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

'We're not just a case number': Wisconsinites show mixed emotions over DWD leadership changes

'You can't put a price on democracy': Salvatore's to close all locations on Election Day to give employees opportunity to volunteer at polls

All-in-one addiction recovery clinic opens in Madison

Family Video to close 200 stores in Midwest

University, county disagree on next steps for semester

Late-afternoon Supreme Court ruling forces clerks to sit on absentee ballots until Tuesday

Wisconsin man attempts to break push-up record in honor of fallen first responders

Health expert said living, working downtown isn't reason enough to get tested for COVID-19

Local foundation drives for success, complete with all school supplies

UW-Madison student government demands return to virtual instruction

'I wanted to say goodbye': Rock County students start, end grade school careers amid pandemic

State forms tip line to get ahead of potential school safety threats

'Extraordinary measures to escape law enforcement': Dane County Sheriff called shooting, chase dangerous to community

'I think it's dangerous': School bus drivers struggle with decision to return

'You either survive or you don't': State Street businesses prepare for winter months

'I'm grateful I made it here': Fundraiser helps homeless families find homes

'Students are where the heart is': UW-Madison students watch, participate in protests

Afternoon demonstration pops up outside Madison Capitol, march on State Street

Resolution aims to soundproof homes near Truax Field, paid for with state funding

School District of Reedsburg warns of possible COVID-19 exposure at registration event

Neighborhood group opposes decision to house F-35 jets at Truax Field

'Put the guns down': Local leaders ask community to stop gun violence

'Nothing like usual': City clerks take precautions at polls during pandemic

University Labor Council lists demands in response to UW-Madison's restart plans

Rock County Republican Party opens Trump Victory office

More than 60 shell casings found in shooting at Garner Park

Cash bail set at $1 million for father accused of stabbing teen daughter to death

LIST: School districts determine back-to-school plans

Madison company to manufacture COVID-19 vaccine

Health experts warn COVID-19 could have lasting effects on body

'You can't play politics': Former Gov. Jim Doyle calls statewide mask mandate critical

Justice Jill Karofsky sworn into Wisconsin Supreme Court, runs 100 miles to celebrate

UW-Madison reserves isolation, quarantine rooms ahead of 2020-2021 school year

Parents react to Verona Area School District back-to-school plan

More districts determine back to school plans for 2020-2021 school year

Cyclists stop in Madison on journey to bridge gap between U.S. and Cuba

Wisconsin still not enforcing mandatory mask wearing

Sauk County will not order countywide mask requirement

Authorities ask public for info on fire-bombing incident, law group tells people not to help