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Sue Dremann

Staff Writer, Palo Alto Weekly / PaloAltoOnline.com

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About Sue
Sue Dremann is a veteran journalist who joined the Palo Alto Weekly in 2001. She is an award-winning breaking news and general assignment reporter who also covers the regional environmental, health and crime beats.

She has covered plane crashes, murders, police shootings and other breaking news stories. Sue has written about the Bay Area's dwindling water supply, drought, wildfires and COVID-19.

Her feature stories have included a series on families' struggles to help loved ones with severe mental illness, immigration and deportation, a man's search for his father's killer, a local Native American tribe's quest for recognition, a couple's tale of being lost in the wilderness, an investigation into the city of Palo Alto's flawed response to a 911 call and tracking a local serial killer's deadly trail.

When not working, she enjoys being with her husband, their pets. She can often be found seeking out interesting natural environments and wildflowers.
Stories by Sue
San Mateo County pays Woodside equestrian $750K settlement in wrongful arrest lawsuit
A Woodside woman who was arrested while suffering a medical emergency that deputies mistook for drug or alcohol impairment has settled her lawsuit against San Mateo County for $750,000, according to an agreement dated Aug. 1.
[Monday, December 5, 2022]

VIDEO: As Apple employees watch helplessly, thieves take $35K in merchandise on Black Friday
Two people who entered the Apple store in downtown Palo Alto on Nov. 25 during a busy Black Friday sales event made off with an estimated $35,000 in merchandise, Palo Alto police said.
[Thursday, December 1, 2022]

Thieves take $35K in merchandise from Apple store on Black Friday
Two people who entered the Apple store in downtown Palo Alto on Nov. 25 during a busy Black Friday sales event made off with an estimated $35,000 in merchandise, Palo Alto police said.
[Thursday, December 1, 2022]

Soccer star's parents sue Stanford University after her death
The parents of a Stanford women's soccer star who died by suicide after learning she faced disciplinary action filed a lawsuit against the university and some of its top administrators last week.
[Wednesday, November 30, 2022]

Stanford football director immediately resigns after Saturday's loss
Stanford University's winningest head coach and director of football, David Shaw, has resigned effective immediately, following the team's Saturday 35-26 loss to Brigham Young University, the university announced on Sunday.
[Monday, November 28, 2022]

Beavers may help lessen damage from drought, Stanford research finds
Climate-driven droughts that create water-quality issues are proving to have a formidable foe: beavers.
[Monday, November 28, 2022]

Man arrested for Stanford Shopping Center drive-by shooting
A man who allegedly fired multiple gunshots during a drive-by shooting at Stanford Shopping Center on Monday evening has been arrested, police said. He was a former employee of Fleming's Prime Steakhouse, which was damaged by gunfire.
[Tuesday, November 22, 2022]

Gunfire reported at Stanford Shopping Center, rounds hit restaurant and empty car
Palo Alto police are investigating an apparent drive-by shooting on Monday, in which a person fired at least two rounds from a car, striking a window at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and an unoccupied vehicle. No one was injured.
[Tuesday, November 22, 2022]

'Bird flu' has been found in Santa Clara, San Mateo counties' wildlife
A virus that's nearly 100% fatal to birds has been sweeping through the Bay Area and is reaching record-breaking levels across the U.S. It has been confirmed in wild bird populations in Palo Alto.
[Wednesday, November 16, 2022]

Decorated sheriff's deputy sues San Mateo County over workplace sexual harassment, assault
The only woman on the San Mateo County Sheriff's SWAT team, who leads the sex crimes unit, has filed a lawsuit in San Mateo County Superior Court alleging she was repeatedly sexually harassed by her male supervisors.
[Friday, November 11, 2022]