Da Lin is an award-winning journalist at KPIX 5 News. He joined KPIX 5 in 2012, but has been reporting the news in the Bay Area since 2007. Da grew up in Oakland, and before his return to the Bay Area, he spent five years covering the news at three other television stations in Texas, Southern and Central California. He also spent five years reporting at KRON 4.
Da has traveled and lived all over the world, from China to England, but he says his heart belongs in the Bay Area. He says there’s simply no place like it. Da’s coverage of major stories including the Oscar Grant killing has earned him 10 awards from the Bay Area Press Photographers’ Association and the Northern California Radio and Television News Directors’ Association.
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A vigilante message is getting double takes on BART.
A heated fight in Alameda County is pitting dirt-bike enthusiasts against wildlife advocates as county officials sue to put the brakes on a major expansion to an off-road park.
Alameda wants to build a new bridge to Oakland, just for bicyclists and pedestrians.
At 32, Jesse Arreguin becomes the youngest and the first Latino Mayor-elect in Berkeley.
A Milpitas high school principal was placed on administrative leave after ending a speech to students with a profanity directed at President-elect Donald Trump Thursday.
A youth group from South Los Angeles attending a tech conference in Oakland were victims of a vehicle burglary. And when the victims asked for help, police were nowhere to be found.
Two Oakland police officers were in court Friday in separate sex scandal cases.
The quick passage on Friday of the hotel tax bill that will help fund a Vegas football stadium was a blow to those hoping the Oakland Raiders will stay in the East Bay.
Long before the Black Lives Matter movement, the Black Panther Party was fighting to end police brutality in the Bay Area.
Investigators are still trying to figure out how two large oil sheens near Phillips 66’s Rodeo refinery ended up in the San Pablo Bay.