Andria Borba joined KPIX 5 in October 2013. Born in Modesto, raised in the Central Valley city of Gustine, Andria has a large extended family that stretches from Tomales Bay to the Monterey Bay and all over the San Francisco Bay Area.
Andria’s last stop before KPIX 5 was KTXL-TV in Sacramento. There she covered stories from the state capitol to the hunt for remains of the so-called “Speed Freak Killers” in San Joaquin County. She’s also worked at WVEC-TV in Norfolk, Virginia and spent months covering the Michael Vick dog fighting case and countless military stories. Andria began her career at KRCR-TV in Redding. The day she interviewed in Redding was the day a Red Bluff police officer was shot and killed, a case she followed through to the convict’s sentencing to San Quentin’s death row.
Andria is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach. When not chasing down stories, she enjoys a good book and hanging out with friends and family.
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There’s a new shame campaign in San Francisco to force building owners to make their buildings safer In the event of an earthquake.
The threat from a dangerous fire source in the Oakland Hills is now greater than ever.
The woman accused in fatal DUI collision had a valid California driver’s license despite being in an alleged DUI crash months earlier.
President Obama made quite the entrance as he flew into San Francisco on Marine One and landed at Crissy Field.
A tour bus company involved in an injury accident last November has received an “unsatisfactory” grade on its latest CHP inspection report.
The family of a Hayward man who died in police custody in 2014 has released body camera video of the incident, as the family seeks changes in how such cases are handled.
Three thousand employees with the Academy of Art are scrambling to find out if their financial and credit information has been compromised in the wake of a sophisticated email spoof.
You still can’t buy a mansion in Pacific Heights for $100,000, but the feeding frenzy pushing prices higher may be calming down a bit.
Video footage of the violent take-down of a teenage girl by a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy last year has been publicly released.
Moments after two Alameda County sheriff deputies pummeled a man with their batons in San Francisco’s Mission District last fall, another deputy allegedly took the man’s gold necklace and gave it to a homeless couple in exchange for their silence.