Felicia comes to San Diego from Salt Lake City, Utah. Prior to Salt Lake Felicia reported and anchored in Yuma, Arizona and worked in reality television in Los Angeles for E! Networks and on shows such as “So You Think You Can Dance,” and “Dancing with the Stars.”

Felicia is happy to return to Southern California where she lives with her fiance and three dogs.

You can catch Felicia weekends and weekdays on Fox 5 San Diego midday and evening newscasts.

Felicia loves news tips and can be reached at Fmartinez@Fox5SanDiego.com

Recent Articles
  • Affordable Care Act supporter

    Hundreds of Affordable Care Act supporters rally in Vista

    VISTA, Calif. — At least 250 supporters of the Affordable Care Act held a rally Saturday in Vista. The event was held at the corner of Vista Village Drive and South Sante Fe Road. “Healthcare I see as a human right. And we are so lucky in this country to have gotten the ACA and now to have it on the brink of having it thrown away frightens me to no end,” said Nancy James from Rancho Penasquitos. The North County […]

  • Convenience Store robbery spree suspects

    Masked gunmen hit three convenience stores

    Authorities sought the public's help Friday to identify and locate two masked gunmen suspected of holding up three convenience stores in San Diego and another in Escondido.

  • Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina

    IB mayor addresses cross-border pollution in city address

    Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina held his State of the City address Tuesday night, addressing major concerns including cross-border pollution and crime.

  • treelajolla

    What residents can do to help prevent trees from falling

    SAN DIEGO – Homeowners were still recovering from Fridays storm after trees toppled across San Diego County. Arborist Larry Coalson with LC Tree Service was helping residents pick up the pieces Monday. “The biggest thing you can do is to look at your trees. If you can’t see through them then it’s time to trim them,” said Coalson. Coalson said he’s been busy with phone calls since the storm, and continues to remind folks if you can’t see through your tree […]

  • A mother was reunited with her baby after a 7-hour standoff in San Ysidro on Feb. 19, 2017.

    Baby reunited with mom after 7-hour standoff

    A baby was safely removed from a San Ysidro apartment after a man held off a SWAT team for more than seven hours Sunday, police said.

  • Power line downin Pacific Beach

    Tree knocks down power line sparking small fire

    SAN DIEGO –Friday’s strong wind caused a live power line in Pacific Beach to go down causing it to spark and catch fire. The power line fell after being struck by a tree, which also hit a car, but fortunately there were no injuries. San Diego police helped block the area while crews worked to restore power to the area and fix the problem. SDG&E reported the downed power line line happened at 4611 Dawes Street and caused an outage […]

  • departures3

    Dozens of flights canceled or delayed at Lindbergh Field due to high winds

    Hundreds of flights were canceled or delayed on the West Coast Friday because of high winds and torrential rains.

  • National City hit-and-run

    Driver accused of killing elderly veteran turns self in

    A suspect in a hit-and-run that killed an 81-year- old pedestrian on a South Bay street turned himself in Tuesday, authorities reported.

  • Police search for parents of toddler found wandering alone at park

    Toddler found wandering alone after walking away from daycare center

    A toddler who may have wandered away from an East County daycare center Monday morning was found wandering alone near a park in La Mesa.