Christina Lorey, WISCTV News 3

Christina Lorey


Moline, IL, United States

Contact Christina

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

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • WISCTV News 3
  • WQAD

Past articles by Christina:

I have COVID... now what?! A breakdown of what symptomatic, asymptomatic people can expect

For the first time in this pandemic, the U.S. is averaging 300,000+ new COVID cases a day, meaning one in every 100 people currently has the virus. While infection severity varies from person to person, every case falls into one of two categories: a symptomatic infection or an asymptomatic infection. → Read More

The average family is spending an extra $30/week on groceries: How to cut down on your bill

It's not just you: the price of everything from clothes and cars to gas and groceries is up. According to the Department of Labor, prices have increased 6.8% from 2020. That's the highest rate of inflation in nearly 40 years. → Read More

'Most people are doing it wrong': How much salt to use & how slow to drive as first snowfall looms

Regardless of how long you've lived in Wisconsin, you're probably doing both at least partially wrong. → Read More

The most-anticipated holiday film of 2021 is...

How long as it been since you stepped foot inside a movie theater? According to a new poll, 62% of families say they'll return in-person Christmas week. → Read More

Marcus Theatres will offer 'vaccine-required' shows starting Friday

Doctors say knowing the vaccination status of anyone you're in close contact with is one way to stay well, as concerns over the omicron variant grow. → Read More

Inside The 'Valor': Madison's newest apartment complex designed specifically for veterans

The Valor on East Washington Avenue is the first-of-its-kind: a six-story, 59-unit building designed specifically for veterans and their families. Residents began moving into the complex this month. → Read More

'They haven't been around for the past two years': After COVID delays PHMDC inspections, officials expect to be back on track by 2022

From July to November of 2020, PHMDC suspended all routine inspections. That's why, only now are some businesses like Grace Coffee receiving citations. → Read More

Trouble finding certain products at the grocery store? You're not alone.

From grocery giants to local chains, Wisconsin stores are once again struggling to keep their shelves stocked. → Read More

How close are Madison-area hospitals to reaching capacity?

Dane County hospitals are currently experiencing their steepest rise in COVID patients since last October. Will there be space for you or a loved one? → Read More

The Madison Reading Project is offering teachers 25 brand-new, diverse books for their classrooms

50% of all kids are non-white, yet only 30% of books published in the last year for children and teens featured black, indigenous, and people of color. → Read More

Black Restaurant Week to end with tasting event featuring food carts, caterers, & vendors

Try a variety of meals at the 'Jamboree Food Taste,' Sunday, Aug. 13th! → Read More

Madison's 6th annual Black Restaurant Week begins, more than three dozen Black-owned businesses participating

From Sunday, Aug. 8 to Sunday, Aug. 15, local, Black-owned restaurants and caterers will offer special deals. → Read More

Out celebrating the Bucks' win? Doctors say you should watch for these COVID symptoms, even if you are fully vaccinated

The Deer District is the center of the sports world, but could it soon make Wisconsin the next COVID epicenter? → Read More

Local artists' passion project, a video of Madison by drone, goes viral

In just 90 seconds, Sam Li takes viewers on a ride around Madison. See it for yourself! → Read More

As the UW-Madison reopens, the Union Terrace remains capped at 35% capacity

How many sunburst chairs usually fit on the Terrace? Believe it or not, pre-COVID, the answer was 5,000! → Read More

A fourth option by fall: Doctors optimistic Novavax could help Wisconsin, the world reach herd immunity faster

Already vaccinated or not, you might eventually need a booster shot. Doctors say the new Novavax vaccine could help with that. → Read More

3 changes you'll notice when the Dane County Farmers' Market returns to the Square June 19th

More vendors. Bigger crowds. Longer hours. → Read More

Apply now: Dane Arts to distribute $1 million grant among 400 struggling local artists

MADISON, Wis.– Madison consistently ranks among the best places in the country to live, and county surveys attribute that to three things: the lakes, the parks, and the cultural arts. “The young people that work near Madison all want to live downtown,” explained Mark Fraire, director of Dane Arts. “Not to be next to their financial adviser or attorney, but... → Read More

Starting Monday, Madison libraries will allow in-person browsing, check-out

The city's 9 public libraries will welcome families back, starting May 24th. → Read More

Ride the Drive will return this June, but not on John Nolen

With updated mask guidelines and the return of summer-like temperatures, many people are ready for outdoor life to return to something more normal. And soon, it will. → Read More