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

'There's just not a need to keep a facility this big': Public Health prepares to end testing, vaccines at Alliant Energy Center

'An overall really good feeling': Local hospitals feel relief as COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to fall

Looking back on one year of protests in Madison following George Floyd's murder

'We need to move forward': Green County's Annual Breakfast on the Farm featured pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic

Fully vaccinated people can enjoy Memorial Day worry free, health experts say

Madison leaders reflect on one year since George Floyd's murder

Unvaccinated kids should continue to wear masks, doctor says

Browntown teenager recovering from brain tumor nearly one decade after traumatic brain injury

'Bakers Against Racism' sells out fourth bake sale in Madison

Dropping pandemic protections might make you feel uneasy. Psychologist says that's normal

Doctors: COVID-19 testing is just as important now as it was last year

'No mask, no service' still applies in Dane Co., regardless of vaccination status

Local vaccinators prepare to vaccinate 12 to 15-year-olds ahead of CDC, DHS approval of Pfizer

Wisconsin Special Olympic athletes return to the track for first time since start of COVID-19

Wisconsin voting rights advocates take part in nationwide events to recognize John Lewis Day of Action

DHS to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses to vaccinators using on-demand system

Finding Pfizer vaccines in Dane County ahead of possible Emergency Use Authorization from FDA

Trout Days returns to Cross Plains as fishing season kicks off in Wisconsin

Vaccinators putting Johnson and Johnson vaccine back into arms this week

VA Hospital battles vaccine hesitancy among veterans

Doctors say don't skip second dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Cycle for Sight fundraiser for blindness research rides on

'It's a bittersweet moment': Mifflin Street Block Party returns to Downtown Madison

'Keep them home': Pediatrician says parents need to be sure allergies aren't COVID-19 before sending kids to school

Madison police prepare for possible protests following the Derek Chauvin trial

Doctor recommends COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant patients

'I just can't sit here and watch people die': Protesters demand police reform following death of Daunte Wright

Community clinics work around temporary absence of Johnson and Johnson vaccine

Public Health Madison and Dane County vaccinates way through Alliant Energy Center waitlist

Hundreds of people wait in line for COVID-19 vaccines at Madison walk-in clinic

Boys and Girls Club of Dane County hosts first of three community vaccination clinics

Alliant Energy Center sees boost in activity on FEMA's first day in Madison, PHMDC says

Former Badgers react to Barry Alvarez stepping down as athletic director

Race to schedule vaccine appointments becomes more competitive as eligibility expands

Easter brings churches together in person for first time in months

Sun Prairie raises money for four additional pickleball courts

Some counties still require masks. Here's the list