Chris Conte, 10 News San Diego

Chris Conte

10 News San Diego

Nashville, TN, United States

Contact Chris

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • 10 News San Diego
  • KNXV
  • NewsChannel 5
  • WPTV
  • WXYZ Detroit
  • WFTS
  • Denver7 News
  • Fox 4 News
  • KGUN9 On Your Side
  • and more…

Past articles by Chris:

There's a push to diversify shark research and marine biology

Jasmin Graham loves the ocean. An unexplored world underneath the surface led her to become a marine biologist at a young age, but she quickly discovered the field is lacking diversity. → Read More

At 988 call centers, more young people are reaching out for help

After the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline changed to three digits last year, call takers have been busier than ever. → Read More

In small-town America, it's a community effort to make Election Day possible

Hart's Location, New Hampshire is home to just 45 registered voters and most of them play a role in making Election Day here possible → Read More

As cases rise, communities are trying to stay ahead of monkeypox outbreak

As monkeypox cases rise, health officials in the LGBTQ community are trying to get people vaccinated as quickly as possible. → Read More

Communities fight to save their small town general stores

Rural communities across the country are turning to community trusts to ensure their small town general stores don't disappear. → Read More

Researchers are working to create potatoes more resistant to climate change

Researchers are working to create potatoes more resistant to climate change and it could help save a billion-dollar industry. → Read More

USS Constitution sets sail on July 4 with first female Captain

USS Constitution sets sail on July 4 with first female Captain at the helm for the first time in 225 years → Read More

As inflation soars, food banks are feeling the pinch

As inflation soars, food banks are feeling the pinch as they try to keep up with rising costs across the country → Read More

Could green infrastructure projects help control flash flooding?

With cities seeing more intense rainfall events, communities are looking toward innovative flood management projects → Read More

Americans are having a hard time finding new cars

Over the last few years, many Americans have found themselves in the unenviable position of having to purchase a new car. → Read More

Same-sex couples navigate raising a family amid LGBTQ backlash

Same-sex couples navigate raising family amid LGBT backlash → Read More

Artificial intelligence scans for weapons, but faces criticism from some

Ellenbogen is the founder of a company called Evolv. Inside the company's Waltham, Massachusetts headquarters, he walked us through how his company's next-generation security scanners work. → Read More

The push to make more beaches open to the public

TRURO, Mass. — As millions of Americans begin planning trips to their favorite beaches this summer, many people might be surprised to learn that some of this country's most tranquil pieces of coastline aren't always open to the public. But there is a growing push to make sure more beaches are open and accessible to everyone. Among them is Julian Cyr, a state senator from Massachusetts who grew… → Read More

There's vital work underway to keep America's rural bridges standing

According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, there is currently a $200 billion backlog in needed repairs for this country's rural transportation system. → Read More

Man with one lung attempting to complete 50th marathon

This man is trying to run 50 marathons, all with one lung → Read More

Facing rare diagnosis, family works to develop treatment for their toddler

Mary Saladino started a foundation is hoping to raise nearly $3 million dollars needed to test and produce a treatment for her little boy. → Read More

How the seasonal worker shortage could impact summer destinations

A restaurant on Cape Cod is struggling to maintain staffing due to the shortage of workers. → Read More

Living salad bar could be the wave of the future

Could this 'grow your own salad bar' be the wave of the future? → Read More

College students continue to navigate mental health challenges

As part of that push to help young people manage some of the mental health challenges brought on by the pandemic, this university is developing a new app. It allows students to take a quick assessment quiz and then offer tools for ways to help. → Read More

Parents with kids under 5 are still stuck in vaccine limbo

About 1.9 million children younger than 5 have contracted COVID in the last two years. Most are spared the word of the illness. → Read More