Raven Santana
Raven Santana
Correspondent

Raven Santana is a correspondent for NJTV News. She began her career as a Field Producer/Production Assistant for FOX 5 in New York, while she reported part-time as a general assignment reporter for WZBN-News in Trenton. Raven got her first big break in Springfield, Massachusetts where she worked for NBC affiliate WWLP for 2 years as a reporter.

She was able to return back to her home state of New Jersey in 2013 as a reporter for FiOS1 News, where she covered several national stories including the capture of Linden Bombing Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami and won awards for her breaking news coverage of “The Ewing House Explosion”.

She holds a bachelors degree in Radio/TV/Film and a minor in Economics from Rowan University. When she's not working, Raven loves traveling, exercising, entertaining and spending time with her husband, family and close friends.

Posts by: Raven Santana

Personal care businesses prepare to reopen
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Personal care businesses prepare to reopen

Raven Santana | Jun 18, 2020

Nail and Hair salons are part of a number of other personal care businesses across the state that are allowed to start operating again along with strict COVID safety measures.

Life-saving kidney transplants resume
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Life-saving kidney transplants resume

Raven Santana | Jun 8, 2020

Now that transplant surgeries can resume, doctors stress that hospitals are safe and are encouraging living donors to give the gift of life.

Restaurants prepare for Phase 2 reopening on June 15
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Restaurants prepare for Phase 2 reopening on June 15

Raven Santana | Jun 2, 2020

After more than two months of curbside pickup, restaurants will finally get the chance to welcome customers back to the table, albeit outdoors. Monday Gov. Phil Murphy announced restaurants can reopen ...

Gyms try to strong-arm their way open
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Gyms try to strong-arm their way open

Raven Santana | Jun 1, 2020

After being closed for more than two months, gym owners say they have no choice but to move forward and open up their businesses. Despite designing new rules and ways to social distance during ...