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
Parents, attorney respond after CA college students sentenced to life in killing of Italian officer
"It's bewildering. They gave him and they gave Gabe a sentence that is befitting a mafia boss who wantonly kills innocent people," Craig Peters, lawyer for the Elder family, said of the verdict.
California college students accused of killing police officer - '32 Seconds: A Deadly Night in Rome'
Two Bay Area teens and their parents at the center of an international incident. ABC7 I-team's Dan Noyes reveals what led up to that night in July 2019 when an Italian police officer was killed. Watch the ABC7 Original "32 Seconds: A Deadly Night in Rome" here.
California college students guilty in killing of Italian police officer Mario Cerciello Rega
GUILTY: Twenty-one-year-old Finnegan Elder of San Francisco and 20-year-old Gabriel Natale Hjorth of Marin County have both been sentenced to life in prison.
LIVE: Verdict reached for Bay Area college students in killing of Italian police officer
A panel has reached a verdict in the case against two Bay Area college students in the death of a police officer in Rome in July 2019. It will be read at 1:30 p.m. PT.
Verdict imminent for Bay Area college students in killing of Italian police officer
The verdict will be announced Wednesday for two college students from the Bay Area who are accused of murdering a police officer in Rome in July 2019.
EXCLUSIVE: Trump supporter shares what he uncovered after infiltrating anti-fascist group in Sonoma Co.
The I-Team has been investigating the group's possible connection to recent acts of vandalism, including an incident at the former home of a Derek Chauvin defense witness one week ago.
42-year-old Napa Co. supervisor under fire for getting COVID-19 vaccine
'Instead of giving the dose to someone who needed it, she took it for herself:' On a day when Napa County announced they ran out of coronavirus vaccines, a 42-year-old county supervisor is facing criticism for getting the shot, while some older residents are still waiting.
I-Team: Antifa finds no one to fight in Sacramento on Inauguration Day
Antifa Sacramento had put out a call for supporters from around the state to come here and face off with right-wing groups who never showed up.
Threats of gun violence, protests prompt increased security at CA Capitol
"Sometimes people say, well, it's just trolls, people are just saying things. But unfortunately, it becomes real life." A California state senator received threats of gun violence during a public hearing last week. Now, he's talking to the ABC7 I-Team about the importance of new, intense security at the State Capitol.
Retired Oakland cop attended US Capitol riot, OPD internal affairs investigation underway
The former OPD cop says not everyone rallying in DC was part of storming the Capitol, and even shows a video to back his claims that Antifa was involved in the initial push into the building.