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Brian Webb

Brian Webb

Brian Webb joined KPIX 5 as a reporter in August 2013 after spending 7 years in the blazing sun of Phoenix, Arizona, working at KNXV and KTVK as a reporter and anchor. Before that he worked in Kansas City and his first TV job was in Topeka, Kansas.

Brian has covered everything from a wildfire that killed 19 hotshot firefighters in Arizona, to U.S. soldiers on a “peacekeeping mission” during the Bosnia War. But he says the best stories are the ones about one single person trying to make a difference. Like a 90-year-old blind man named Mr. Boggs who refused to pay the new bus fare in Phoenix, not because of the higher rate, but because buying a ticket at the actual bus cost more than if you bought it online. Mr. Boggs wasn’t savvy in the ways of the World Wide Web, but he knew a bad deal when he saw one, or at least when he heard one and the story helped Mr. Boggs make his point.

Brian got into TV journalism simply to have an interesting job, learn how the world works, what motivates people and maybe help a few causes along the way.

Before his career, Brian went to college at Regis University in Denver, Colorado where he received a scholarship to play basketball on its winning division II team. He admits he mostly sat on the bench behind bigger, better players, but wouldn’t trade the experience or the lifelong friends for anything.

Brian grew up in the middle of a wheat field in Newton, Kansas with his parents and younger sister and brother. Brian’s brother also lives in the Bay Area, the rest of his family is still in Kansas. During his time off, Brian and his fiance enjoy getting to know the city and all it has to offer.

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16-year old Muhamed Abu Khdeir's family in the Bay Area mourned the teen's death. (CBS)

Bay Area Family Of Teen Kidnapped, Killed In Suspected Retaliation For Israeli Student Deaths Calls For Justice

A Bay Area family is in mourning after a teenage relative was killed near Jerusalem in what many believed was retaliation for the killing of three Israeli students.


A view of the grass playing surface at Levi's Stadium. (CBS)

South Bay Transit Officials Stage Dry Run For New Levi’s Stadium

With the opening of Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara a few weeks away, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority staged a so-called “transit test” to deliver fans to the new home of the San Francisco 49ers.


About thirty fair patrons were treated for heat related illnesses at the Alameda County Fair Sunday.

Dozens Suffer Heat Exhaustion At Alameda County Fair

With temperatures tinkering around 100 degrees, medics rescued 30 people from heat exhaustion and rushed them to the emergency room Sunday.


School Beating

Security Guard Accused Of Beating Wheelchair Bound Oakland Student Faces Video Evidence In Court

A security guard seen in a video allegedly beating a wheelchair-bound student made an appearance in an Oakland court Monday to face that video evidence.

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An Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 airplane lies burned on the runway after it crash landed at San Francisco International Airport July 6, 2013. (Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Asiana Flight 214 Crash Report To Be Released

A federal safety board report is expected to reveal the official cause of the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport in July of last year that left three people dead.


Tourists, instead of cars clog Lombard Street on the day when automobiles were banned.

Plan To Unclog San Francisco’s Famous Lombard Street Backfires

Closing the crookedest street in the world to tourists was supposed to give residents a break, and some privacy. Instead, they got chaos.


Two British tourists to Alcatraz said they took this photo of a ghost during a recent visit to the prison. (UK Daily Mail)

Tourists Claim Proof Of Ghostly Figure On Alcatraz

Alcatraz has been considered by some to be one of the most haunted places in America. A couple of tourists said they have photographic proof.


A customer uses the credit card scanner at a Target store on December 19, 2013 in Miami, Florida. Target announced that about 40 million credit and debit card accounts of customers who made purchases by swiping their cards at terminals in its U.S. stores between November 27 and December 15 may have been stolen. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Long Lines, Frustrated Shoppers After Nationwide Target Checkout Glitch

Target shoppers can expect trouble at the cash register again after issues with debit, gift, and EBT cards caused long lines across the country Sunday.


Parking VIolation

‘Temporary’ No Parking Signs Stay Up For 4 Years In San Francisco Construction Zones

In a city where parking is one of the hottest commodities, construction crews are hogging street-side parking with temporary “No Parking” signs for weeks, months, and even as long a four years, forcing those who actually own homes here to walk several blocks just to get to their front door.


A sign advertising an apartment for rent is displayed in a window in San Francisco. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

San Francisco Rent Board Swamped As Rents, Evictions Rise

Amid sky-high rents and a flood of evictions, the San Francisco Rent Board is unable to keep up with the overwhelming number of housing complaints.