Melissa Pixcar | ABC7 KGO News Team
I am elated to be one of the first Community Journalist of the Bay Area. I am still pinching myself because this is all a dream come true. I have been dreaming of this moment since I was a little girl when I would watch the news with my grandparents.

I am a Bay Area native and have lived in the Bay Area my whole life. I graduated from San Francisco State with a degree in Broadcasting and Electronic Communication Arts with an emphasis in Audio Production.

I am also a first generation college graduate. My fondest college memories was being part of my college radio station KSFS. I was the News Director of the station and a talk show host for a year. Of course my show was about all things Bay Area, sports, music - you name it!

In 2016, I got my foot in the door and started working at ABC7 in San Francisco. I was a Production Assistant and loved everything behind the scenes, every day was different from the day before.

When I'm not working I love to spending time and going on adventures with my dog Rolo. I also enjoy cooking, reading, and working out. Traveling has always been number one in my heart and I love going on new adventures.

I am excited for this new adventure of being a Community Journalist so please do not hesitate to share your story with me. You can reach me at

Melissa's Stories
Artists with disabilities spotlighted in Chase Center art exhibit
"I am overwhelmed. I would go crazy if Stephen Curry sees my art!" East Bay artists with disabilities are reacting to their art being shown at the Golden State Warriors brand new home.
Storm delays grand opening ceremony for Deacon Dave's Christmas Light Display in Livermore
Deacon Dave's Christmas Light Display has been a holiday tradition for over three decades. The grand opening ceremony was scheduled for the Thanksgiving weekend but the festivities came to a crashing halt.
SFO's Wag Brigade is paw-fect stress reliever for airport passengers
Ruff flight? No problem. SFO's Wag Brigade is a group of therapy animals that take away the stress and anxieties from passengers. San Francisco International Airport and the SF SPCA has teamed together to certify 22 dogs and pig to volunteer at the San Francisco International Airport.
Fremont's Shinry Lamian restaurant offers traditional Chinese beef lamian soup made by a master noodle-puller
FREMONT FLAVORS: Take a taste of traditional Chinese noodles made by a master noodle-puller.
De Afghanan Cuisine is one of the go-to spots for food in Fremont
De Afghanan Cuisine is a restaurant owned by Aziz Omar and his family who have been serving Afghan food for nearly three decades. Aziz believes in sharing and bringing his Afghan culture and traditional food to the Bay Area.
Clayton Valley Pumpkin Farm is the go to spot for pumpkins
The Clayton Valley Pumpkin Farm has fun for everyone. The six-acre farm is full of charm with many varieties of pumpkins to choose from. Enjoy the Pumpkin Playland that has giant lima bean pots and a hay maze for kids. Feeling hungry? On the weekends the Farm offers a great slow hand BBQ and kettle corn
Daly City bakery creates Boo-tiful Macarons for Halloween
Ketsourine Macarons in Daly City is putting the spookiness into their bakery by creating Halloween-themed macarons.
CREEPY-CRAWLY LOVE: What to watch out for during tarantula mating season
This time of the year you are most likely to see these eight-legged, creepy-crawly creatures. But don't worry!.. they are not a threat to humans. Here are the things that you need to know.
Pleasanton Meadowlark Dairy's secrets to success are ice cream and keeping the old school drive-thru alive
Legen-DAIRY! Not much has changed at the Meadowlark Dairy in Pleasanton and that is how the locals like it. 100 years of consistency has customers coming in droves for generations.
San Ramon teen heads to Scotland for International Cricket Council Women's World Cup Qualifier
Geetika Kodali is making history as one of the youngest players on the USA Cricket National Women's Cricket Team.