Christine was born in Hamburg, New York and grew up in Arizona. She graduated from Arizona State University in 1987 and began her career as a reporter in her home state before joining KTTV. Christine Devine is a veteran television news anchor at KTTV in Los Angeles with a passion for empowering young people. Christine anchors the weeknight newscast at 10pm on Fox 11 News(KTTV). She has 16 Emmys, including the prestigious Governors Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Christine is known for her Wednesday’s Child adoption segment. She celebrates over 20 years of Wednesday’s Child. Her weekly TV adoption segment has helped hundreds of children from foster care find forever families. In 2012, she was named by Los Angeles Magazine among the “50 Women Changing LA.”
Christine is a co-chair of The Good News Foundation, a non-profit founded by five LA news anchors/reporters wanting to honor the "good" in Los Angeles. The foundation has helped build a computer lab for homeless children, a showroom for low-income women to receive free career clothing, sponsors an apartment at the Downtown Women's Center for homeless women, and a journalism scholarship.
Christine has appeared as a reporter in a number of movies and TV series: "24", Prison Break, "Melrose Place", "90210", The Cable Guy, "Wag the Dog", "Most Wanted", "Independence Day".