Christina Sanjuan, KKTV 11 News

Christina Sanjuan

KKTV 11 News

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Past articles by Christina:

Biden pushes closer to victory in race for the White House

Biden’s victories in the Great Lakes states left him at 264, meaning he was one battleground state away — any would do — from becoming president-elect. → Read More

Report: Britain’s Prince William had coronavirus in April

Prince William was reportedly treated by palace doctors and followed government guidelines by isolating at the family home Anmer Hall. → Read More

Tropical Storm Eta forms, ties record for most named storms

This is the first time the Greek letter Eta is being used because after the 2005 season ended, meteorologists went back and determined there was a storm that should have gotten a name but didn’t. → Read More

Super typhoon slams into Philippines, 1 million evacuated

A super typhoon slammed into the eastern Philippines with ferocious winds early Sunday and about a million people have been evacuated in its projected path, including in the capital where the main international airport was ordered closed. → Read More

CDC highlights safety tips for in-person voting amid pandemic

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reminding Americans to be cautious while voting. → Read More

Jews For Trump car parade stirs protests, fights in New York

Skirmishes broke out between supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump as a Jews For Trump convoy of hundreds of cars draped with American flags and Trump 2020 banners rolled slowly through Manhattan and Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Democrats ask Pence to skip Barrett vote over COVID-19 risk

With no real power to stop the vote, Democrats argue the winner of the Nov. 3 election should choose the nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. → Read More

Zeta will likely be hurricane before hitting Yucatan, heading for US

The storm is expected to move over the Yucatan Peninsula late Monday. It will then head into the Gulf of Mexico and approach the U.S. Gulf Coast by Wednesday, though it could weaken by then. → Read More

Officer suspended for blaring ‘Trump 2020’ from NYPD vehicle

The NYPD prohibits officers from “endorsing political candidates or publicly expressing personal views and opinions” about candidates while on duty or in uniform. → Read More

Halloween goes on at the White House with a few twists

With a bit of rejiggering, President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump played host Sunday to hundreds of super-heroes, unicorns, skeletons and even a miniature version of themselves as part of a Halloween celebration at the White House. → Read More

Fire set in Boston ballot drop box; FBI asked to probe

Massachusetts election officials say a fire was set in a Boston ballot drop box holding more than 120 ballots in what appears to have been a “deliberate attack." → Read More

Al-Qaida leader wanted by FBI killed, Afghan official says

Afghanistan claimed Sunday it killed a top al-Qaida propagandist on an FBI most-wanted list during an operation in the country’s east. → Read More

2 Stanford economists win Nobel Prize for auction theory

Two American economists won the Nobel Prize on Monday for improving the theory of how auctions work and inventing new and better auction formats that are now woven into many parts of the economy. → Read More

Boy, 3, finds loaded gun, shoots self in head at Oregon home

There is an ongoing investigation into the shooting, but so far, no charges have been filed. → Read More

Bubble Kings: Lakers run past Heat for 17th NBA championship

LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers are back atop the NBA world. → Read More

Shaq says he just voted for the first time

Shaquille O'Neal said he recently voted in an election for the first time. → Read More

South Korea worries about missile shown in North Korean military parade

South Korea on Sunday urged North Korea to commit to its past disarmament pledges while expressing concerns over the North’s unveiling of a suspected new long-range missile during a military parade. → Read More

In hurricane-ravaged Louisiana, residents dig out, again

Louisiana residents are once again trudging through knee-deep water to find their homes flooded and pledging to rebuild after Hurricane Delta blew through the besieged part of the state. → Read More

Drive-in hosts socially distant naturalization ceremony in Okla.

Young and old, from many backgrounds and faiths, from all over the world, they came together to become Americans. → Read More

Judge denies motion to extend Florida’s voter registration

Based on previous trends, the judge noted, perhaps more than 20,000 additional people might have also registered to vote, if they had been able to access the system. → Read More