Christine Devine is a veteran television news anchor in Los Angeles. Christine anchors the 5, 6, and 10 pm weeknight newscasts on FOX 11 News.
Christine has 16 Emmys, including the esteemed Governors Award. In 2018, she received the Lifetime Achievement Golden Mic from the Radio & Television News Association (RTNA).
In 2012, Christine was named in Los Angeles Magazine among the "50 Women Changing LA" for her work with foster care. For more than two decades Christine hosted Wednesday’s Child on FOX 11 News with 500 children in foster care finding adoptive families. Christine was honored in Washington DC as a Congressional "Angel in Adoption."
Christine is a proud Sun Devil graduate from Arizona State University. She is in ASU's Hall of Fame at the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast Journalism and has funded a scholarship. Christine is a member of the prestigious Board of Trustees and the ASU Leadership Council-Los Angeles.
In Hollywood, Christine has played reporter roles in movies (Cable Guy, Wag The Dog) and on TV (90210, American Horror Story).
Among her other news honors: two Gracie Awards from AWRT-American Women in Radio and Lifetime Achievement from Century City Chamber of Commerce. A frequent emcee, Christine has been honored before the LA City Council, LA County Board of Supervisors, LAPD and LA County Sheriff’s Department.
An LA-based swimsuit designer from Ukraine is using her platform to raise awareness about the war relief efforts.
Corporal Ryan Tillman is the focus of a new documentary on his efforts to bridge the gap between cops and the community. FOX 11's Christine Devine shares his story.
Mother's Day is a day of celebration for many. But for moms who lost a child, it's also a day of remembrance. Kathryn Wooten knows that loss and did something about it.
Reverend Cecil Murray opened the doors of First AME Church the night of verdicts for four LAPD officers in the beating of Rodney King, and emerged as a voice of healing for the community.
Latasha Harlins was killed on March 16, 1991, just two weeks after the infamous footage of the Rodney King beating emerged.
The LA Conservations Corps is providing jobs to young people and getting the nonprofit's crew members to beautify our neighborhoods.
FOX 11's Christine Devine got a chance to speak with Thomas Vozzo of Homeboy Industries. Vozzo is a global business executive who went on to volunteer at the nonprofit aimed at gang intervention and rehabilitation.
With Russia's invasion of Ukraine, imagine the hardship for those who are disabled. A local organization has had a partner program in place there for more than 10 years. But Joni and Friends had to turn their attention to evacuations.
A Ukrainian artist based in Los Angeles shared a Vladimir Putin portrait with a message that reads, "Feel free to punch him."
A nonprofit group we had previously featured on Community Champions is getting a major financial boost.