All Bay Area Local TV News stations; KTVU, KPIX, KRON, KNTV, and KGO-TV broke from regular-scheduled programming and went wall-to-wall coverage with the 6.0 quake that hit the Bay Area and Napa wine country region early Sunday morning.
KTVU began broadcasting shortly after the quake and went commercial-free. It's "Mornings-on-2" coverage was pretty first-rate with anchors, Claudine Wong and Mike Mibach.
Eric Rasmussen was live on the scene in Downtown Napa where he interviewed people whose businesses were heavily damaged and got significant pictures from the buckled roads. Rasmussen's reports were chock full of vital information and spot on.
KPIX too had some informative and lively reporting from the scene from reporter, Juliette Goodrich. PIX had some detailed overview shots from its chopper over the scene from Downtown Napa.
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