Kinsey SchofieldKinsey Schofield is an American journalist, television commentator, host, comedian, author, and social media expert. She began her career at Village Voice Media’s Phoenix New Times.
Ed CraneEd Crane is the new kid on the block for CBS Sacramento, reporting and anchoring for Good Day Sacramento and CBS13 News.
Dave 'Deuce' MasonDave “Deuce” Mason is a sports media professional with over a decade of experience and has a passion for sports, entertainment, and media.
Bethany CrouchBethany is passionate about storytelling and loves creating memorable, interesting, community-based television.
Sean BennettSean Bennett joined CBS13 and Good Day Sacramento in May 2012. Sean is no stranger to reporting on the morning show. He spent the past 3.5 years reporting for FOX 40. Before moving to the Capital City, Sean spent seven years anchoring sports at WBBH in Fort Myers, Florida and at KHSL/KNVN in Chico.
Julissa OrtizJulissa attended St. Francis Elementary and St. Francis High School. She started her TV career right here at CW31 as an intern for Good Day Sacramento.
Courtney DempseyCourtney Dempsey joined the CW31 staff in August of 1995. She has been working with Good Day Sacramento ever since, and has enjoyed every minute of it.
Cambi BrownBorn and raised in Elk Grove, Cambi attended Sacramento State and began her broadcasting career right here. As an intern at Good Day Sacramento, she knew she wanted to someday return as a reporter, and has been able to do just that on Good Day and CBS13.
Ken RudulphKen Rudulph is the co-host of “Good Day Sacramento.” Ken was born and raised in Sacramento and graduated from Cordova High School (go, Lancers!), then CSUS with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Marianne McClaryMarianne McClary is the co-anchor of “Good Day Sacramento”, the valley’s top-rated morning news and information program, which has been on the air since 1995.
Tina MacuhaWorking in radio was Tina Macuha’s dream. In high school, Tina pretended to be on the radio with her homemade station she called K-Mac.
Flavio SoriaIn 2004, Good Day Sacramento decided to transmit its program in Spanish through the SAP channel. Flavio was in the right place at the right time, as the saying goes, and the rest is history.