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Camilla Rambaldi is an award-winning,

Emmy-nominated anchor and reporter. 

She is a first-generation Italian American - born and raised in Los Angeles. She earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from California State University, Northridge. 

Most recently, she worked at KABB/WOAI, the FOX and NBC affiliates, in San Antonio, Texas. After reporting evenings for two years, she became the reporter/fill-in anchor for both station's morning shows. She was promoted to co-anchor Fox News at Nine in 2019. 

In Texas, Camilla covered Hurricane Harvey, the deadly 2021 winter storm, and breaking news stories such as the Sutherland Springs church shooting and the Uvalde school tragedy.

At FOX SA, Camilla launched her segment, SA STRONG, which focused on stories of empowerment and resilience. She also gathered stories for the station's 'No Child Sold' initiative, a campaign in the fight against child sex trafficking in partnership with the non-profit Ransomed Life. 

In 2017, Camilla was nominated for a Lone Star Emmy Award for her reporting on homelessness in San Antonio. She also received a Lone Star Emmy nomination in 2020 as co-anchor of KABB's Fox News at Nine Evening Newscast. 

Before Texas, she started her career in Helena, Montana. She spent two years as an anchor, reporter, and producer at the NBC affiliate KTVH-TV. 

She gained her initial news experience in college as an assignment desk intern at K-ABC7 in Los Angeles and as an intern for the show Peter Greenberg Worldwide (CBS). She also spent some time in entertainment. She was an intern for Access Hollywood, The Hollywood Reporter, and for 
K-ABC7's On the Red Carpet. 

​When she is not working, Camilla loves hiking, working out, and being active in her community. She also runs her blog, The Empowered You. 

Camilla is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). She received the 2019 Excellence In Media Award from the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault. 

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