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Alexandra Rangel

Freelance Reporter

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Alexandra Rangel is a bilingual Emmy award-winning journalist.

Born and raised in Imperial County, Alexandra’s passion for journalism took her to San Diego where she received her bachelor’s degree in journalism and media studies from San Diego State University in 2015.

At SDSU Alexandra covered stories on campus as a writer for The Daily Aztec. She was also a radio host for KCR College Radio at SDSU. Alexandra later joined San Diego City College where she anchored and reported stories for San Diego City College Newscene. She worked as a news production assistant at KUSI News in 2018.

Alexandra landed her first reporting job in her hometown with KYMA News in El Centro, CA where she reported on a variety of stories in Imperial County and the border town of Mexicali.

When she isn’t reporting, Alexandra can be found exploring the outdoors and spending time with her loved ones.

Recent Stories by Alexandra Rangel

Padres fans celebrate the beginning of the seas...

Padres Fans Can Now Fill 33% Of Petco Park

April 16
By Alexandra Rangel

Petco Park has boosted its regulated capacity, thanks to San Diego entering the Orange Tier and seating sections reserved for people who can show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Tease photo for Young People Head To National City Va...

Young People Head To National City Vaccine Clinic On First Day Of Eligibility

April 15
By Alexandra Rangel

With COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanding in California to all people 16 years of age and older, Thursday’s vaccine clinic at the National City Library was filled with young people wanting to get their shots.

Lauderbach Elementary School welcomes back stud...

Chula Vista School District Welcomes Students Back To Campus

April 12
By Alexandra Rangel

Elementary students returned to in-person learning at the Chula Vista Elementary School District on Monday.

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