Veronica De La Cruz

Veronica De La Cruz

Veronica De La Cruz


Veronica De La Cruz is an anchor at Scripps News, the Scripps owned national news network. Currently, you can find her anchoring Scripps News Live, from 12-3pm eastern. Prior to that she was the evening anchor at CBS San Francisco. Prior to her move to CBS in SF, she lived in New York City and worked at NBC News, MSNBC and CNN. Throughout her career as a storyteller, she has been nominated for seven Emmy Awards and is the proud recipient of an Emmy Award, a duPont Award and a Peabody Award.

Recent Work
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

European Union Leaders Divided On How To Curb Soaring Energy Costs

College graduates

Is A College Education Still Worth It?

A Disney cast member protests his company's stance on LGBTQ issues while holding a sign supporting trans rights

How A Mom And Son Are Celebrating Pride Month

Pete Davidson speaks at a Comedy Central Roast

Pete Davidson Skipping Ride To Space On Jeff Bezos' Rocket

A cloud of smoke raises after an explosion in Lviv, western Ukraine.

Russian Strikes Hit Ukrainian Capital And Outskirts Of Lviv

Kanye West

Kanye West Banned From Instagram For 24 Hours

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz

Founder Howard Schultz Returns To Lead Starbucks On Interim Basis

A cruise ship

CDC Lowers Risk Assessment For Traveling On Cruise Ships

Actor Jussie Smollett, center, leaves the Cook County Jail.

Jussie Smollett Released From County Jail During Appeal

A Starbucks customer drinks coffee

Starbucks To Phase Out Disposable Cups

The White House and South Lawn area

White House Public Tours To Reopen April 15

A motorist fuels a vehicle at an Exxon station.

How You Can Save Gas By 'Hypermiling'

New York Mayor Eric Adams listens as Washington Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee speaks

Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Stalking, Killing Homeless

Seniors shop at Costco

Costco To End COVID-19 First Responder, Senior Shopping Hours

Dolly Parton arrives at the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards

Dolly Parton Removes Herself From Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame List

A bowl of potato chips

Digging Into National Potato Chip Day

Actor William Hurt

William Hurt, Star Of 'Broadcast News,' 'The Big Chill,' Dies at 71

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.

Tom Brady Is Returning To Tampa To Play 23rd Season In NFL

Brent Renaud attends the 74th Annual Peabody Awards.

U.S. Journalist Brent Renaud Killed By Attack In Ukraine

Seattle Mariners gather on the field with the MLB logo displayed above them

MLB Cancels 93 More Games, Gap Narrows In Bargaining

Passers-by wear masks under their chins

CDC: 93% Of U.S. Population In Areas Where Masks Aren't Needed

A passenger on a train in Kyiv, Ukraine

Europe's Largest Nuclear Power Plant On Fire After Shelling

TikTok app logo

States Launch Probe Into TikTok's Effect On Kids' Health

A "now hiring" sign hangs in the window of a Chinese restaurant

ADP: U.S. Added 475,000 Jobs In February

Robert Pattinson in a scene from "The Batman."

AMC To Charge Slightly More For 'The Batman' Tickets

FitBit Ionic smartwatch

Fitbit Recalls 1 Million Ionic Watches After Burn Injuries

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson Heading To Capitol Hill

Ukrainian refugees walk along vehicles lining up to cross the border from Ukraine into Moldova

Airbnb To Offer Free Housing To 100,000 Ukrainian Refugees

Andy Serkis, Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz, Paul Dano and Jeffrey Wright arrive for "The Batman" screening

Hollywood Halts Releases In Russia, Including 'The Batman'

Oscar statue appears outside the Dolby Theatre

Oscars Slim Down, Will Hand Out 8 Awards Ahead Of Broadcast