Marianne Favro, NBC Bay Area

Marianne Favro

NBC Bay Area

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Marianne:

Blinky's Holiday Drive Through Returns for Another Year in San Jose

It’s lights, cameras and holiday magic in the South Bay. → Read More

Rising Flu, RSV Cases Impacting Capacity at South Bay Hospitals

Children across the South Bay are flocking to emergency rooms with RSV and flu, putting a strain on hospitals. → Read More

COVID Outbreak Shuts Down Some Services at South Bay Courthouse

A South Bay courthouse has been forced to shut down some services due to a COVID outbreak. → Read More

Two South Bay Mayoral Races Still Too Close to Call

Two South Bay mayors’ races remained too close to call Monday, almost a week after the Midterm Elections. → Read More

Police Investigate Dinnertime Break-Ins in the Peninsula

Palo Alto police are investigating a rash of dinnertime break-ins they believe may all be connected. → Read More

Meta Planning Large-Scale Layoffs This Week: Report

Facebook’s parent company Meta is reportedly planning large-scale layoffs as soon as Wednesday, according to the Wall Street Journal. → Read More

SJSU Football Team, Family Honor Camdan McWright in First Game Since His Death

The San Jose State football team played their first game since the death of teammate Camdan McWright Saturday. → Read More

San Jose Family Creates Unique Halloween Display for Terminally Ill Son

For one San Jose family, their Halloween display is more than just a showcase for their neighborhood, it’s a way to bring joy to their terminally ill son. → Read More

Affordable Housing for Teachers in Palo Alto, Los Gatos

The city of Los Gatos built affordable housing for teachers and the city of Palo Alto will soon follow suit. → Read More

Thieves Snatching Wallets, Purses From Shopping Carts

Attention shoppers, keep a close eye on your purses and wallets. → Read More

Scientists, Doctors Are Growing Concerned Over New Omicron Subvariant

Scientists say a concerning omicron subvariant is now in the Bay Area. → Read More

Residents in San Jose Neighborhood Frustrated With Frequent Power Outages

Dozens of people in one San Jose neighborhood say they’re averaging one power outage a week. → Read More

Bay Area Residents Pessimistic About Life, Future: Report

People in the Bay Area are feeling pessimistic about their future. → Read More

Some Left Without Power as Heat Wave Bakes the Bay Area

The extreme heat is causing transformers to blow across the Bay Area, leaving thousands of people without power. → Read More

Cal Fire Crews Keep an Eye for Lightning Amid Fire Danger

Cal Fire crews were on high alert Wednesday as they responded to several reports of lightning strikes. → Read More

San Jose Man's Property Hit by Cars 23 Times Since 1960s

A San Jose resident says vehicles have crashed into his property 23 times over the past several decades. → Read More

San Jose Jazz Summer Fest Returns After COVID-19 Hiatus

Organizers and visitors were getting back in rhythm Saturday at the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, after the pandemic forced it to turn down the volume. → Read More

Bay Area Experts Say Nation's Response to Monkeypox is Not Enough

President Biden announced two federal monkeypox coordinators Tuesday following California’s declaring a state health emergency over the outbreak. Some Bay Area experts said that’s not enough action. → Read More

New Numbers Show More Californians are Getting Reinfected With COVID-19

A growing number of Californians are getting COVID-19 a second time, new numbers show. → Read More

Bay Area Man Infected With COVID-19, Monkeypox at the Same Time

A Bay Area man says he tested positive for COVID-19 and was diagnosed with monkeypox at the same time. → Read More