Maureen Naylor is an award-winning South Bay Bureau Reporter and Fill-in Anchor for KTVU.
The Bay Area native grew up in Sunnyvale and was ASB President of St. Francis High School in Mountain View. Maureen has spent her broadcasting career covering the Golden State reporting on a range of topics from wildfires to the San Francisco Giants' World Series runs. Maureen started reporting in San Luis Obispo after graduating from Cal Poly with a double major in Journalism and History. After anchoring in Chico, Maureen moved to Fresno where she and her colleagues at KFSN-TV earned an Emmy reporting on a May Day immigration march.
Maureen achieved her goal of working in the Bay Area when she joined KTVU in 2008 and ultimately won an Associated Press Award for her coverage of challenges facing an East Bay football team.
With a background as a college lacrosse player, Maureen enjoys emceeing events for non-profits, playing piano and discovering beautiful Bay Area sunsets.
The state of California is making a change to its COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
Surveillance video obtained by KTVU shows the end of what authorities are calling a brazen carjacking of a public bus in the South Bay.
Like many children these days, 13-year-old Jack Carlisle of Oakland misses his friends and needed something to do.
It is the news some parents have been waiting almost a year to hear, as more Bay Area school districts are moving towards resuming in-person classes.
Some Bay Area companies are rewriting the rules for how and where employees can work post-pandemic.
California health officials Friday announced a date for the next group of residents eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dozens of Bay Area girls are making history as the first female Eagle Scouts.
A Santa Clara County deputy was arrested Friday and faces criminal charges that he faked a shooting ambush.
There are about 5,000 people in the evacuation zone, preparing for what could be one of the wettest weeks in years. People living in Felton, Ben Lomond and Boulder Creek -- areas scarred by the summer's CZU Lightning Complex Fire -- are worried about possible mudslides.
Following a night of howling winds and a dry winter, Cal Fire officials on Tuesday said they were battling multiple fires in Santa Cruz County.