Juliette Goodrich


Emmy award winning reporter and Bay Area native Juliette Goodrich joined KPIX 5 in 1997 and has performed a variety of anchoring and reporting assignments during her time with the station.  She is currently the weekend nighttime anchor.

Juliette graduated from U.C. Davis with a degree in Communications and was awarded the Kelly Broadcasting Scholarship her senior year.  She started her broadcasting career reporting for Channel 30 in her hometown of Pleasanton during the early 90s and gained additional local and national experience reporting and anchoring for news stations in the Redding, Chico and Sacramento television markets.

Juliette has covered a wide variety of local and national stories.   At KPIX 5 Juliette added to her list of accomplishments with Emmy Nominations in “Breaking News” for her exclusive coverage of fugitive James Nivette’s capture in France and her exclusive coverage of the Bay Bridge shooting incident.

In 2004, Juliette was awarded the APTRA “Excellence in Spot News Coverage” for her reports on the anchor desk during the Oakland Super Bowl Riots. In 2005, she was named Reporter of the Year by The Women of Radio and Television Association. In 2006, Juliette received an Emmy for Best Anchor and in 2007,  she was awarded another Emmy for Best Newscast for the 5pm news on KPIX 5.

In 2008 Juliette received another Emmy for Best Anchor.  In 2009 Juliette received an Emmy for best Daytime Newscast for the noon show she anchors weekdays.

In 2012 she was awarded a Nor Cal RTNDA award for her multi-part series: “Hunger Challenge…Living on Food Stamp Budget for a Week.”

In 2014  Juliette received her fifth Emmy for her team coverage on Batkid.

Juliette was inspired to write a children’s book after she emceed the 100th birthday celebration of the Centennial Light. It is the world’s longest burning lightbulb.  It is located at Fire Station 6 in Livermore, California.  The book is called “The Little Light Shines Bright.”   Proceeds from the book benefit local reading and writing programs. You can learn more about the lightbulb and see what it looks like from a bulbcam operating 24 hours a day at www.centennialbulb.org.  Juliette has also written four other children’s books with proceeds going to local reading programs.  She has written “The Train of Lights, ”   “I’m Special because I Smile”, (inspired by her work with Special Olympics),  and “Paws Goes to the Library.”

Juliette is involved in many community organizations including the Alisa Ann Ruch Annual Burn Relay to support burn survivors in the Bay area, the Northern California Special Olympics and the American Red Cross. She has also competed in several triathlons for the See Jane Run Breast Cancer Fund. Juliette and her husband live in the East Bay with their three children.  Juliette and her three children trained for three years together to earn their  Black Belts in Tae Kwon Do.  They continue to train for their second degree.

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A Mom Made Healthy Ice Pops For Her Family And A Business Blossomed

They’re making healthy Fairytellla ice pops. They’re similar to other pops, but with an Organic twist.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–04/04/2017

PG&E’s Secret Clean-Up Operation In A Ritzy San Francisco Neighborhood

For years, PG&E has been buying up multi-million dollar homes in the Marina District.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–03/28/2017

Repairs On Massive Orinda Sinkhole Begin

The fix for gaping sinkhole on Miner Road in Orinda is coming closer to reality after one of the main obstacles to make repairs was resolved.


Concord Restricts Morning Commute Traffic Off Residential Streets

One East Bay city fed up with drivers taking shortcuts through residential neighborhoods is cracking down by restricting traffic during the morning commute.


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Teloyears Test May Reveal How Well You’re Aging

The simple genetic test measures the length of our telomeres, which are a unique DNA sequence that forms caps at the ends of chromosomes.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–03/01/2017

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) logo is displayed on a hard hat at a work site. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

PG&E Raising Electric Transmission Rates, Makes Billing Changes In March

On March 1, the billing system will be reduced from three to two tiers, simplifying the rate structure. Additionally, a High Usage Surcharge will be introduced.


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Epic Winter Season Buries Sierra Ski Resorts

After years of drought, Mother Nature has buried the Lake Tahoe ski resorts under more than 35 feet of snow this season. And it’s not even March yet.


Heroic Good Samaritans Rescue Driver After Livermore Creek Plunge

The California Highway Patrol on Wednesday praised the heroism of two men who helped save the life of a driver whose car ended up underwater in Livermore creek off Highland Road Tuesday.


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Abandoned Mercury Mine Tainting Russian River Fish

A KPIX 5 investigation into an abandoned mercury mine near Guerneville has revealed that the state plans to issue a serious health warning that certain fish in the Russian River are not safe to eat.


Russian River Surges Past Flood Stage In Guerneville

Some evacuations orders remained in effect Monday in the area around the Russian River in Sonoma County as the river surged past flood stage.


Thieves Target Dozens Of Mailboxes In Dublin Right Before Christmas

Dozens of families were outraged when thieves stole mail out of more than 40 mailboxes in Dublin.


Christmas Tree Farmers Worried About Tree Shortage

If you’ve been thinking about getting an artificial Christmas tree, this may be the season to do it as tree lots report of a shortage of the real thing.


Pastor Seen On Video Yelling At Richmond Officers During Traffic Stop Part Of Group To Improve Relations With Police

A Bay Area pastor caught on video going off on Richmond Police during a traffic is the founder of a group funded by the city of Oakland to repair relations between citizens and police.


Abandoned Mine Near Russian River Has Alarmingly High Levels Of Mercury

Mercury levels at the Russian River are four times higher than that needed to be deemed a hazardous waste site, yet no signs are posted.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–11/14/2016

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Funky-Tasting Water Pouring From East Bay MUD Taps As Treatment Plant Shuts Down

East Bay MUD customers are complaining about funny tasting water running through their taps due to a treatment plant upgrade.


