Ali Wolf is a reporter/fill-in anchor at Fox 40 in Sacramento with a passion for storytelling and breaking news. She reports live for the evening newscasts and frequently writes, shoots and edits her pieces.
In Sacramento, she’s covered the Ebola outbreak, the King Fire and midterm elections. She also reported live on FOX News’ “Kelly File” during day-long coverage of a manhunt for a suspect who killed two sheriff’s deputies.
Prior to FOX40 Ali was a reporter/fill-in anchor for News 12 Brooklyn/The Bronx and NY1. There she covered superstorm sandy and its aftermath, city politics, elections and crime.
Ali began her career as a writer for KUSI in San Diego and producer for KTNV in Las Vegas. In 2011, she won an Emmy Award for a sports show she anchored and produced at Palomar College.
Ali’s love for journalism began at UC Berkeley, where she often carried a camera around, shooting protests and covering the latest controversies around campus.
During College, Ali interned at KRON4, NBC San Diego and CNN.