Born and raised in Boston, Christina has been calling the Midwest home for a while now. Most recently she worked in Milwaukee, where she did a lot of hard news crime and investigative stories. Before that, Christina worked in the Quad Cities and in Des Moines. Lucky for us, a job change for her husband brought the family to the Twin Cities.
Since joining the FOX 9 team two years ago, Christina has jumped right into covering some of the biggest stories in recent years.
During her first week on the job in July of 2017, Christina covered every angle of an international news story when an Australian woman was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer after calling 911.
Christina has also extensively covered the homeless encampment crisis in Minneapolis starting in the summer of 2018 and did several follow up stories well into the winter of 2019 highlighting the need for affordable housing in the Twin Cities.
Christina has won several Emmy’s and a regional Edward R. Murrow award for her reporting over the last 13 years.
She loves to volunteer in the community—helping out with local charities like Best Buddies and Bridging—a non profit that donates furniture and household goods to those in need.
Christina and her husband have two little girls—her pre-schooler, Waverly, is quite the personality and can’t wait to be “like Mom” as a FOX 9 junior correspondent at the Minnesota State Fair one day.
A first step was taken to help Lake Street business owners rebuild after their livelihoods were destroyed by the unrest a few weeks ago in Minneapolis.
The former Minneapolis Police Officers accused of killing George Floyd will make appearances in a downtown Minneapolis courtroom Monday.
Once again, hundreds of people gathered outside the Minneapolis police federation building on Thursday, calling for union boss Bob Kroll to step down.
The Minnesota State Patrol is still investigating what caused a 21-year-old St. Paul man to drive the wrong way on Interstate 35W in Richfield when he crashed into an SUV, killing three others. The driver also died.
Residents of long-term care facilities can now visit with friends and family members outdoors, according to new Minnesota Department of Health guidelines.
A Minnesota bail nonprofit aimed at helping to get low income people out of jail is now facing mounting criticism of how the organization is using millions of dollars in donations.
Another organization is cutting ties with Minneapolis Police in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
George Floyd was known as a father, friend and a well-liked coworker at several businesses in Minneapolis and now his friends don’t want his life to be lost in vain.
After a large turnout, the Minnesota National Guard has concluded its free testing over the holiday weekend for anyone who wanted to know if they had COVID-19.
A manager of several Twin Cities metro area assisted living facilities is being remembered after he died from COVID-19 earlier this month after weeks on the front line of the pandemic.