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Is Betty Yu San Francisco dead? KPIX CBS5 Reporter Death rumors

Betty Yu San Francisco

On December 11, 2022, a death hoax that claimed Betty Yu, a well-known KPIX CBS5 Reporter, had died, started to circulate online.

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Many social media users were cautious to trust the article since the news came from a dubious source. However, this rumor proved unfounded.

Is Betty Yu San Francisco dead?

Betty Yu is still alive? We couldn’t find any online news reports or other notifications that would have indicated her demise.
In November 2013, Betty Yu started working at KPIX 5 as a general assignment reporter.

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She spent two years in Miami working as a reporter for the NBC-owned station WTVJ before relocating to San Francisco.

Prior to that, she worked for four years as an anchor and reporter for the 24-hour cable news show News 12 The Bronx and Brooklyn.

She covered a wide range of subjects, such as crime, politics, sports, and severe weather in New York City.

The New York Press Club honored Betty in 2012 for her work as the anchor of the “Best Single Newscast.” Betty was up in the Bay Area and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with degrees in speech and political science.

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She also received a Master of Science in journalism from Columbia University.
A television station with its license in San Francisco, California, in the United States is KPIX-TV, sometimes referred to as channel 5. It serves as the San Francisco Bay Area’s source for the CBS network.

It is owned and run by the CBS News and Stations division of the CBS television network, along with the CW affiliate KBCW (channel 44), which is also licensed to San Francisco.

The studios for both stations are shared and are situated in the Financial District of San Francisco, at Broadway and Battery Street.

In the same building as KPIX are the radio stations KCBS, KFRC-FM, KITS, KLLC, KRBQ, and KZDG, which were once co-owned.

However, Battery Street has a different address number for each of these stations (865 as opposed to 855).

Northern California’s first television station, KPIX, went on the air on December 22, 1948.

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