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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New billboards tell Vallejo city leaders: approve the cement plant near the mouth of the Napa River and get voted out.
The district attorney’s office said investigators tracked down the golden state killer suspect by using genealogy websites.
A man who spent almost a quarter of a century on California’s Death Row took his first steps of freedom right into his family’s arms Thursday after his conviction in the rape and killing of his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter was overturned.
Dozens of people living in RVs along the Berkeley waterfront are being told to pack up and leave. But many say they have nowhere else to go.
Some folks who have created a tiny home community in Alameda may be forced out soon.
When buying a full-size home isn’t an option, many people are turning to tiny homes.
Alameda is monitored by four license plate readers and there’s a push to get more. But worries about ICE and privacy abound.
A shortage of labor has stalled rebuilding efforts in one of Santa Rosa’s hardest hit neighborhoods.
The latest installation of bike sharing racks at a BART station in Oakland has set off a major pushback because of its location – directly in front of a memorial display for victims of the 1991 Oakland firestorm.
A family in the East Bay just learned their rent is about to go up by 133 percent: from $1,500 dollars a month to $3,500.