Cate Cauguiran (pronounced Co-GEAR-an) is a reporter for CBS Eyewitness News Early Edition. She joins the team selected as part of CBS Network’s News Development Program.
You can find her bright and early bringing you the top national and international stories in “Your World” on Eyewitness News This Morning. On KPIX 5 Eye Witness News at Noon, Cate is back out in the field tackling the latest stories in the Bay Area.
She joins KPIX 5 from Medford, Oregon where she was morning anchor, producer and multimedia journalist for KTVL News 10. In the news trenches of Southern Oregon, Cate did it all – write, shoot and edit.
Cate graduated from the University of Southern California with her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and International Relations, with a focus in foreign policy analysis and culture, gender and global civil society in 2008. She returned to her alma mater to get her master’s degree in Communication Management from the USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism in 2010.
Cate started her journalism career interning for CBS Los Angeles/KCAL, NBC Nightly News and working at her college station, Annenberg TV News.
She is what they call a “third culture kid.” She is Filipina and a military brat who grew up on U.S. military bases overseas in Japan. When she’s not in the newsroom, she is out and about exploring the food, culture, music and outdoors of the Bay Area with her pup, Cooper.
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A Versace store in Livermore is at the center of a shocking lawsuit that claims black customers were racially profiled every time they entered the outlet location.
San Francisco police are taking away musical instruments from street performers to reduce the noise near Union Square.
San Jose is facing a $1 million mistake and is telling retirees, including former police officers and firefighters, they’ll need to pay up.
There’s growing evidence a compound derived from a variety of the cannabis plant may be just what ailing pets need.
Bay Area law enforcement officers will no longer train members of the Philippine National Police Force because of a bloody war on drugs that has seen Philippine police killing drug users and drug dealers.
On November 8th, Californians will decide whether to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use. But with the latest Field poll showing Proposition 64 ahead by a two-to-one margin, there’s a growing concern about an unintended consequence – more cases of dogs digesting cannabis products.
The developer of a skyscraper in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood and city officials both knew the building was sinking and leaning before any units were sold but failed to notify buyers, Supervisor Aaron Peskin alleged Tuesday.
A plan to build a Zen garden on Cottage Row in San Francisco’s Japantown has a neighborhood divided.
The radio ad by the San Francisco Police Officer’s Association is clear: Chief Toney Chaplin is the right leader at the right time.
The search for a new police chief in San Francisco brought up questions about acting Chief Toney Chaplin’s education that led to him showing proof he has a college degree.