Plasma Seen As Possible Fountain Of Youth Treatment For Older Patients

Bay Area scientists are working on a treatment for brain disease that involves injecting plasma from young subjects into older patients,


Paramedic Sued For Posting Graphic Patient Injury Photos On Instagram

The family of a Bay Area man who was nearly killed in a horrific motorcycle crash earlier this year is now suing a first responder for posting graphic pictures of the crash victim’s injuries on social media.


Racist, Pro-Trump Graffiti Shocks Spanish-Speaking Elementary School

Students arrived at a Bay Area elementary school for Spanish-language children Monday morning to find it vandalized with anti-immigrant messages, echoing one of Donald Trump’s key campaign promises.


NFL Players Push For Cannabis Alternative To Opioids For Chronic Pain

Current and former National Football League players are funding a study on a potential opioid alternative – cannabis oil, made in the Bay Area – to help alleviate the pain brought about by a football career.


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Dangerous, Addictive Opioid ‘Pinky’ To Be Banned This Week

This week the federal government places an emergency ban on a powerful, highly-addictive painkiller that has killed dozens and sent countless more to emergency rooms in California and across the United States.


New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Scene Of Oakland Double Homicide

It took a recent double homicide at East Oakland’s Cesar Chavez Park to prompt the city to finally take action and install new surveillance cameras that work.


A doctor analyzes a mammogram to search for signs of breast cancer. (CBS)

Human Germs, Bacteria Seen As Weapons In War Against Cancer

Bay Area scientists are on the hunt to discover how a person’s own germs may be the best medicine in the war against cancer.


I-80 Smart Corridor Project Finished, Activated To Ease Congestion

Flashy signs and metering lights are the new norm for commuters on one of the busiest vehicular corridors in the Bay Area.


Rebecca Forkey's Jeep Liberty following her rollover crash on May 5, 2013. (Rouda Feder Tietjen & McGuinn)

DUI Victim’s Lesson To Others: 911 Call Led To Crash That Left Her Quadriplegic

A 911 call to report a drunk driver contributed to a crash that left a Bay Area woman paralyzed, and now she hopes others learn a lesson from her tragic misfortune.


12-year-old Cooper Allen poses with Courage and reporter Juliette Goodrich. (CBS)

Livermore Boy Auctions Prized Hog To Help 5-Year-Old Leukemia Patient

A 12-year-old Livermore boy has rallied his community to help a child sick with leukemia, using his expertise as a young pig farmer to raise a ton of money for his new friend.


Warriors Fan Thrown From Upper Deck After Game 7 Out Of The Hospital

The warriors’ fan who says he was pushed over a 50-foot railing at oracle arena during a playoff game got out of the hospital and onto the road to recovery.


Toddler Dies After Complications From East Bay Dental Visit

A three-year-old girl has died after developing complications during a dental procedure in San Ramon over the weekend.


Convicted Felon Found With ‘Ghost Guns’ Was San Jose Airport Worker

A convicted felon who worked behind the security perimeter at San Jose’s Mineta Airport was arrested on weapons charges after ATF agents found rifles, a pistol, and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition in his home.


California To Crack Down On Disabled Parking Placard Abuse

California is cracking down on the disabled parking placard program, and it’s not just drivers.


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Controversial Campaign Signs Heat Up Judicial Race In Marin County

The judicial race in Marin County is heating up and one candidate is being criticized over her controversial campaign signs.


Pittsburg Police Set To Deploy New Hwy 4 Cameras In Wake Of Freeway Shootings

Police in the East Bay will be expanding their crime-fighting command center now that additional cameras are set to be installed along Hwy 4 in response to the recent rash of freeway shootings.


Bay Area Becomes Top Spot In Nation For Auto Theft

Bay Area law enforcement is seeing a surge in stolen cars, with the region now the top spot in the country for auto theft.


Linda Karr (left) received a heart from Tammy Griffin, while Griffin received the heart and lungs of a 21-year-old deceased person in a rare "domino" transplant at Stanford University. (CBS)

2 Women Get New Organs In Rare ‘Domino’ Transplant At Stanford

A woman who got a second chance with a lifesaving transplant decided she could save a life herself.


Despite Drought, Residents Told To Keep Lawns Green — Or Face Fines

Residents in an unincorporated, planned community in Contra Costa County are being told to forget statewide imposed drought restrictions and keep their lawns green, or face fines.


10 New UC Berkeley Sex Assault Cases Revealed

A woman accusing a former UC Berkeley law school dean of sexual harassment says the school has kept quiet about years of abuse, with nearly a dozen new cases revealed Wednesday.


Mikhael Malenkov leaving court during a recent appearance. (CBS)

Money Laundering Charges For Man Suspected Of Owning Chain Of Bay Area Medical Marijuana Clinics

The alleged owner of a chain of medical marijuana clinics is facing criminal charges again after KPIX5 first reported on the case last year.


California Builder Sees Big Increase In ‘Panic Room’ Requests

A California-based builder says he has seen a 500 percent jump in the business of creating panic rooms since 9-11.


Trucker Jerry Matson, who was shot in near the O.Co Coliseum in Oakland, returns home to Indiana on February 18, 2016. (CBS)

Trucker Shot Near O.Co Coliseum Returns Home To Indiana

More than two months after he was shot near the Coliseum in Oakland, a 72-year-old truck driver is finally returning home to Indiana.


The Super Bowl Goes Green and Gives Back

Long after Super Bowl 50 wraps up and ships out some Bay Area school kids will remember the environmental stewardship it brought to their community.


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Bay Area Natives Return Home To Play In The Super Bowl

Bay Area players and coaches with the Panthers and Broncos are coming back home for Super Bowl 50.