Claudine Wong

Claudine Wong

Anchor, Reporter

Claudine has been at the station since 2003 covering a wide range of breaking and impactful stories in the Bay Area.   From the highly watched court cases including the Scott Peterson trial and the Oscar Grant case and the Johannes Mehserle trial, to the Occupy movement, San Bruno explosion, along with the Napa Earthquakes, too many wildfires, many championship parades and even a couple of Super Bowls.

Claudine began her career in Klamath Falls, Oregon as the Bureau Chief for KDKF and KDRV, the ABC affiliate. She moved to the Medford, Oregon station before heading to Indiana.  She spent 5 years in South Bend, Indiana at the NBC affiliate, WNDU, as an anchor and reporter. 

 Claudine was born in Oakland and was raised in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood as well as the East Bay.  She went to UCLA and got her bachelor's degree in mass communications.

Claudine says the Bay Area is the one place in the world that feels like home. She loves so many things about the Bay Area, from the diversity, to the passion of its residents, and the amazing food.   She says it’s the ongoing conversation and really the people that are unique to this amazing place.   

Claudine loves running and hiking, and exploring new spots for food and fun, and spending as much time as possible with family and friends and of course her dog Leo.

The latest from Claudine Wong

Chinese Folk Dance Association's free classes link generations in Bay Area

For dancers with the Chinese Folk Dance Association (CDFA), every movement is about connecting to culture and heritage. The CDFA is one of the oldest organizations of its kind. It started in San Francisco's Chinatown 65 years ago and was created as a way for generations to connect.

Oakland non-profit fighting to give incarcerated people a voice

A non-profit group in Oakland says it's focused on building a movement. Legal Services for Prisoners with Children says it organizes communities impacted by the criminal justice system and is fighting for the human and civil rights of incarcerated people and their families.