Anne Makovec helps usher in the morning on KPIX 5 Eyewitness News both weekdays and weekends. During the week, she covers breaking news all over the Bay Area for KPIX 5 Early Edition and the news at noon. On Saturdays and Sundays, and reports for the evening broadcasts.
Anne has been covering Northern California news as a reporter and anchor since 2004 in the Monterey Bay, Sacramento, and San Francisco Bay Area. She started her career at her hometown radio station in Wisconsin before she was even finished with high school and hasn’t stopped chasing news since.
Anne has spent much of her journalism career covering politics from the red state of Georgia to wildcard Wisconsin, and most recently, the challenged California Capitol.
Anne lives in downtown San Francisco with two former shelter cats, Toby and Rusty.
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Mayor Ed Lee spoke out Thursday about safety on San Francisco streets, a day after cyclists were killed in two fatal hit-and-run crashes.
Of all the scandals plaguing the Oakland Police Department right now, it’s the investigation into a homicide detective’s alleged unlawful actions could affect the ongoing trial of a suspected killer.
The legal battle over the proposed Warriors arena in San Francisco heated up Friday as a judge heard arguments for and against the construction of the Mission Bay complex.
A new device promises to smash your bad habits in a shocking way – by zapping you with electricity.
Burglars smashed their way through the front facade of a gun shop in San Carlos Sunday morning.
Thousands of people filed into Richmond Memorial Auditorium Friday to pay their respects to a East Bay police officer who was fatally shot in his Vallejo home by the father of his grandson.
A growing number of engineers, biohackers and entrepreneurs hope one day we’ll all be super human
California’s high speed rail officials are now considering San Jose to Bakersfield as the first major stretch for service.
Gov. Jerry Brown has revived a proposal to help fix California’s crumbling roads and bridges with a $65 annual fee.
With El Nino rains expected this winter, San Francisco city officials announced Wednesday their plans to prepare for a major dousing ahead.