Mark Sayre is a general assignment reporter and joined the KPIX 5 Eyewitness news team from our sister CBS TV stations KCBS/KCAL in Los Angeles.
Mark has more than 20 years of experience in the television news business and is the recipient of 3 regional Emmy awards. Mark has also worked at stations in Las Vegas and Palm Springs in a variety of roles including news director, anchor and investigative reporter. He is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York.
While Mark really enjoys working in the news business some of his best memories are from his days at KALX-FM radio at U.C. Berkeley. Even though the station’s news department consisted entirely of students who didn’t know too much about radio most are still in the media industry today.
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A man could face charges for opening fire as wildlife officials searched backyards in San Mateo in the hunt for a mountain lion that was later tranquilized and captured Monday.
Residents in San Jose are fed up with crime, and they let Mayor Sam Liccardo hear that frustration at a meeting Tuesday night.
What used to be a waterway filled with plants and fish in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood is now essentially solid concrete.
Crews are working around the clock to try to isolate and eliminate a source of E.coli contamination impacting the water supply in a San Jose neighborhood. Hundreds of homes and a school have been affected, and officials said it’s been that way for days.
The election is just three weeks away, and a big Bay Area congressional race where two Democrats are facing off is really heating up.
A 49ers fan was assaulted in the parking lot of Levi’s Stadium following a fender bender after the team’s home opener game against the Chicago Bears.
With more crimes being caught on surveillance cameras, a growing number of Bay Area police departments are asking homeowners with the cameras to voluntarily register them so they know what is out there.
A murder suspect shot and killed by police in Sunnyvale last month is may be responsible for the murders of four women he once dated.
On Tuesday, the water supply to the creek was cut by about 60 percent as South Bay water officials try to conserve what little water they have to work with.
Pot clubs are gearing up for a war against the city of San Jose after the City Council voted in tough new pot club regulations.