Christin Ayers

CHRISTIN AYERS

Christin Ayers is a general assignment reporter for KPIX-5 and the host of the public affairs program “Black Renaissance.”

She is a fifth-generation Californian. Christin earned her Bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and her Masters from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

She also studied literature and media at Oxford University in England. Christin started her journalism career in Missoula, Montana and later worked in Denver before coming back to the Bay Area.

Her most memorable interview was with Barack Obama. Christin loves reading, wine-tasting, traveling, and trying new restaurants. She and her husband live in the East Bay.

 



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Documentary Film ‘The Force’ Centers On Oakland Police Sex Scandal

A new documentary centers in on Oakland’s troubled police department.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–09/12/2017

Former Slave’s Dream Of Freedom Lives On In Central California Town

A former slave settled a California town where his dream of freedom would become a reality. The place still exists. It’s called Allensworth.

08/22/2017

A Former Slave’s Dream Of Freedom Lives On In Allensworth, California

A former slave who settled a California town where his dream of freedom would become a reality. The place still exists. It’s called Allensworth.

08/21/2017

Authorities Cracking Down On Woman Breeding Hundreds Of Exotic Birds

A Bay Area woman who’s been breeding hundreds of exotic birds in her backyard gets an ultimatum.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–06/27/2017

VA Director Apologizes For Offensive Comments About Sexual Harassment

After our investigation, a VA director is apologizing for offensive comments he made about workplace sexual harassment allegations.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–05/02/2017

Farmer Jim Diedrich digs to check soil moisture on some 600 acres of his farmland which will not be planted this season due to lack of water, in Firebaugh, California in the state's San Joaquin Valley, on March 11, 2009. Normally Diedrich and his son would plant tomatoes in their fields but California's third year of drought have left many farmers without enough water to grow their crops. AFP PHOTO Robyn BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/GettyImages)

California Farmer Sues Oil Companies For Allegedly Contaminating Water Supply, Killing Crops

A California farmer’s irrigation water contained the very same salty compounds found in wastewater produced by dozens of nearby oil wells.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–05/01/2017

Feces Smeared On East Bay Restaurant That Supports Immigrants, Sanctuary Cities

A Bay Area restaurant that publicized its support for immigrants and sanctuary city policies was targeted in a vandalism attack using feces.

04/04/2017

Lawrence Livermore Lab Puts Declassified Nuclear Test Films On YouTube

Once-classified films of nuclear tests are now posted to YouTube.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–03/20/2017

Vallejo Planning Commission Votes Against Allowing New Cement Plant

Vallejo’s Planning Commission decided not to allow a massive cement plant proposed at the edge of the Napa River in south Vallejo.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–03/06/2017

ghost ship fire debris KPIX

Battle Over Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire Debris

Months after the deadly Ghost Ship Warehouse fire claimed 36 lives, the mounds of charred furniture, musical instruments, bicycles and building material deposited in San Leandro along the San Francisco Bay has become a source for concern.

CBS San Francisco–02/24/2017

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