Lisa Fernandez, FOX 10 Phoenix

Lisa Fernandez

FOX 10 Phoenix

Oakland, CA, United States

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Past articles by Lisa:

Man catches carp in flooded Watsonville road

The water was so high because of rains in Watsonville that a man caught a carp in the middle of the road. → Read More

All-women's Dublin prison rife with goose poop and asbestos: lawsuit

Nearly a dozen incarcerated women at the Federal Correctional Institute at Dublin have filed formal complaints that there is so much goose poop, mold and asbestos at the facility that they have trouble breathing, hearing and some are so grossed out, they can barely eat. → Read More

Family of Tongan man killed during Oakland police chase files wrongful death suit

The family of a bystander killed during an Oakland police chase has sued the department. → Read More

Half Moon Bay shooting: 'All evidence points to workplace violence'

The 67-year-old man arrested for killing seven farm workers and injuring an eighth was an employee at the mushroom farm where he once worked – and then fired off a hail of bullets – in a case where "all evidence points to workplace violence," according to the San Mateo County Sheriff. → Read More

President Biden pushes assault weapons ban following Half Moon Bay mass shooting

President Joe Biden on Tuesday said not only was he praying for those killed in the latest mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, but he has directed his administration to ensure the city that they have the “full support of the federal government in the wake of this heinous attack.” → Read More

Search for 5-year-old boy swept away in California flood waters turns up one Nike

Search crews will resume looking for Kyle Doan, 5, who was swept away in raging California floodwaters. → Read More

Capitola, Seacliff piers in Santa Cruz County torn apart in storm

Heavy rains and gusting winds ripped through piers in Santa Cruz County, the most visible damage along the coast. → Read More

San Francisco's Salesforce to lay off 10% of employees, close some offices

Salesforce said it's laying off about 10% of its employees and closing some offices, as the company hired too many during the pandemic when things were looking good. → Read More

Northern California earthquake leaves 2 dead, buckles road, causes damage and injury

A magnitude 6.4 earthquake rocked the Northern California coast early Tuesday morning, left two people dead, caused gas leaks, shattered glass, left thousands without power, one buckled highway and jittery residents living through dozens of aftershocks. → Read More

Former FCI Dublin prison warden categorically denies any sexual abuse during trial

For the first time since his arrest last fall on charges that he sexually abused three women incarcerated at FCI Dublin, former warden Ray. J. Garcia took the stand on Thursday, categorically denying that he had any inappropriate or untoward contact with anyone in his care. → Read More

Federal prison director conducts 'cultural assessment' of FCI Dublin

The new BOP director promised to make changes at FCI Dublin, where five officers have been charged with sex crimes and incarcerated women and whistleblowers report being retaliated against for reporting any wrongdoing. → Read More

'This is rape:' Judge sentences Dublin prison chaplain to 7 years for sex abuses

A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a former Dublin prison chaplain to seven years behind bars, calling his crimes "unspeakable" and dismissing his defense team's pleas to be lenient because he suffered PTSD as an Army veteran who suffered from "impulse control." → Read More

Women say Dublin prison chaplain used Bible, God to manipulate them to have sex

Six women detail how former Dublin prison chaplain James Highhouse offered his office as a sex den and used Bible stories to manipulate them into having sex. → Read More

Professional rock climber charged with sex assaults at Yosemite National Park

A grand jury indicted Charles Barrett who they allege engaged in sexual contact with someone identified as K.G. without her permission over two consecutive days in August 2016. → Read More

Formerly incarcerated California couple weds; bond strengthened over hunger strikes

Dolores Canales and Jack Morris were both in prison for decades. Their love intensified over hunger strikes challenging California's use of solitary confinement. Now, the two won't ever be alone again. → Read More

California man who served 25 years poised to be deported to Cambodia

Phoeun You, who served a 25-year-sentence at San Quentin, is now slated to be deported back to Cambodia, despite the pleas of activists who say he has changed his life for the better. → Read More

Family of Oakland men who drowned saving nephew hope to send bodies to Guatemala

The family and friends of the three immigrant men who drowned while rescuing a nephew from the delta in Sacramento are hoping to send their bodies back to their native Guatemala. → Read More

Joey Chestnut regrets putting Berkeley protester in chokehold at hot dog contest

Joey Chestnut said he feels bad about putting an animal rights protester from Berkeley into a brief chokehold during the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest over the Fourth of July weekend, which was captured in a viral video. → Read More

Music superstar Carlos Santana says he was dehydrated before stage collapse

Music superstar Carlos Santana told his fans that collapsed on stage in Michigan because he forgot to eat and drink water, causing him to get dehydrated and pass out. → Read More

Mountain lion weak and anemic after being rescued from Pescadero High classroom

A young mountain lion who hunkered down in an English classroom at Pescadero High School for hours is recovering but is still weak and anemic. → Read More