Lisa Fernandez, FOX 5 DC

Lisa Fernandez

FOX 5 DC

Oakland, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Lisa:

BART train drags woman to death as she's tethered to dog

A BART passenger was dragged and killed by a train departing the Powell Street station as she was on the platform but her leashed dog remained inside the car, authorities said Tuesday. → Read More

VISION Act to amend California's sanctuary law put on hold

A California bill that would have closed some loopholes in the state's sanctuary law has been put on hold. → Read More

Family of prison officer who died of the coronavirus sues San Quentin

The 55-year-old Sgt. Gilbert Polanco, who was also was a U.S. Army veteran, was the first employee to die from the virus at San Quentin. → Read More

A look at 3 California wildfires: Dixie, Caldor, Cache

Firefighters are battling 15 blazes in California right now, and here's a look at three of them: The Cache Fire, the Caldor Fire and the Dixie Fire. → Read More

San Francisco becomes 1st major city to require full vaccination at restaurants, gyms

San Francisco will become the first major U.S. city to require full vaccination for patrons at indoor establishments like restaurants, cafes, bars, and gyms. → Read More

Arnold Schwarzenegger says anyone who doesn't get vaccinated is a schmuck

The Terminator doesn't mince words. Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says anyone who doesn't get vaccinated is a schmuck. → Read More

Arnold Schwarzenegger says anyone who doesn't wear a mask is a schmuck

The Terminator doesn't mince words. Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger chewed out people who won't get vaccinated and said anyone who won't wear a mask is a schmuck. → Read More

Dixie Fire largest single California wildfire in state history

The Dixie Fire raging in the Sierra Nevada now has the notorious distinction of being California's largest wildfire in state history. → Read More

California expands health care coverage to those 50 and older, including for undocumented

With a Central Valley health clinic as his backdrop, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a bill into law that will now give health care coverage for low-income people age 50 and older, including those who are living in the country without the proper documentation. → Read More

Alameda County sheriff sergeant being investigated after he played Taylor Swift while being recorded

The sergeant replies: "You can record all you want, I just know it can’t be posted to YouTube." → Read More

Alameda County sheriff sergeant being investigated after sergeant plays Taylor Swift while being recorded

The sergeant replies: "You can record all you want, I just know it can’t be posted to YouTube." → Read More

Two vaccine lottery winners forfeit $50K, California officials move on to find alternates

Two vaccinated California residents who won $50,000 in a state lottery never came forward and therefore, forfeited a $50,000 prize, state health officials said, prompting them to seek a new pair of winners. → Read More

California's AG likely to appeal judge's overturning of state assault weapons ban

It is clear the state's top leaders were not happy with U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez's ruling that the state’s definition of illegal military-style rifles unlawfully deprives law-abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the U.S. Supreme Court. → Read More

California's AG appeals judge's overturning of state assault weapons ban

It is clear the state's top leaders were not happy with U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez's ruling that the state’s definition of illegal military-style rifles unlawfully deprives law-abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the U.S. Supreme Court. → Read More

PHOTOS: California man 'inexplicably' climbs into farm equipment, gets stuck for two days

A man "inexplicably" had decided to climb into the shaft of a California vineyard fan and became completely stuck inside. For two days. → Read More

Inspector General say guards conducted biased investigation into mask wearing at NorCal prison

The Office of Inspector General found that guards at one Northern California prison, which they wouldn't name, "conducted a woefully inadequate and biased inquiry and made incorrect findings," after an incarcerated person complained about 20 times that he saw various guards not wearing masks. → Read More

Surveillance video shows moments before VTA gunman left before shooting massacre

Surveillance video obtained by KTVU shows the moment 57-year-old Sam Cassidy left his San Jose home before storming into a work meeting at the VTA light rail yard and killed nine co-workers before killing himself. → Read More

Who was Mario Gonzalez? Man who died in police custody had lost job during pandemic

Mario Gonzalez lost his job just before the coronavirus pandemic took hold more than a year ago, and like countless others in the country, hadn't been able to find work. His mother recounts what a sweet, gentle man he was before he died in police custody last month. → Read More

Body cam video shows Alameda officer's knee on Mario Gonzalez's neck before death, family says

The family of a man who died during some sort of "scuffle" with Alameda police is contradicting the official narrative of how he died after a private viewing of a body camera video in the last moments of his life. → Read More

Body cam video shows Alameda officer kneeling on Mario Gonzalez before death

The family of a man who died during some sort of "scuffle" with Alameda police is contradicting the official narrative of how he died after a private viewing of a body camera video in the last moments of his life. → Read More