Eric Ting, KSBW Action News 8

Eric Ting

KSBW Action News 8

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • KSBW Action News 8
  • Inside Scoop SF
Past:
  • kcranews
  • wbaltv.com
  • WCVB-TV Boston
  • wdsu
  • WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
  • WMUR TV
  • KOCO-5 Oklahoma City
  • MyNBC5 (WPTZ)
  • WLWT.com
  • KMBC
  • and more…

Recent articles by Eric:

San Francisco officials confirm 10-month-old baby was exposed to fentanyl

San Francisco officials confirmed Thursday morning that a 10-month-old male was exposed to fentanyl Wednesday, but they have not yet confirmed the drug was the cause of the medical emergency, nor that the exposure happened at the park where emergency responders treated the child. → Read More

San Francisco officials confirm baby was exposed to fentanyl

San Francisco officials confirmed a 10-month-old baby was exposed to fentanyl, but could not confirm the drug was the cause of the medical emergency. → Read More

Kevin McCarthy may be getting desperate

McCarthy is clearly feeling the squeeze from his caucus's right flank. → Read More

Swalwell, Schiff mock McCarthy over threat

Both lawmakers brushed off the threat and taunted McCarthy. → Read More

'After School Satan Club' causes a stir at California elementary school

An "After School Satan Club" at a California elementary school is drawing community outrage. That's largely the point. → Read More

49ers-backed candidate loses despite 8-1 fundraising advantage

The 49ers spent $2.5 million on Santa Clara's mayoral race in the hopes that City Councilmember Anthony Becker would unseat incumbent Mayor Lisa Gillmor. → Read More

Reporter witnesses, details Dianne Feinstein memory lapse

It's not the first time Insider's congressional reporters have detailed witnessing a Feinstein memory lapse. → Read More

SF is only Bay Area county to defy Newsom, vote for Prop. 30

San Francisco is a pretty dramatic outlier when compared with the rest of its Bay Area counterparts. → Read More

California ballot proposition results

There are no close races in California's slate of propositions. → Read More

Kevin McCarthy may be in for a bad time in House speaker bid

It's fair to say that Kevin McCarthy's path to obtaining the speakership may be a tortuous one. → Read More

Trump reportedly 'livid,' 'screaming' over midterm results

Former President Donald Trump is reportedly "livid," "furious" and "screaming at... → Read More

California election results: Where races that could decide House control stand

Here's a list of where things stand in the the most-high profile California House contests. → Read More

California election: Newsom stands by criticism of Democrats

Newsom responded to comments made by Amy Klobuchar over the weekend. → Read More

California's statewide elections will be a snoozefest, poll says

California's statewide elections offer little intrigue this year, a new poll from the Institute of Governmental Studies at the University of California, Berkeley found. → Read More

SF DA Brooke Jenkins suggests more leaks are possible

Jenkins raised the possibility more emails could be released. → Read More

Brian Dahle is a more serious candidate than Newsom's past foes. It isn't mattering.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is almost assuredly going to get reelected next week. The main question is: by how much? → Read More

Newsom is facing his toughest foe. It isn't mattering.

The lopsided margin of the failed Newsom recall has dissuaded GOP donors from investing in the campaign of Newsom's opponent, state Sen. Brian Dahle. → Read More

Congressman tweets, deletes conspiracy theory mocking Pelosi

Louisiana Rep. Clay Higgins tweeted a picture of Nancy Pelosi and left a caption mocking the family over the attack. → Read More

Gavin Newsom is king of California, poll says

Brian Dahle is running into a brick wall against Gavin Newsom, a new poll says. → Read More

Calif. Dems prominently featured in Ukraine letter drama

Five California Democrats signed onto the letter, and two have since publicly broken ranks. → Read More