Jackie Ward

JACKIE WARD

Jackie Ward is a two-time Emmy nominated reporter who recently moved to the Bay Area from Portland, Maine. Jackie was born and raised just outside of Boston, MA where her passion for telling informative, compelling stories began to flourish. This desire to share engaging stories and keep people up to date with the news and events in their community motivated Jackie to pursue a degree in Journalism with a concentration in Broadcast from Boston University.

After obtaining her degree, Jackie started her broadcast career in Bangor, Maine at WLBZ 2 as a Multimedia Journalist. After a year and a half in Downeast Maine, she moved a few hours south to Portland, Maine where she worked at WCSH 6 as a morning anchor and multimedia journalist for four years.

One of Jackie’s biggest accomplishments during her time in Maine was producing a six-part series called “Why We Run” – a collection of profiles that focused on six individuals who were running the 2014 Boston Marathon as part of the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge team. As a member of the Dana-Farber Marathon team herself, Jackie helped raise more than $16,000 for cancer research. In addition to crossing the finish line, this experience earned Jackie an Emmy nomination.

Outside of the world of TV news, Jackie loves spending time with her family, taking her dog on runs, and cheering for her New England Patriots!

 
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Nighttime View of AT&T Park

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After a decade of planning and proposals, the San Francisco Giants’ massive new waterfront development near AT&T Park got the go-ahead from City Hall.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–02/13/2018

ICE arrest

Oakland Public Safety Committee Votes To Strengthen Sanctuary City Status

Oakland’s Public Safety Committee voted unanimously Tuesday night on a resolution to stop what City Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan calls “collusion” between the Oakland Police Department and ICE.

CBS San Francisco–01/09/2018

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown pays his final respects to Mayor Ed Lee on December 15, 2017. (CBS)

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Ushered in by an honor guard of police officers and sheriff’s deputies, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee entered City Hall for the last time early Friday morning.

12/15/2017

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12/11/2017

San Francisco Neighborhood Residents Team Up To Fight Package Thieves

Residents in a San Francisco neighborhood are banding together to fight package thieves.

12/05/2017

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KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–11/14/2017

Celestino Almeda (C), Filipino veteran representing the Philippine Commonwealth Army, arrives at a Congressional Gold Medal presentation ceremony October 25, 2017 at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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10/25/2017

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10/17/2017

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Wildfires left two hospitals in Santa Rosa out of commission Tuesday after patients were whisked to safety in the middle of the night.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–10/10/2017

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An art installation that pays touching tribute to the victims of the Oakland Ghost Ship Fire is almost ready to make its public debut after months in the making.

09/21/2017

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