronavirus vaccine supply problems continue to plague the state, some local officials are suggesting delaying the second dose of the vaccine to improve distribution efforts.