Tara Campbell | ABC7 KGO News Team
Tara Campbell is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 News Bay Area. She joined the team in February 2022 and is excited to be back on the West Coast.

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Tara got her start as a print journalist before establishing her career on the Canadian Prairies, where she made the shift to broadcast news.

Tara is a storyteller and explorer at heart, driven by a desire to share impactful stories. She arrives in the Bay Area from Omaha, Nebraska where she reported for the NBC affiliate for three years. There she helped expose a lack of safe and affordable rental housing, primarily affecting refugee and immigrant communities. Her reporting resulted in the passing of a rental housing, landlord registry ordinance.

Her award-winning coverage of the 2019 historic Midwestern flooding dove deep into the aftermath and shed light on small towns struggling to come back from disaster.

Tara is proud to be joining the ABC7 team and is committed to continue telling stories that make a difference in the Bay Area.

Tara's Stories
Berkeley Unified reinstates mask mandate as district sees spike in COVID cases
With two weeks left to go the Berkeley Unified School District is making masks a must as of Monday.
Brandi Chastain hopes US soccer's historic equal pay deal paves way across the board
"This is not about one team in one country. This is about us as a collective about what can happen in every single corner of the world," said Chastain, noting she's proud of the generations of players who didn't give up the fight.
San Francisco NAACP leader calls Buffalo mass shooting 'a mirror of America'
"This young man was infected with that virus, he was infected with the spirit of nationalism, racism, antisemitism, hatred of anyone who is different," said Rev. Brown.
Bay Area officials urge public to mask indoors amid swell in COVID cases
The Bay Area now has the state's highest COVID infection rates, fueled by highly contagious omicron subvariants.
Bay Area woman and world champion sled dog racer evacuate Ukraine dogs
They've managed to save roughly 250 dogs and cats while also delivering 60 tons of food and supplies to shelters and individuals in need.
Search for suspect underway after nonprofit safety ambassador shot in SF Tenderloin, source says
The city contracts Urban Alchemy to help keep the streets of the Tenderloin safe; the nonprofit has ambassadors posted throughout the neighborhood.
COVID cases up 50% in California since March, CDC says
While the virus can be unpredictable, one doctor we talked to doesn't think it was so hard to see the surge coming.
Clock ticking down on Ukrainians seeking refuge at US-Mexico border
Starting April 25, Ukrainians seeking asylum at the southern border will need a financial sponsor in the U.S. as a citizen or NGO -- it's also when officials will start turning those evacuees away who don't meet the requirements.
SF man helps LGBTQ+ Ukrainians who've reportedly become targets of Russian aggression during war
"If the Russian army and the Russian soldiers are in any of the cities and they know somebody by name and by face in the LGBTQ+ community those people will be targeted directly and I'm afraid they might be killed."
San Francisco neighborhood gets served Easter Sunday meals with a special show
A nonprofit founded in the 70s, Tenderloin Tessie Holiday Dinners has been providing warm holiday meals to those in need- with a added special side of a drag performance.