Camila Barco, KRON 4 News

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Camila:

Bay Area storm latest: Flood Watch for Bay Area Sunday

(KRON) — The next storm is set to hit the Bay Area Sunday, and the National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for the Bay Area region until Monday afternoon. KRON4 Meteorologist Dave Spahr shared that more moderate to heavy rain is set to return Sunday before sunset, covering the entire bay by the […] → Read More

Millions hitting the road for the holidays

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) – The good news is if you’re driving to your destination, gas prices have gone down. But the bad news is that today will be one of the most congested days out in the road. AAA expects 2022 to be the third-busiest year for holiday travel since 2000. According to […] → Read More

Contra Costa firefighters building bikes for kids

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KRON) – Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, local firefighters had to pause on the bike distributions the last two years, but this Christmas, the program that started more than 20 years ago returns. “It’s humbling, it’s an honor, it’s heartwarming,” Capt. Chris Toler told KRON4 News. For over a decade, Toler has been […] → Read More

Iconic SF drive-in offers 75 percent off in celebration of anniversary

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The owners of Mel’s Drive-in opened the iconic mom-and-pop shop 75 years ago. They saw how popular drive-in restaurants were becoming in Southern California and they decided to open one in San Francisco. Fast-forward to today, and they have eight locations in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Mel’s Drive-in first opened […] → Read More

Pelosi attack suspect due in federal court Wednesday

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – David DePape is scheduled to appear in a federal courtroom today as lawyers from both sides update the judge on their progress in preparing for a trial. DePape is scheduled to appear this morning after pleading not guilty to those federal charges. He has been charged with one count of attempted […] → Read More

Slow start to Black Friday in spite of expectations

PLEASANTON, Calif. (KRON) – It’s a slow start to Black Friday at Stoneridge Shopping Center but the stores are open and there are people spending. Lego is one of the many stores offering deals and there have been plenty of people who have already walked put of this store with a set. There are no […] → Read More

Heightened fire season over: Contra Costa County Fire

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) – The height of fire season is over in Contra Costa County, according to the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District. That’s thanks to much of that rain we’ve seen lately. At the height of fire season, the district was using they were using several fire engines to put out […] → Read More

Veterans Day events around the Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — It’s Veterans Day and events around the Bay Area will be held Friday as we honor our nation’s veterans and thank them for their service. Here’s a list of what’s happening on Friday and over the weekend to honor veterans. Veterans Day aboard the USS Hornet 2022 – Friday, Nov. 11 […] → Read More

Facebook parent Meta cuts 11,000 jobs, 13% of workforce

Facebook parent Meta is laying off 11,000 people, about 13% of its workforce, as it contends with faltering revenue and broader tech industry woes, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a letter to employees Wednesday. → Read More

Election officials gear up for the midterms

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) – It’s less than a week away from election day and Contra Costa County elections officials are going to have to sort through thousands of ballots next week. Voters can cast their ballots at their local precinct or send in their ballots through the mail. Officials are giving KRON4 News […] → Read More

Musk to fire half of Twitter workforce: Report

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Just a week into his new position as the owner of Twitter, Elon Musk is planning on making some big changes. A Bloomberg report said he’s expected to cut his workforce by 50%. Musk also is looking to change Twitter’s at-home work policy and charge Twitter users for certain services. According […] → Read More

Six Bay Area high schools get false active shooter threats in apparent ‘swatting’ incidents

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — In what one law enforcement official described as likely to be an incident of “swatting,” multiple Bay Area high schools received active shooter threats on Wednesday. Swatting is when someone makes a false report of a serious crime in order to “elicit a response from law enforcement.” South San Francisco High […] → Read More

San Francisco sued over homeless encampment sweeps

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – The Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights has filed a lawsuit in federal court on behalf of people who are homeless in San Francisco. The lawsuit goes after several city departments and Mayor London Breed. The complaint states San Francisco tries to create an image that they’re addressing homelessness, but the lawsuit […] → Read More

Tentative railway labor deal reached to avert strike, Biden says

The president said the tentative deal “will keep our critical rail system working and avoid disruption of our economy.” → Read More

Lowriders return to streets in California town

For the first time in almost 40 years, lowriders can drive low and slow through the streets of San Jose. → Read More

Kaiser nurses picket for safety

WALNUT CREEK (KRON) – Nurses stepped outside the hospital this morning to focus on their own health. They claim Kaiser Permanente has not addressed the nurses’ concerns for their health and safety at work. These registered nurses and nurse practitioners are looking for a fair contract, urging management to invest in their staff and agree […] → Read More

Sailors lending a helping hand for San Jose’s first Fleet Week

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) – United States Navy sailors wore many hats during San Jose’s first Fleet Week. They drove to Walnut Creek to help Habitat for Humanity build townhomes for low income families. Petty officer from the USS Carl Vinson Trey Perry told KRON4, “It’s nice to be able to make a change in […] → Read More

Check out newly-refurbished Hayward middle school

HAYWARD (KRON) – It’s the first day of school across Hayward Unified School District and a lot of students are walking into newly-renovated classrooms and schools. More than a dozen schools have been upgraded and renovated across the district. One school being refurbished is Winton Middle School, where crews have spent the summer fixing things […] → Read More

Sunnyvale kids return to school

SUNNYVALE (KRON) – About 400 students are back in the classroom at San Miguel Elementary in Sunnyvale. This year, they’re sitting more closely together as COVID-19 restrictions have eased. Students are still being screened for the coronavirus before going to school, but protocols have eased across the Sunnyvale School District. Masking is strongly recommended, but […] → Read More

Sacred Heart distributes backpacks, school supplies to families

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — School will start soon in San Jose, and one organization is helping parents with the back to school shopping. Sacred Heart Community Service is helping thousands of families get ready for school with its annual Pack-a-Back drive, which has been running since 1998. The program relies on donors to operate. […] → Read More