Alyssa Goard, NBC Bay Area

Alyssa Goard

NBC Bay Area

San Jose, CA, United States

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Past:
  • NBC Los Angeles
  • KXAN News
  • TexomasHomepage
  • CBS 42
  • WFLA NEWS
  • KRON 4 News
  • NBC4 Columbus

Recent articles by Alyssa:

Bay Area Ukrainians Urge Americans to Continue Offering Support for Ukraine

As Russia announces an exit from Kherson, the safety of many loved ones and relief efforts hang in the balance. → Read More

Alta Bates Berkeley, Oakland Nurses to Strike for 5 Days

As many as 1,800 East Bay nurses could strike starting Monday morning, the California Nurses Association says. → Read More

SJSU Community Remembers Football Player Fatally Struck by School Bus

Students, faculty and fellow teammates are mourning the loss of a San Jose State University running back, who was hit and killed by a school bus Friday morning. → Read More

Dozens Gather in Vigil for Man Killed in San Lorenzo Road Rage Incident

Dozens of friends and community members gathered in San Lorenzo Sunday to mourn Rienheart Asuncion who had been killed in a road rage incident the week prior. → Read More

3 Kids Still Hospitalized Following Antioch Collision

Three children are still in the hospital after a collision in a neighborhood in Antioch on Friday. → Read More

San Jose Boba Shop Broken Into 5 Times Since Start of 2021

Milk Tea Lab on Branham Lane in San Jose has been broken into five times since the start of last year. → Read More

CEO Arrested in 1992 Strangulation Death of Woman in Mountain View

Advances in forensic science technology led to the arrest last weekend of a Bay Area executive suspected of strangling a woman to death 30 years ago in Mountain View, authorities said. → Read More

Bay Area COVID-19 Hospitalization Numbers Rising But Manageable

COVID-19 hospitalizations in the Bay Area are rising, but they are still manageable, health officials say. → Read More

Alameda County Mask Mandate Was Reasonable Decision, Health Expert Says

Alameda County health leaders have been watching COVID-19 cases closely. → Read More

California's Great America to Close in 10 Years

California’s Great America in Santa Clara now has an expiration date. → Read More

Bay Area Woman Designs Shirts for Ukraine Aid

As the third month of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, Ukrainians here in the U.S. are still finding new ways to raise awareness. → Read More

Livermore Winery's Move to Ban Kids on Weekends Sparks Debate for Parents

Concannon Vineyard in Livermore is opting to only allow guests 21 and up on the weekends starting May 14. → Read More

Misperceptions About Bay Area Caviar Shop's Name Spur Anti-Russian Messages

A Bay Area Caviar Company says its getting hateful comments, letters over inaccurate assumptions about its name. → Read More

Bay Area Transit Riders Adjust to Changing Federal Transit Mask Rules

Transit agencies continue to try and sort out how to proceed after a federal district judge overturned the nationwide mask mandate on public transit earlier this week. Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced it has now filed a formal appeal to that ruling at the request of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. → Read More

Bay Area Paralympian's Stolen Gold Medals Recovered: Police

A backpack and three gold medals that were stolen from a Bay Area native and three-time Paralympian’s car Saturday in San Antonio, Texas have been recovered, according to police. → Read More

What Masks Should Kids Be Wearing Now? Here's What Experts Say

With the omicron variant spreading, experts weigh in on the best masks to protect your kids. → Read More

Bay Area Residents Searching for COVID-19 Tests Face Wait Times and Shortages

Many Bay Area residents searching for COVID-19 tests find wait times, long lines, and shortages. → Read More

Bay Area COVID-19 Testing Sites Busy Amid Holidays, Omicron

In the week between Christmas and New Year’s, expect to see long lines of people waiting to get tested for COVID-19. → Read More

Bay Area Stores Packed With Last-Minute Holiday Shoppers

Stores in downtown Walnut Creek were bustling Friday with people finishing up their last-minute holiday shopping. → Read More

Passengers Scramble as Southwest Airlines Flight Cancellations, Delays Continue

Passengers across the country are left scrambling as Southwest Airlines continues to see flights delayed and canceled across the country Sunday. → Read More