Chris Nguyen, ABC7 News

Chris Nguyen

ABC7 News

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Chris:

Cooking course at San Jose State University teaches football players kitchen skills, nutrition tips

CHOP: 'Cooking Healthy for Optimal Performance' is a new program that teaches student athletes how to mix, bake, and saute hearty recipes to fuel their workouts and recovery. → Read More

South Bay lawmaker proposes stiffer penalties for auto burglaries

With cities across the Bay Area seeing a rise in car burglaries, a South Bay state assemblymember is calling for tougher penalties against those who are committing the crimes. → Read More

Arrest made in Mountain View cold case rape from 2004

After 16 years of working to find a rapist, police in Mountain View can now say they are one step closer to delivering justice for a sexual assault survivor after a DNA match led them to an out-of-state suspect. → Read More

Reward offered for beloved French bulldog stolen from San Jose salon

"Take good care of my dog. If you cannot... give it back to me, please," said Salon 52 owner Ann Nguyen. Nguyen was cutting a client's hair when a man she didn't recognize came into the shop and snatched Hachi, her beloved Frenchie, and ran out the door. → Read More

San Jose launching $6.8M plan to reduce traffic-related deaths

The Bay Area's largest city has launched a new plan aimed at reducing the rising amount of traffic-related deaths. Nearly $6.8 million will be allocated for its Vision Zero initiative over the next 2 years. → Read More

Tesla's Autopilot feature questioned in deadly South Bay crash, NTSB report says

According to the NTSB, an Autopilot-activated Tesla vehicle that slammed into a Highway 101 safety barrier in Mountain View in March 2018, had steered toward the same spot near the Highway 85 interchange on multiple occasions. → Read More

San Jose State University holds 'topping out' event for new science building

'THIS IS GOING TO CHANGE HOW WE TEACH': The eight-story, $181 million building will house chemistry and biology teaching and research labs, as well as a center for high-performance computing and a data science information lab. → Read More

Coronavirus cancels vacation, Bay Area family now in self-quarantine

FEAR OF EXPOSURE: After flying from the Bay to Southeast Asia they learned about the coronavirus and suddenly had a tough call to make - Either board the ship for a two-week excursion that was scheduled to dock in multiple Asian countries, or return home to the United States. → Read More

49ers cornerback to debut show called 'Adulting with Richard Sherman'

49ers cornerback Richard Sherman is the team's nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award, and now, he's launching a new initiative to help young adults with financial literacy. → Read More

Lineup announced for March's Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose and Redwood City

In Silicon Valley, the organizers behind one of America's most popular film festivals have unveiled their programming lineup, which includes a focus on some of the biggest issues facing our community. → Read More

Campbell City Council to vote on proposed Chick-fil-A; residents concerned about location

City councilmembers in the South Bay are expected to vote on whether to allow Chick-fil-A to set up shop. However, some neighbors are concerned about the proposal and say the popular fast-food chain doesn't belong there. → Read More

49ers fans stock up on new apparel for Super Bowl 2020 in Miami

San Francisco 49ers fans gathered in force at Levi's Stadium on Monday to pick up new apparel, following the team's dominating performance over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game. → Read More

San Jose Police Department sees recruitment success

While cities in the Bay Area struggle to recruit and retain police officers, the San Jose Police Department is finding success. → Read More

49ers players spend afternoon connecting with South Bay students before NFC Championship game

49ers players took a break from preparing for the NFC Championship game against the Packers to spend some time connecting with some South Bay students. → Read More

South Bay businesses benefiting from 49ers post-season success

Niners fans are gearing up for this weekend's matchup between the 49ers and the Packers. The hot sellers right now at the 49ers store at Levi's Stadium are jerseys belonging to Garoppolo, Kittle, and Bosa. → Read More

49er Faithful prepare for Sunday night game against Seattle Seahawks

As the San Francisco 49ers prepare for their final game of the regular season against the Seattle Seahawks, members of the faithful can hardly contain their excitement. → Read More

Big changes coming to Valley Transportation Authority bus routes in South Bay

The Valley Transportation Authority will usher in a new era of bus and light rail service, beginning Saturday, with its biggest service changes in more than a decade. → Read More

Bombs found at home near Oak Grove High School in San Jose

"We hear all these blasts, so we take off and run upstairs." Police have arrested a San Jose man as part of an investigation into a pipe bomb found at Oak Grove High School earlier this week. → Read More

Fremont city leaders vote unanimously to approve homeless navigation center behind city hall

After months of debate in the community, the Fremont City Council has voted to unanimously on a homeless navigation center to be built behind City Hall. → Read More

Chanel Miller goes public as Brock Turner's sex assault victim

The woman who was sexually assaulted while unconscious outside a Stanford fraternity in 2015 is releasing a book and making her name public for the first time. → Read More