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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It is a piece of Berkeley history that most thought they would never get a chance to see in person.
Major storms will sometimes overwhelm a Benicia drainpipe, sending water onto the street and flooding homes.
Despite packed trains, BART ridership is down. And commuters could end up paying the price.
Bette Kroening, the founder of Bette’s Oceanview Diner in Berkeley, is remembered and missed by her family, longtime customers and employees.
The storm sent huge waves pounding the coastline and in Pacifica sneaker waves posed a real threat.
An East Bay middle school student allegedly punched a substitute teacher several times.
Several downed trees are raising flooding concerns for people living near an East Bay Creek as a new round of storms rolls into the region.
An East Bay mother was killed in a car crash and days later, officials still can’t get to her body.
Another growing sinkhole has opened up in Contra Costa County with a new crater in Orinda rupturing sewer lines and creating gridlock for drivers.
Some of California’s top cops came together in San Francisco Thursday to discuss big questions over the use of force during a two-day symposium.