Ross Palombo Returns to The SF Bay Area

By Kevin Eck 

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Ross Palombo will join Fox-owned San Francisco Bay Area station KTVU as a weekend morning co-anchor.

“I’m honored and thrilled to be permanently coming back to San Francisco as a part of the Bay Area’s most experienced news team,” said Palombo. “For more than 15-years, I’ve either lived in the city full-time, part-time, or spent most of my free time back-and-forth from assignments there. This is truly a homecoming.”

Palombo, who last worked as an investigative reporter at WPLG in Miami, will also work as a political and investigative reporter for the station’s other newscasts.

He’s also worked with CBS News as an anchor and correspondent for 365. He spent five years at KRON.

He starts August 5.

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