Damian Trujillo, NBC Bay Area

Damian Trujillo

NBC Bay Area

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

Contact Damian

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • NBC Bay Area

Recent articles by Damian:

Police Warn Public of Thefts, Car Break-Ins During Holiday Shopping

With the holidays, come the expected increase in car break-ins, especially at malls and shopping centers. → Read More

Why Are Some Bay Area Residents Getting Their Mail at Night?

Residents of a South Bay community are wondering why they have been receiving their mail in the middle of the night. → Read More

Business Owners Divided on Outdoor Parklets in Palo Alto

The parklets that many business built to accommodate outdoor dining during the pandemic are now causing controversy. → Read More

Civil Corruption Trial of Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith Now in Hands of Jury

The civil corruption trial against Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith is now in the hands of the jury. → Read More

Unusual 5.1 Magnitude Earthquake Caught South Bay Residents Off Guard

An initial 5.1 magnitude earthquake in the South Bay was followed by several aftershocks, but people near the quake’s epicenter describe the big hit as a jolt. → Read More

Report Details Alleged Corruption, Cover-up in Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office

Another scathing report paints the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office in a bad light once again. → Read More

Probe Launched After Video Appears to Show Woman Get Off SJ Fire Truck and Walk Into Strip Club

The San Jose Fire Department has launched an investigation into what it calls a “concerning video” that was posted on social media. → Read More

First Witness Testifies in Civil Corruption Trial Against Sheriff Laurie Smith

The first witness in the civil corruption trial against Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith testified Friday. → Read More

Evergreen School District Will Keep O.B. Whaley Elementary Open

A South Bay school that had been on track to close is getting a new lease on life. → Read More

San Jose Firefighters, Paramedics Struggle With Staffing Issues

San Jose firefighters and paramedics say they’re experiencing exhaustion due to state-wide staffing issues. → Read More

Potential Solution to Staffing Issues at San Jose Police Department

San Jose police have a potential new solution to staffing issues within the department. → Read More

Family Responds After Arrests Made in Shooting Death of SJ Safeway Worker

Family members are reacting after police made two arrests in the shooting death of a San Jose Safeway worker. → Read More

‘Bolder' Criminals Starting to Target Suburban Neighborhoods?

A man robbed of his watch outside his Redwood City home has police trying to figure out if it is part of a new trend. → Read More

Future Uncertain for Beloved Bookstore in San Jose's Willow Glen

The owner of one of the last remaining independent bookstores in the Bay Area is hanging it up. → Read More

Outside Lands Music Festival Returns to San Francisco's Golden Gate Park

The popular Outside Lands music festival returns to San Francisco this weekend, but this time it will largely look exactly as it did before the pandemic. → Read More

San Jose Resident Stops Apparent Arson Attempt

A San Jose man is being cheered by his neighbors for heading off what they think could have been a disaster. → Read More

Santa Clara County Sheriff Proposes Closing Morgan Hill, Palo Alto Courthouses

A staffing shortage in the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office could lead to the closing of two courthouses. → Read More

‘It's Coming Back': Business Is Booming Again for Small Bay Area Companies

It appears two years of struggling to stay open is finally starting to pay off for many Bay Area small businesses. → Read More

Landscape Businesses Feeling Impact as Gas Prices Rise

The pain at the pump is starting to have a snowball effect in California. → Read More

Push is On for Young Voters to Participate in Primary Elections

The California primary election is not until June 7, but the rush is already on to get people to the polls. → Read More