Greg Lee

Greg Lee

Anchor and Political Reporter

Greg has been at KTVU for since 2019. During his time here, he’s covered several significant political events including the 2020 primaries and elections, including interviews with presidential and down-ballot candidates. He’s also sat down with Gov. Gavin Newsom several times to ask questions important to Californians. 

Beyond his political role, he’s covered breaking news including the 2020 Glass Fire.  He and a small team also produce and create KTVU’s monthly special "Voices for Change," which discusses issues of social justice and equity. Greg also anchors the 5 pm, 6 pm, 10 pm and 11 pm news on Friday nights.

Greg grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and attended Pepperdine University in Los Angeles County. Before coming to KTVU, Greg worked at KABC in Los Angeles, KESQ in Palm Springs, and KTLA in Los Angeles. When he’s not working, Greg enjoys playing with his rescue dog, exercising, and mentoring the next generation of journalists.

The latest from Greg Lee

Rep. Barbara Lee returns to her alma mater, celebrates release of 'Shirley' film

Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-Oakland) took a walk down memory lane this week, at the place where her political roots were first planted. Inside the library at her alma mater, Mills College in Oakland, she reminisced over her yearbook photo and a newsletter she wrote as the president of the Black student union.

Schiff, Garvey head for November Senate runoff

Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff and Republican former baseball star Steve Garvey will meet in November, in the race to fill the U.S. Senate seat long held by the late Dianne Feinstein.

Bay Area to see generational shift in vacant congressional seats

When Bay Area voters have their votes counted on Super Tuesday, they will see the beginning of a changing of the guard. Some longtime Bay Area representatives are either retiring or running for new office and taking with them decades of experience.

County elections officials gear up for March 5 primary, as ballots get mailed

California’s primary election is set for March 5, Super Tuesday. Fourteen other states and one territory will also vote on this day. Voting has already started around the state, as some early voting sites have opened and county elections officials have started to mail ballots to all registered voters.