Connie Tran is the host and producer of MedWatch Today, the Central Valley’s medical/health program that focuses on positive and inspiring stories at Community Medical Centers. She was previously a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor. She has been a part of the KSEE24/CBS47 team since September 2014.
Connie has covered a variety of impactful stories in the Valley, including the high-profile arrest and drug trial of former Fresno Police Deputy Chief Keith Foster. She has also traveled and reported on national stories including the Honor Flight in Washington, D.C. with World War II Veterans, the mass fatal warehouse fire in Oakland, and the 2015 terrorist attack at a government building in San Bernardino that left 16 people dead.
Connie was named after Connie Chung, one of the most prominent and respected female journalists in the world. That name resonated with her when she was a little girl, and she knew she wanted to pursue a career in reporting like Chung.
Connie grew up in the Los Angeles area and graduated with a degree in Communications and Pre-Journalism at Loyola Marymount University. She began her broadcasting career as an intern for Good Day L.A., FOX 11 Los Angeles’ morning news show. She also interned at Dateline NBC. After graduating from college, Connie got hired as an editorial assistant for NBC Los Angeles before being promoted to a content producer. She then began her on-air reporting career at KBAK/KBFX-TV in Bakersfield. After a year and a half, Connie moved to San Luis Obispo to report and fill-in anchor at KSBY-TV, where she covered news across the Central Coast.
Connie loves being a part of the KSEE24/CBS47 news team. She loves spending her free time with family and friends, including her husband Daniel and their baby Chloe.