I’m home! I think this is what people mean when they say, “I’ve made it.” As a Walnut Creek native, I grew up watching KTVU. Even as my career took me around the country, I always trusted KTVU to bring my family and friends back home the most accurate and reliable news. Now, I get to say that I’m the person delivering that news to my loved ones. My parents are thrilled they can watch me on TV in the East Bay, instead of through a live stream online and I’m thrilled I can be home again! My journey in broadcast journalism started in college at UC Santa Barbara when I interned at KEYT. Getting up at 3AM to run the teleprompter and traffic cameras for the anchors doesn’t sound glamorous, but 20 year old Sara was living the dream. That dream continued through grad school at Boston University. I got my masters in broadcast journalism then went straight to Grand Junction, Colorado where I learned the ropes at KKCO 11 News. From Colorado I made my way to FOX40 News in Sacramento where I spent three amazing years and now five years after starting my first on air gig, I’m back where I belong! I’ve been fortunate enough to do it all throughout my time in news. From shooting and editing, to anchoring the news and weather, it’s been quite the experience and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I want to get to know all my new neighbors, so don’t be a stranger. Follow me on Facebook or on Twitter I’d love to hear from you!
The iPhone 11 was launched during last year’s event so a big question is if we’ll see the unveiling of the iPhone 12?
Only services where face coverings can be worn at all times by everyone can reopen right now.
The hazardous air quality conditions have prompted some cities to open respite centers where residents, especially the vulnerable, can go to breathe clean air. However, the smoky conditions are expected to last throughout the weekend.
Bay Area government leaders are urging people to use common sense to defend against the deadly coronavirus, and the oppressive heat.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued a spare the air alert for the 16th day in a row, breaking the old record of 14 days set back in 2018 during the Camp Fire.
Cal Fire Operations Chief Mark Brunton called the act "saddening" and said it's the last thing crews should have to experience while they're battling out of control fires with limited resources.
The pair of Marin County firefighters were in heavy brush when they became stranded about 8:15 p.m. along a ridgeline about 75 yards from the fast-moving fire, according to the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office.
Video shows two Marin County firefighters rescued by helicopter while trying to contain the Woodward Fire.
At Sankofa United Elementary School in Oakland, kindergarten started with a 30-minute chat on Zoom.
The union says the biggest sticking points include having small targeted groups to give students who need extra help the attention they need and bringing in substitutes to co-teach classes and deal with technical problems.