Derek Shore is an Arizona native with a lifelong passion for news. Originally from Tucson, he attended the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University. He has served as a producer and assignment editor at KTVK in Phoenix and a morning and noon anchor in Bryan, Texas.
Most recently, Derek spent two years as a reporter at KFOX in El Paso, Texas covering the ongoing Mexican drug war. He was often called upon to report nationally for Fox News Channel and other local affiliates. His reporting on consumer complaints also lead to the arrest of two different business owners on charges of deceptive business practices.
Derek has a great family to support him living in Tucson. He credits his ability to thrive to a wonderful upbringing by his parents, Bonnie and Joe.
Joseph Sturdivan said after discovering a long, flat, grey creature swimming on the banks of the American River at Discovery Park and saved it.
A bottle of Ethos water shows a map of the world on its label, but it turns out the water didn’t make a long trip to get to a Midtown Sacramento Starbucks. It was pumped out of Placer County and bottled in Merced.
State lawmakers gave the department $24 million in 2013 after officials said the money would let them act within three years to take the guns from nearly 20,000 people who are not allowed to have them. They approved the funds as they considered dozens of gun control measures after a series of mass shootings including the Newtown, Connecticut, school massacre.
A suspected pot grower is dead after a state game warden says he was forced to fire in the Stones Lake Wildlife Refuge.
The State Water Resources Control Board gave the city of Sacramento a 28 percent reduction mandate, something the city it says it should have no problem reaching. That’s because the city has already been proactive and ramping up enforcement.
Local students are left scrambling after Heald Colleges across California closed their doors with little notice.
The city is looking at a range of possibilities, including removing a lane of traffic and possibly adding medians, street parking or bike lanes. That would make Broadway more cozy than highway.
A shocking attack left a woman dead after she got out of her car to check on a man in the street, leaving her fiancee to plan her funeral instead of their wedding.
Senate Bill 277 passed on a 7-2 vote in the same committee where it stalled in last week. Amendments were made to solidify the rules apply to children in traditional schools.
The Guzman family says they were treated like criminals instead of worried parents after their son became the center of an Amber Alert. They’re happy to have their son home, but they’re saying police made a terrible situation worse.
Assemblyman Mark Stone’s legislation would do away with nearly all group homes, a step he says child welfare officials believe is the best approach.
Friends of a Midtown scooter shop owner who was found dead in a home invasion say he put his heart and soul into the shop. Dan Aiello, 53, was found dead in his Midtown Moped Shop early on Wednesday morning. Aiello lived just above the shop.