Elizabeth Cook

Elizabeth Cook, KPIX 5 Anchor

Elizabeth Cook, KPIX 5 Anchor

Elizabeth Cook is co-anchor for KPIX 5 News at 5, 6, 10 (KBCW) and 11pm. Cook is a seven-time Emmy and two-time Edward R Murrow recipient. She is also the recipient of a Nor Cal RTNDA award in 2012.

She began her career in Palm Springs where she was a reporter, morning anchor and then the primary evening anchor for the NBC affiliate, KMIR.

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She covered various events that attracted national attention including the death of President Gerald Ford, the devastating Sawtooth Complex Fires and the deadly Black Friday Toy R Us shooting.

Elizabeth graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

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Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, in 2006. (CBS)

Jump On Tomorrow: ‘Shrimp Boy’ In Court, Hayward Air Rally, Comic-Con Begins

Getting a jump on tomorrow: “Shrimp Boy” returns to a San Francisco courtroom.

07/23/2014

US President Barack Obama Visits San Francisco | 06.06.12

Jump On Tomorrow: President Obama In SF Tuesday, Microsoft, Apple Earnings, Soda Tax, And Chevron Refinery

Getting a jump on tomorrow, President Obama arrives in San Francisco Tuesday night, and heads to Los Altos Wednesday; the Richmond city council meets about the refinery expansion, and another city considers a soda tax.

07/21/2014

An Oakland Police Department patrol car. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Oakland Officials Vote To Dump Police Radio System After Numerous Problems

Police officers in Oakland are now in line for an upgrade on police radios that they said are unreliable.

07/08/2014

(Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

California Looks At Emergency Water Rules To Help Firefighting Efforts, May Impact Valuable Water Rights

The worst drought on record has turned every inch of the Golden State into a tinderbox. State water administrators are looking at emergency regulations that may help firefighting efforts. The new rules could come at a cost to those who own valuable water rights.

07/02/2014

A wrapper for Burger King's 'Proud Whopper' being sold at one location in San Francisco. (CBS)

Burger King Unveils ‘Proud Whopper’ Campaign During LGBT Pride Weekend In San Francisco

Burger fans are racing to grab ‘proud’ burgers from a chain in San Francisco whose ad campaign is going viral.

07/02/2014

Macroskeledies Micas, discovered by two researchers at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. (CBS)

Odd Mammal Discovered: Monogamous Mouse-Size Creature Related To Elephant

Two Bay Area scientists are set to unveil a groundbreaking mammal, which was found by accident. It’s related to elephants and can fit in the palm of your hand.

06/26/2014

Students learning in a "Do-it-yourself" home school.(CBS)

‘Do-It-Yourself’ Home Schooling Growing In Silicon Valley

Think about school, and most of us imagine a classroom packed with kids. But whether it’s practicing French online with a native speaker, or keeping the beat in the garage during music class, parents are embracing a new kind of school, the do-it-yourself kind.

06/23/2014

Billy Ray Brown Jr., son of the owner of the local B and B Livestock auction, is accused of sending a horse called Lacey out of state to slaughter for human consumption. (Madera County Sheriff / CBS)

Auctioneer 1st Man Charged Under California Law To Protect Horses From Slaughter

They were called Lacey and Squirt, two professional rodeo horses and beloved pets. But they ended up sold for meat on someone’s dinner plate overseas. In a landmark case, a suspect has been charged with delivering at least one of them to slaughter.

06/05/2014

A northern spotted owl. (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Killing One Type Of Owl To Save Another In Northern California

Killing one species to save another sounds like a drastic solution, but that’s exactly what the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is doing in California to protect the Spotted Owl from a predator that happens to be its distant cousin.

05/21/2014

O'Donnell Family

Eager Buyers Bid Big, Snag San Francisco Home That Wasn’t For Sale

After a year of being beat out on every San Francisco property they bid on, a family switched realtors and bought a house that wasn’t for sale.

05/09/2014

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