Cristen Drummond is a versatile, multimedia journalist who covers a variety of stories from breaking news to features for CBS affiliate, KLAS in Las Vegas.
She moved to Nevada in February 2018 following her stint as a general assignment reporter / fill-in anchor for Spectrum News (formerly Time Warner Cable News) in North Carolina, a statewide news agency. She worked from the Greensboro newsroom as a multimedia journalist, a job requring her to research, shoot, write, and edit her own material under daily deadline pressure. Her stories aired in the Raleigh, Charlotte and Wilmington markets as well as WXLV, the local ABC affiliate in Greensboro. (DMA 46)
Previously, Cristen was a weekend anchor and weekday reporter for WGXA FOX 24 / ABC 16 in Macon, Ga. She was also a correspondent for Westwood One / Dial Global's subsidiary Go Radio at the 2012 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Over the years, Cristen's covered a number of stories including the Season 13 American Idol auditions in Atlanta, 2015 Final Four basketball games in Indianapolis, 2016 presidential rallies in North Carolina and House Bill 2, the controversial anti-discrimination law passed in North Carolina dubbed the "Bathroom Bill."
Cristen was born and raised in Los Angeles. She graduated number one in her class from the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada.