Karina Gonzalez

Bilingual Student Reporter

Karina Gonzalez is a first-generation college student from Elk Grove, CA studying journalism and political science at the University of Nevada, Reno. Karina is committed to honing her reporting skills and telling stories in a way that is engaging and effective across digital platforms.

Karina gravitates towards community reporting, especially involving the Latino community. As a bilingual reporter for Noticiero Movil and KUNR, Karina strives to tell stories that go unheard.

Outside of Karina's work world, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching movies, and going out to eat. She likes to keep herself busy and try new things. Karina appreciates meeting new people by communicating with them and getting to know their story.

Manifestantes sientan en el medio de la calle.
Karina Gonzalez

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El Fiscal General Jeff Sessions visitó Reno el 25 de Junio para dar un discurso en la conferencia para la Asociación Nacional de Oficiales de Recursos Escolares en el casino Peppermill. Aproximadamente 200 personas protestaron las políticas de Sessions y el Presidente Donald Trump afuera de la conferencia. Nuestra reportera, Karina Gonzalez, tiene la historia.

Manifestantes sientan en el medio de la calle.
Karina Gonzalez

Read and listen in Spanish here 

Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited Reno Monday morning to speak at a conference for the National Association of School Resource Officers at the Peppermill Resort. Roughly 200 people gathered outside to protest Sessions and President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. Reno Public Radio’s Karina Gonzalez has the story.

Jeff Sessions habla en el escenario.
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke Monday at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino in Reno to over 1,000 school resource officers at a national school safety conference. As KUNR's Bree Zender reports, Sessions briefly focused on school safety, but spent much of his speech on issues surrounding undocumented immigrants.