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Dan Noyes

ABC7 News

Northern California, CA, United States

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Recent articles by dan:

I-TEAM: VA hospital 'absolutely' failed veteran found dead behind San Francisco facility, vet's family claims

An investigation is underway after a San Francisco veteran's body was found in a ravine behind the VA Medical center a month after he went missing, but the sister of Abraham Siliezar already believes the Veterans Administration failed her brother. → Read More

Violence mars Trump rally in Sacramento, Proud Boys and Antifa face off

Just over 30% of Californians voted for President Trump in this election and hundreds of them rallied at the State Capitol on Saturday calling for a national recount. → Read More

San Jose code enforcement inspector charged with sexual assault, extortion of massage parlor owners

Former San Jose Code Enforcement Inspector Bill Gerry has been charged with sexual assault, asking for and receiving bribes, and extortion. → Read More

BLM activist accused of punching organizer of SF free speech rally, I-Team confirms

The ABC7 I-Team has confirmed that a Black Lives Matter activist is being held in the attack on a Black conservative who planned a free speech rally in San Francisco Saturday. → Read More

I-TEAM: Proud Boys pledge to return to San Francisco after weekend's free speech rally interrupted

A leader of the far-right extremist group blasted the organizer of last weekend's free speech rally for poor planning and pledged a full Proud Boys rally for San Francisco. → Read More

Suspect arrested after free speech rally organizer assaulted in San Francisco, officials say

SFPD officials have arrested 35-year-old Adora Anderson of Watsonville as the suspect who allegedly punched Philip Anderson before his free speech rally at the UN Plaza in San Francisco on Saturday. → Read More

Tensions rise after free speech rally turns violent in San Francisco

An event billed as a free speech rally turned violent Saturday. The rally billed as a protest against Twitter featured some well-known conservative personalities, but organizers were forced to cancel the event minutes after it started. → Read More

I-TEAM: Some San Mateo Co. voters receive multiple ballots, officials say it's 'not fraud'

A San Mateo County election official estimates that 1,200 voters in the county will get double or even triple ballots. Here's what to do if you receive more than one. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Video shows private firefighters being detained for setting possibly illegal backfires

Exclusive video from the ABC7 I-Team shows private firefighters detained by CHP and CAL Fire, now under investigation for possibly setting illegal backfires. → Read More

'I was afraid': Victim speaks exclusively to I-Team after SJ police officer charged with excessive force

A mother of three describes the fear she felt and the injuries she suffered, at the hands of a San Jose police officer, who now faces a criminal charge of excessive force. → Read More

Oakland Catholic Diocese launches racial justice task force after shocking accusation against bishop

The Catholic Diocese of Oakland has launched a racial justice task force, three months after a pastor made a shocking accusation about Bishop Michael Barber. → Read More

Wildfire impact: Water emergency for Tule Elk at Point Reyes, activists square off against U.S. Park Service

Exclusive video obtained by ABC7's I-Team shows activists sneaking in to provide water to Tule Elk, after half a dozen of the animals died during drought conditions. The water troughs were removed, fueling the feud between activists and the park service. → Read More

South Bay church holds indoor services as COVID-19 fines reach $100K, criminal charge possible

Fines are mounting against a Santa Clara Co. church that is holding indoor services, against repeated warnings from officials. Neighbors were concerned about the potential spread of COVID-19 so Dan Noyes went to North Valley Baptist to investigate. → Read More

ABC7 NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Dry wildfire conditions pose risk to CA's native Tule Elk found in Point Reyes

Their water source is diminishing and to make matters worse, if a fire starts in the reserve, the elk can't escape. They're penned in by a cattle guard and an eight-foot high fence that runs from Tomales Bay to the cliffs by the ocean. → Read More

Santa Clara County sheriff's captain among 4 indicted on felony bribery and conspiracy charges

A Santa Clara County Sheriff's captain, a gun parts manufacturer, and two local lawyers - one a prominent political backer - have been indicted by a grand jury on felony bribery and conspiracy charges. → Read More

California bill would require employers disclose coronavirus exposure, infection in workplace

The concept of the new measure is simple - if a coworker becomes infected, you should know about it, so you can take action to protect yourself and your loved ones. → Read More

Coronavirus crisis: Officials question if South Bay man deserved millions in PPP loans

The Small Business Administration says fraudulent claims for PPP loans are an issue. A South Bay man on their radar claims to have several businesses with 48 employees, and he received between $350,000 and a million dollars for each of those businesses. → Read More

Bay Area COVID-19 testing not equally accessible across races, data analysis shows

Our exclusive study shows where you live and how much money you make may determine the ease with which you get a COVID-19 test. But, there are exceptions here in the Bay Area. → Read More

What pushed accused cop killer Steven Carrillo over the edge? Former friend weighs in

The young man told us about his many conversations with Steven Carrillo, including right after the first of two shootings. He believes the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests, preceded by his wife's suicide, played a role in what happened. → Read More

Steven Carrillo pleads not guilty to murder of Oakland federal Ofc. Pat Underwood

Steven Carrillo, who is also charged with the ambush murder of a Santa Cruz County Sheriff's deputy, pleaded not guilty to the fatal shooting of a federal officer in Oakland. → Read More