Anna started her broadcasting career at KCBS in 1994, a few months before graduating from San Jose State University. After 5 years, she moved on to a brief stint reporting traffic on the radio. In 1999, she began writing and reporting at local television stations KRON and KPIX before returning to KCBS in 2010 as a reporter.
Anna owes not only the start of her professional career to KCBS, but the start of her family as well. It was while working at KCBS in 1997 that she met her future husband at the home of one of her colleagues. Anna and Don were married in 2003 and have since had 3 children. Anna and Don love to travel. Some of the highlights of their past trips include going inside the Giza pyramids in Egypt, touring the Angor Wat temples in Cambodia and traveling Thailand by train. So far, with the kids, they’ve made it as far as Disneyland, but she hopes they will all hop on a plane soon so her children can see the world.
Anna is a Bay Area native. She was born in San Jose and raised in Milpitas. She feels very fortunate to be able to work in such a beautiful place, doing work that allows her to meet new people everyday.
The Golden Gate Bridge will shut down for an entire weekend in just over three weeks. The “massive” closure, as described by bridge officials, is taking place to so the long-awaited, $30 million movable median barrier.
After the original design raised eyebrows and even some comparisons to a toilet bowl, the Golden State Warriors unveiled revised plans for their future San Francisco arena.
Mother Wants Uber Held Responsible For Daughter’s Death In San Francisco, Following Charges For Former Driver
A former Uber driver has been charged in the death of a six-year-old girl in San Francisco last New Year’s Eve, but the victim’s mother and the family’s attorney want the company held responsible too.
BART and AC Transit announced a one-year pilot program that expands overnight bus service between San Francisco and the East Bay with a farther reach in each direction and more frequent running service.
A window washer survived an 11-story fall from the roof of a building in San Francisco’s Financial District Friday. Witnesses, including the driver of the car he landed on, were astonished to find the victim landed on the ground, injured, but still alive.
A consumer-advocacy group says one of the recently-released emails between PG&E and the California Public Utilities Commission shows the commission’s president pushed a backroom deal to award PG&E millions in unearned energy efficiency incentives.
Tuesday marked the 36th anniversary Jonestown Memorial held at the Evergreen Cemetery in Oakland to commemorate more than 900 people who died in a cult mass suicide.
A 34-year-old man arrested for last week’s hit-and-run death of a San Lorenzo boy made his first court appearance Tuesday where he was denied bail and ordered to return to court the next morning.
Californians Signing Up For Health Care Insurance In Person, Or Online As Open Enrollment Begins Again
Across the Bay Area and around the country, hundreds of thousands of people began signing up for health care, as day one of the second open enrollment cycle under the Affordable Care Act got underway.
Oakland Teen Sentenced To 7 Years In Prison For Setting Sasha Fleischman’s Skirt On Fire, Causing Injury
A judge sentenced 17-year-old Richard Thomas of Oakland, to seven years in prison on Friday for setting another teen’s skirt on fire while aboard an AC Transit bus last November.