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.
The government of President Vladimir Putin is looking to question Michael McFaul, a Stanford University professor who is also a former U.S. ambassador to Russia.
For decades, the beaches at Hollister Ranch, north of Santa Barbara, have been like a distant ship on the horizon – beautiful, alluring, elusive and largely unreachable.
A homeless encampment along a San Jose freeway on-ramp that was swept away in February has sprung up again larger than ever, with homeowners just on the other side of a wall fearing for their safety.
A battle over access to a beach along the Peninsula headed closer to the U.S. Supreme Court today.
A warning for consumers: if you’re not careful, what you toss in the recycling bin could end up in a landfill instead.
As Star Wars fans marked the nerdy “May the Fourth Be With You” holiday with a flurry of memes and social media posts Friday, KPIX 5 found a local lawman with a special connection to the film series.
If the would-be robber thought he’d picked a helpless victim who wouldn’t put up a fight when he attacked a female student at UC Berkeley, he was flat out wrong.
A well-known Bay Area psychiatrist is under investigation with new documents showing he is not being allowed see female patients without a chaperone.
Some environmentalists say it’s time to start logging again in California.
The California Coastal Commission has given Santa Cruz approval to cap the number of vacation rentals.