Dan Noyes, ABC7 News

Dan Noyes

ABC7 News

Northern California, CA, United States

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  • Houston News
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • ABC30 Fresno
  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
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Recent articles by dan:

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Bay Area mother of Gabriel Natale, 2nd suspect in Italian officer death, breaks silence

EXCLUSIVE: A Marin County mother is breaking her silence about her son, one of two young men from the Bay Area facing charges in the death of an Italian police officer last summer. Here's what she had to say. → Read More

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Parents of Finnegan Elder, Bay Area suspect in Italian officer death, give 1st interview

"He was choking him and pinning him down. Finnegan thought he was in mortal danger." With his trial set to start next week, Finn Elder's parents are breaking their silence in an exclusive interview with the I-Team's Dan Noyes. → Read More

Rome Officer Killing: Leaked video shows defendant Gabe Natale blindfolded during questioning

A video of the Rome police officer stabbing defendant Gabe Natale being blindfolded and interrogated leaked this morning to an Italian paper and the ABC7 I-Team. → Read More

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Bay Area man says son suspected in Rome officer killing roughed up during questioning

The father of a San Francisco man held for stabbing an Italian police officer says police roughed up his son after his arrest. Finnegan Elder, 19, and Mill Valley resident Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, 19, are accused of killing Carabinieri Mario Cerciello Rega. → Read More

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Parents of SF defendant in Italian police officer's death discuss strategy with I-Team

What will be the defense strategy for the young man from San Francisco, arrested for the stabbing death of an Italian police officer last summer? His parents are opening up to the I-Team's Dan Noyes. → Read More

Italian police charged for blindfolding Marin County suspect

The shocking photo leaked from a police station in Rome shows an 18-year-old from Marin County handcuffed and blindfolded before his interrogation about the death of an Italian police officer this past summer. → Read More

Racial tensions at elite San Francisco prep school

The ABC7 I-Team is helping to bring some positive change to an elite prep school in San Francisco that has been rocked by racial tensions. One basketball coach has quit the school and students of color are on edge. → Read More

Tesla worker injuries higher than traditional automakers

Jobs are so important to Building A Better Bay Area, and in Fremont, one major employer is Tesla. The company has been grappling with how to improve worker safety at the factory; its injury rates have been worse than at traditional automakers. → Read More

PG&E slow to remove trees it deemed dangerous in Calistoga, homeowner says

After last month's blackouts and wildfires, PG&E has been facing questions about how it maintains its power lines. On Friday night, a case study from the Napa Valley. → Read More

PG&E CEO addresses customers who can't restock food spoiled during outage

"We didn't burn down any houses... one of the things we did was give them the opportunity to actually refill their refrigerator 'cause their house is still there," said PG&E CEO Bill Johnson. → Read More

I-TEAM: History of PG&E's power problems

The latest rounds of planned power outages come after decades of problems for Pacific Gas and Electric. The utility has struggled since state lawmakers deregulated the energy producers in 1996. → Read More

Kincade Fire: CPUC steps up action on PG&E's planned outages

PG&E has revealed in court documents how easily its power lines can be brought down, sparking a major wildfire, even just a bird hitting a line can start a blaze. Now the CPUC is stepping up action on the utility for turning off the lights. → Read More

I-Team questions California Governor Gavin Newsom about PG&E blackouts

The governor sent a letter to the head of PG&E. It's deeply critical of the last, huge blackout two weeks ago, and he is demanding the company make improvements now. Newsom told me this can't be a 10-year process, the way PG&E has described it. → Read More

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Illegal marijuana grow destroys Northern California couple's rental home

A Northern California couple's rental property has been seriously damaged by a black market marijuana grow. The tenant is on the run, while police investigate. KGO I-Team reporter Dan Noyes gives us an exclusive look inside the home. → Read More

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Illegal marijuana grow destroys Northern California couple's rental home

A Northern California couple's rental property has been seriously damaged by a black market marijuana grow. The tenant is on the run, while police investigate. KGO I-Team reporter Dan Noyes gives us an exclusive look inside the home. → Read More

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Illegal marijuana grow destroys Northern California couple's rental home

A Northern California couple's rental property has been seriously damaged by a black market marijuana grow. The tenant is on the run, while police investigate. KGO I-Team reporter Dan Noyes gives us an exclusive look inside the home. → Read More

PG&E Power Outage: Angry reaction to possibility of more blackouts in Bay Area, Northern California this week

Another possible round of blackouts is drawing angry reaction from ratepayers and new calls for oversight of PG&E. → Read More

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: Illegal marijuana grow destroys Fremont couple's rental home

A Fremont couple's rental property has been seriously damaged by a black market marijuana grow. The tenant is on the run, while police investigate. I-Team reporter Dan Noyes gives us an exclusive look inside the home. → Read More

Top PG&E officials face criticism from state utility regulators at emergency hearing over blackouts

PG&E received some serious criticism from state regulators at an emergency hearing about last week's unprecedented blackouts. Top officials from the utility testified that the power outages were necessary for public safety, but admitted mistakes in many areas. → Read More

Governor blasts PG&E over blackouts, saying it should follow San Diego's lead

California Governor Gavin Newsom kept the pressure on PG&E at a climate conference in San Francisco, saying the utility might be too big to survive and calling for more competition. → Read More