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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After years of drought the mosquito population is poised to make a comeback — with a vengeance.
An enormous sinkhole has opened up on a street in Pinole and is threatening a large retirement community.
A Tesla spokesperson said the company is urging employees to use public transportation, use their private shuttles and is even paying employees to ride their bikes to work.
UC Berkeley Republicans canceled an upcoming appearance by conservative thinker David Horowitz.
Authorities in Monterey County on Thursday announced pending charges against a suspect in a decades-old kidnapping and murder case.
A pioneering study at UCSF is testing to see if playing a video game they designed could help children with ADD and similar disorders.
VIDEO: Business is booming at a unique fitness center in Oakland. Devin Fehely reports.
Chickens may no longer need to cross the road before they end up on your dinner plate. Instead of coming from a farm, a Bay Area startup is developing the futuristic meat in a lab.
San Luis Reservoir, one of the state’s largest, was also one of its driest. What a difference one winter can make.
A flooded San Jose neighborhood is still cleaning up after Coyote Creek overflowed its banks two weeks ago.