Derek Shore

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.

Twitter: @derekshore
Derek Shore

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.

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Detective: Baby Justice’s Mother Possibly Coming Down From Meth Binge When Infant Disappeared

Samantha Green was crying at times as she listened to recordings of herself speaking to police. Police described the bizarre story she told, some of which they believed was the result of drugs.


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Man Accused In Sacramento County Homeless Killing Linked To Another Transient Shooting

The accused gunman, 28-year-old Christopher Michael Franklin, is said to be a veteran of the armed forces and is not homeless.


Karen Mathews Davis speaks to CBS13's Steve Large (Credit: CBS13)

Former Official’s Confession Casts Doubt On Allegations That Led To Her Alleged Attacker’s Conviction

A former local congressional candidate made a shocking confession exclusively to CBS13 this week. Former Stanislaus County clerk-recorder and congressional candidate Karen Mathews Davis admitted she lied to the feds about fake death threats she actually sent herself.


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Florin High Brawl That Injured Principal Has Parents Concerned

The video of the brawl that led to Principal Don Ross being thrown down by a student has parents wondering about the safety of their children.


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Sacramento Approves $12.50 Minimum Wage By 2020, So What’s Next?

For those that run businesses like Jim Relles of Relles Florist, it’s a tale of two cities, or in this case jurisdictions.


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Interstate 80, San Francisco Contribute To Placer County’s Poor Air Quality

A recent report shows most of Placer County is failing to reach state air quality standards.



Sexual Assault Raises Safety Concerns In Davis

The most recent assault happened at Community Park after the victim left Bistro 33. The UC Davis student was allegedly gang raped after a night out in Downtown Davis.



Murder Sentencing Delayed After Questions Arise Over Juror’s Tweets

Ryan Roberts’ attorney is concerned her client may not have gotten a fair trial based on what the jury foreperson posted to a private Twitter account.


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Sacramento Warning Residents To Check Trees Ahead Of Potentially Wet Winter

Sacramento city forester Joe Benassini says the pre-emptive maintenance could be critical in what may be a very wet next few months.



CSU Faculty Casting Ballots On Decision To Authorize Strike For 23 Campuses

Local faculty association president says CSU faculty are sticking to their guns, demanding a 5 percent raise, or nearly 26,000 educators could walk off the job.



Doctor Warns Sexual Performance Aids Should Come From Professional, Not Gas Stations

They have names like Super Hard, King of Romance, Black Panther, and even Herb Viagra. Some can be bought at gas stations, while others can be bought online.



Yuba City Water District Working To Reduce Bacteria In Wastewater Following Fine

Yuba City water officials admit they were not in compliance with state standards for their water discharge, but they say they do not believe they are having any effect on the Feather River.




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