Ken Miguel | ABC7 KGO News Team
Ken Miguel is a Special Projects Producer for ABC7 News, specializing, in long-form, long-term projects that tell the stories of the Bay Area and residents.

A Fremont native, Ken first joined the ABC7 News team in 1994. He has worked in nearly every part of the newsroom, leaving to work as a reporter for KMAX-TV in Sacramento and our sister station in KFSN-TV in Fresno. He also worked as a producer for ABC News based in San Francisco.

Today, he is a multiple time Emmy winner, who works to create content on all of ABC7's platforms. He produces pieces for our newscasts, the I-Team,, and ABC7 Originals for connected TV. He is also our chief drone pilot.

Over the years he has covered some of the nation's largest stories. He has interviewed presidents, and hit the campaign trail with them. He's watched a nation mourn, covering the death of John F. Kennedy, Jr. He's traveled to the jungles of Southern Mexico to witness the incredible poverty, and hope of indigenous people, and to London to help American's understand why the military's argument in favor of a ban of gays and lesbians made little sense.

He's covered hurricanes, political campaigns, wildfires, and the fight of marriage equality.

While he has traveled extensively to cover some of the station's biggest stories, he says there is no better place to cover news, than right here in the Bay Area.

Ken's Stories
What will it take to get Bay Area commuters back on BART? ABC7's Phil Matier gets answers from GM
Who wants to pack into a train car with strangers in a health crisis? No one. That's the hill BART has to climb to get riders back.
Will San Francisco bounce back from COVID-19? Mayor Breed envisions bustling, safe city
"San Francisco is going to come back." Mayor Breed is optimistic for the city will return to its former glory, saying people want to come back to work and want to enjoy everything San Francisco has to offer.
Experts weigh in on what it'll take to get tourists back in San Francisco
One hotel manager says getting people back isn't just a matter of vaccinating millions of tourists, people need a reason to come to San Francisco. And when they get here, things need to be open for them to visit.
How will San Francisco's Union Square, downtown businesses recover from COVID-19 pandemic?
These days, there are more pigeons eating lunch in Union Square than people. So what will it take to change that? We found out.
How will San Francisco's downtown Financial District bring employees back to work in high-rise offices?
Nearly 14 million square-feet of office space is vacant across San Francisco, equivalent to 10 empty Salesforce Towers. How will offices reopen and will people even come back?
'We don't have resources': CA lags behind in reporting race, ethnicity COVID-19 vaccination data
'We need to see the data': Many Bay Area residents are reluctant to trust Gov. Newsom's message that "equity is the call of this moment," when it comes to vaccines. They say they need to see it to believe it.
These 13 people defined the Bay Area in 2020
A year like no other deserves a bit of extra reflection. Meet 13 people who had a life-changing 2020.
Kamala Harris' biggest Bay Area fan reflects on 2020 victory ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration
"Sky's the limit. You can truly achieve anything you want. You want a career in public service? Aim high. Be ambitious. Because looking at Kamala Harris, she is giving you permission to dream."
'I am still here': Oakland restaurant owner explains how he survived a rough 2020
"I think if you stop, if you've already got boards up, you die. You don't stay alive," Shakewell owner Tim Nugent told us early on in the pandemic. Since then, the restaurant has been doing everything they can to keep the lights on.
Tiana Day, teen who led Golden Gate Bridge Black Lives Matter protest, shares how life has changed
When Tiana Day told her family she was leading a Black Lives Matter protest across the Golden Gate Bridge, her dad started calling his friends to come. He didn't want his daughter to be left marching alone. Well, we all know that's not what happened.