Among the stories Gina covered while with 13 Eyewitness News, were the O.J. Simpson trial in Los Angeles, the Rockets Championships, and the Democratic National Convention.
During her time away from ABC13, Gina not only worked at MSNBC, but also married former Houston Rocket basketball star Mario Elie (whom she met while covering a Rocket championship game).
At MSNBC, Gina was a network correspondent anchoring the 2000 presidential election from coast-to-coast, including the Florida ballot recounts. She also anchored President George W. Bush's Inaugural activities, Elian Gonzales' departure to Cuba, the U.S. bombing in the Iraqi no-fly zone, the Mid-East Violence and the South American earthquake. In addition, she also filled-in as anchor for NBC's Weekend Today show.
Among those she's interviewed are Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison, Olympia Snowe, and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Plus the Reverend Jesse Jackson, the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson and Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating.
Before joining 13 Eyewitness News in 1992, Gina worked as an anchor/reporter at WTSP-TV in Tampa, Florida and as an anchor/reporter at WHTM-TV in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and KLTV in Tyler, Texas.
Gina is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and was honored by the Associated Press Broadcasters for News Reporting.
She is a graduate of the University of Southern California and is a native of Santa Barbara.
Schools are making social media responsibility a part of the curriculum, so that students never have to learn a painful lesson.
It's been almost a year since 14 year old Michael Riley, who was set to join the Cy-Ridge track team, died after days of fighting for his life against a brain-eating amoeba he contracted while swimming with his teammates at Sam Houston State Park.
A unique, pre-paid legal service works to protect gun owners trying to protect themselves in instances of self defense and defense of property shootings.
On Thursday night, the Houston Symphony will present the world premiere of "The Cosmos -- An HD Odyssey."
It's not visible to the naked eye, but your dentist could help you spot it early.