Jana Katsuyama has been with the KTVU news team since 2007, reporting for the Ten O'Clock News and covering events as far away as wildfires in Southern California and the 2011 Touhoku earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster, where she reported from Tokyo. She has received multiple Emmy awards and nominations, as well as honors from the Associated Press. She previously worked at WDTN in Dayton, Ohio and KBJR in Duluth Minnesota. She has been an active volunteer, emceeing and working for more than a dozen Bay Area community and non-profit organizations, as well as her alma mater Oberlin College. She is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and a former board member of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences Northern California and Ohio chapters.
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn the landmark abortion rights ruling in Roe vs. Wade was in response to the Mississippi case Dobbs versus Jackson Women's Health Organization, pitting a Mississippi state law against the clinic's claim of constitutional rights to provide an abortion.
The FDA could order all Juul e-cigarette products off the U.S. market as early as this week.
(KTVU and AP) Stephen Curry scored 43 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 107-97 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Friday night, sending the series back to San Francisco knotted at two games apiece.
The bipartisan Jan. 6 Committee is prepared to put evidence on the record for the first time Thursday evening, as part of its investigation into the attack by former President Trump's supporters at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Two Democrats are poised to battle for the Congressional District 15 seat that is currently being held by Congresswoman Jackie Speier, who has held the seat since 2008.
Elon Musk's attorneys said he might walk away from the deal to buy Twitter, due to a dispute with the company over the number fake accounts.
The vigil was held by city leaders because of a student who asked for a way to honor the children killed. It is a cycle of death that a whole generation of American kids have become used to seeing.
As San Francisco kicked off Pride Month, the pandemic and politics are threatening to make this year's Pride more complicated and conflicted than past celebrations.
In front of San Francisco City Hall, school teachers, community members, and parents came to a vigil in honor of the lost lives in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York, mass shootings.
One week after the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, some people are calling for 21 minutes of silence on social media Tuesday at noon, to honor the 21 victims killed.