Dan Noyes | ABC7 KGO News Team
Dan Noyes is the chief investigative reporter for the ABC7 News I-Team in San Francisco. He has received many industry awards, including 15 Emmys.

He worked for CNN, ABC News in Washington, D.C. and several television news magazines before joining ABC7 News.

Dan traveled on presidential campaigns, tracked a suspected Nazi war criminal to Germany, investigated the slaughter of near-extinct black rhinos in Zimbabwe, and exposed a Bay Area priest for molesting dozens of children. The priest was eventually convicted and sent to prison.

Dan lives in Marin County, has a passion for greyhound rescue and surfing. He's most proud of his sons, including a former U.S. Marine; both are now in college.

Dan's Stories
Los Gatos shop charges woman with Alzheimer's $7K+ for products she didn't want; I-Team steps in
Sophie, who has early-onset Alzheimer's, says an Elements employee invited her inside, offered her champagne, and sampled skincare products on her. Before she could realize, she was charged nearly $7,400 for products she never requested.
SF Embarcadero Center security guard suspended, accused of profiling pair of shoppers
Cell phone video captured the confrontation. On Wednesday, shopper Ameer Ali told the Embarcadero security guard, "Have a conversation with me. Please tell me what's going on."
Scott Peterson murder case returns to court with LA Innocence Project focusing on DNA evidence
Convicted killer Scott Peterson appeared in San Mateo County Superior Court on Tuesday, asking for a new trial. It is an immense undertaking, going through all the evidence to decide if Peterson can be cleared of killing his pregnant wife in 2002.
Retrial starts for 2 Bay Area men convicted in fatal stabbing of Italian police officer
Italy's highest court ordered the new trial after concluding the two Bay Area natives may not have known that the victim was a police officer due to their limited grasp of the Italian language.
Serial SF shoplifter accused of stealing $40K+ worth of items speaks for 1st time
Aziza Graves made headlines in 2021 when she was accused of hitting the same San Francisco Target store 120 times and stealing more than $40,000 worth of merchandise. We never saw her face or heard her side of the story - until now.
SF supervisors approve $9M settlement for cyclist injured from bad road repair; 4 others suing
The I-Team found that San Francisco had several warnings that people on scooters and bikes were getting hurt by the unmarked bump on this Slow Street, but failed to take action for days.
EXCLUSIVE: SF woman shares story of domestic violence to help others escape abuse
A survivor of an especially brutal case of domestic violence spoke to the ABC7 I-Team. She wants to encourage other victims to seek justice for a crime that is vastly underreported. But, there's another reason. A warning, some viewers may find the story disturbing.
LA Innocence Project working to clear convicted killer Scott Peterson
First on ABC7 News, the Los Angeles Innocence Project is looking to clear Scott Peterson in the killing of his wife, Laci, and their unborn son. In new court filings, the nonprofit says Peterson's innocence "is supported by newly discovered evidence."
Bay Area pastor pleads not guilty to child sex abuse, kidnapping charges
A Richmond pastor accused of sexual abuse and kidnapping pleaded not guilty in Contra Costa County court on Wednesday. The 53-year-old faces 16 charges and investigators say there are at least four victims, and at least one is from his congregation.
EXCLUSIVE: How much is Hillsborough heiress Tiffany Li paying in wrongful death lawsuit?
It's been more than four years since a jury acquitted Hillsborough heiress Tiffany Li for the murder of her former partner, Keith Green. Now, the ABC7 I-Team has learned details of a multi-million dollar settlement to a wrongful death lawsuit, filed on behalf of her own young daughters and their grandmother.