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.
The garage is the newest addition to the city’s parking supply. The cost will be $3 an hour.
The bill will go back to the senate for a confirmation vote but in regular session it passed.
Near the home that burned on Ashcroft Avenue is a pile of debris. It’s the remains from a trailer that burned just six days before Monday morning’s fire.
There was a vigil at Sac City College on Friday where friends of victim, 25-year-old Roman Gonzalez, say he was a father of two and had finally decided to start higher education and better his life.
The man was burning alive inside a pickup which was somehow stuck on the train tracks and was unable to get out.
The CHP says it doesn’t know what caused the driver of a Ford Fusion to cross into oncoming traffic, but two men kept the death toll down.
Passionate arguments came from both sides as the Assembly Health Committee voted 10-2 to advance the legislation.
Sheriff’s investigators say they got a tip about Adderall possibly being misused. A 17-year-old at the school was arrested for supplying drugs to minors
With Gonzalez narrating the entire time, the two men claim they’re on their way to take care of a man who may be with one of their girlfriends.
“There is no checklist, there is no profile of the person that will come back and do this, what there is however is a very clear pattern of behaviors leading up to it,” he said.
Security expert and active-shooter scenario trainer Hector Alvarez says the three men’s reaction was amazing, because many people simply freeze.
Sacramento State president Robert Nelsen said the campus is overwhelmed learning Anthony Sadler is set to return to school this year, a kinesiology senior but also a hometown hero.