Devin Fehely is an Emmy award winning general assignment reporter/MMJ for KPIX 5.
Before joining KPIX 5 Devin was at WXIA in Atlanta where spent four years reporting. During that time, he won numerous awards, including three Murrow Awards and the Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Investigative Journalism from the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) for a series of stories that helped free a wrongfully convicted man.
Prior to WXIA, Devin reported for WAGA in Atlanta, WDSU in New Orleans, KSBW in Monterey and KNTV in San Jose.
Devin is a native of San Jose. He studied journalism at San Jose State and received a BA in psychology from Brown University. Devin makes his home in San Jose.
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San Francisco’s robust tourism industry is experiencing a slight slump. Some say Trump is to blame, but others point to the homeless crisis.
A turf war is heating up in Santa Cruz County over a huge piece of seaside property up for sale that includes a gorgeous secluded beach that’s nearly impossible for the public to reach.
Mayor Sam Liccardo says Google agreed to buy the land for its proposed San Jose campus for more than double what the city originally paid.
Workers at a children’s zoo in San Jose are still mourning the loss of several miniature horses and a donkey killed in two mauling attacks by dogs in recent weeks.
A South Bay father has been in jail for months after being taking into custody when he was tracked by ICE agents while dropping his daughter off at day care.
While California is trying to set up an earthquake early-warning system, officials say they are facing obstacles to getting it up and running.
Santa Clara County is cracking down on illegal marijuana grows and the effort comes with a hefty price tag.
Bay Area Dreamers were hopeful Wednesday after a San Francisco judge temporarily blocked President Trump’s executive order that would have ended the DACA program.
In Santa Clara and Sunnyvale, 911 dispatchers can text back and forth with a person in need of help.
A nativity display was only allowed for one day and it’s a big victory for a small Christian group in Santa Cruz.