Gabriella Bachara

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Hometown: Born in Chicago, Ill. Raised in Phoenix, Ariz. Both are considered home.

College: Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University

Other Journalism Experience: Reporter for Cronkite News on Arizona PBS

Started at News 3 Now on: June 3, 2019

What is your favorite part about living in Madison? I love the culture of the city and its restaurants.

What is the biggest news story that you’ve covered? The death and memorial services of Sen. John McCain.

What do you like to do in your spare time? I go shopping and watch TV.

What is your favorite kind of ice cream? Soft serve vanilla

What is your favorite place to vacation? Newport Beach, Calif.

Who is your hero and why? One of my college professors — Heather. She pushed me to be the journalist I am today.

What was your favorite band when you were in high school? Maroon 5

What is your favorite sport to watch? Hockey

If you could possess one superhuman power, what would it be? Teleportation

What is your most memorable travel experience? I studied abroad in San Severino Marche, Italy, during a summer in college.

Articles

'Let's win together': Vandalized Veterans Museum weighs heavy on community

'Our community is wounded': City officials address violent acts in Downtown Madison

Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor responds to riots happening across state

Public Health enforces Forward Dane safety measures through education first

New restaurant recovery program to expand outdoor dining areas

'We had to do something': Veterans honor the fallen in uncustomary Memorial Day ceremony

Dane County restaurants prepare to reopen at limited capacity

'One of the greatest moments:' Poynette seniors honored in parade

Catholic churches quickly adjust to new restrictions

CDC introduces new guidelines for schools, local districts to use summer break for planning

Wisconsin restaurants encouraged to offer limited menus, prices could increase

Monona Farmers' Market begins season with new restrictions

Wisconsin State Parks continue operations under safer at home guidelines

Grand reopening in sight for some Wisconsin Dells resorts

Platteville bars reopen without restrictions, Grant Co. asks for voluntary compliance of guidelines

Assisted living facility fights statistics, reports no COVID-19 cases

Restaurant sales suffer on weekend filled with special occasions

Local restaurant asks customers to invest through bonds

'Bills are adding up': some Wisconsin residents filing unemployment claims express frustration

City of Madison issued six citations, 75 warning letters since Safer At Home

Madison-based collaboration joins race to develop COVID-19 vaccine

Dane County increases funding for small business grants by $10 million

People from across Wisconsin travel to now open state parks

UW-Madison professor tracks the origin of coronavirus cases

Graduating seniors have difficulty finding jobs amid coronavirus

People arriving in Madison share what it's like to travel by plane

'The perfect release': Getting outside during safe at home orders

Capitol Square prepares for thousands to rally against Safer At Home extension Friday

Wisconsin Red Cross reports higher than average number of residential fires across the state

Zimmerman Cheese receives $10,000 donation, ships products to Second Harvest Food Bank

Madison Fire Department saves lives while risking their own to coronavirus

'This is my city, this is my block and I'm going to protect it': Rockford woman catches escaped Portage inmates

Schools to continue virtual learning for remainder of year

Alliant Energy Center could be an alternative care facility for South Central Wisconsin region

'Milkman' delivers over 100 gallons of milk to community

Reports of child abuse cut in half after schools closed

Family and friends care for sick loved ones from a distance amid visitor restrictions

'People are at risk': Madison mayor says election should be pushed

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