Liz Kreutz, ABC7 News

Liz Kreutz

ABC7 News

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Liz:

Mile-long RV encampment in Marin Co. symbolizes growing housing crisis in Bay Area

"These are our neighbors": Driving through Novato, it's hard to miss. Nestled between Highway 101 and a wildlife sanctuary is Binford Road. → Read More

Family, friends of Bay Area native Darrion Trammell celebrate as he advances to NCAA Final Four

San Diego State has advanced to the men's NCAA Final Four for the first time ever and that's in large part thanks to Marin City native and St. Ignatius alum Darrion Trammell. → Read More

SF supervisor calls for all downtown buildings to be inspected after windows shatter at 5 high-rises

There are questions now about how and why this happened -- and what's being done to prevent it from happening again. → Read More

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis coming to California as new poll shows him leading Trump

Although DeSantis has not announced his run for president, political experts say the visit is yet another sign he is testing the waters about a likely campaign. → Read More

Long COVID patients feel isolated, concerned as SF public health emergency comes to an end

One week from today, San Francisco's COVID-19 public health emergency order is coming to an end. It's the same day California's COVID-19 state of emergency is expiring. → Read More

California's assault weapons ban could soon be overturned: Here's what that means

Advocates on both sides of the gun debate issue say they expect the judge, who is known for ruling against California's gun control laws, will decide to strike down the three-decades long law. → Read More

Video shows bat-wielding auto shop employee attacking, threatening NorCal street vendor

An auto shop worker is in jail, accused of attacking a street vendor in an incident that was caught on video in Northern California. → Read More

Video shows bat-wielding auto shop employee attacking, threatening San Jose street vendor

A video taken by the victim and shared on TikTok shows the employee carrying a bat while demanding the street vendor employee to leave the area. → Read More

Rep. Adam Schiff discusses Senate run, criminal justice reform, Bay Area ties

Asked how Schiff is different from the rest of the field, he described himself as the experienced candidate who will get things done. → Read More

Gov. Newsom backs bill to place limits on where people can carry a gun in public

Most notably, the bill would set limits on where people can carry a firearm. Lawmakers want to create so-called "sensitive sites" where, unless a private owner chose otherwise, guns would be off limits. → Read More

SF is about to start issuing a lot more concealed carry permits; here's what that means

According to officials, San Francisco is also the first county in the Bay Area that is requiring concealed carry applicants to pass a psychological exam in order to be approved. → Read More

Storms may have sent millions of gallons of wastewater into SF Bay, residents advised to 'stay out'

A spokesperson for East Bay MUD says during the NYE storms its plant processed 650 million gallons of water but that 13 million gallons of untreated water may have made it into the San Francisco Bay. → Read More

Stuck with a fallen tree? This Bay Area company wants to turn it into furniture

A second life for downed trees: This Bay Area company repurposes fallen trees, using the wood to make unique pieces of art and furniture. → Read More

Community comes together as it grapples with toll of devastating Humboldt Co. earthquake

Walking through CC Market & Deli, owner Gurpreet Singh says the cleanup following the 6.4 earthquake that rattled Humboldt County early Tuesday morning is overwhelming. → Read More

Homelessness count rises in California despite staying steady nationwide, report finds

Since 2020, homelessness in California is up 6.2%. On any given night, the data showed half of all unsheltered homeless people in the country are in the Golden State. → Read More

North Bay firefighters warn of potential mudslides near burn scars ahead of Bay Area storm

Preparations are underway ahead of Thursday's storm, as firefighters say there's an increased risk of mudslides and debris flow in areas around the 2020 Glass Fire burn scars. → Read More

To these Bay Area Iranian soccer fans in Qatar, US-Iran's World Cup game goes beyond the pitch

"We are under pretty extreme surveillance at this point. We've had people following us." Despite being harassed and followed, these Bay Area Iranian soccer fans plan to continue to protest Iran during the World Cup and amplify the voices of those silenced. → Read More

Inflation: How much will your Thanksgiving meal cost in the Bay Area?

It's no surprise to any of us that this year our Thanksgiving meal is going to be more expensive, especially thanks to inflation and living in the Bay Area. We calculate the cost. → Read More

Life after Theranos: What 130 personal letters to sentencing judge reveal about Elizabeth Holmes

From her "wolf" dog being killed by a mountain lion to confirming she is pregnant with her second child, new court documents provide a fascinating look into Elizabeth Holmes' life after Theranos. → Read More

'On knife's edge': Control of House could come down to CA, but path narrows for Democrats

With the race for control of the House of Representatives now down to the wire, all eyes are looking towards California. → Read More