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Nike Fever
April 19, 2014
100s line up to get the latest Nike shoe named after Kanye West. KCBS' Anna Duckworth reports.
SF Honors Emergency Responders For Work At Massive Mission Bay Fire
April 19, 2014
KCBS' Bob Butler reports San Francisco bestowed honors Friday on the firefighters and other emergency personnel who fought the Mission Bay blaze that destroyed a six-story apartment building under construction just south of AT&T Park.
Marin Authorities Identify Body Of 2nd Hiker To Die On Mt. Tam
April 18, 2014
KCBS' Anna Duckworth reports a second hiker recently found dead on Mount Tamalpais has been identified as 50-year-old Marie Sanner of Mill Valley.
Oakland Police Make Arrests Involving Human Trafficking, Child Prostitution On International Blvd.
April 18, 2014
KCBS' Susan Kennedy reports an Oakland police unit made arrests in two different sexual assault and human trafficking cases, both of which involved juvenile victims.
Fire Marshall Shuts Down Classrooms At A Santa Rosa High School
April 18, 2014
KCBS' Jeffrey Schaub reports a Santa Rosa fire marshall has shut down classrooms at Roseland University Prep High School due to safety violations.
SF’s Bayview Hunters View Apartments Grand Opening, Residents Get ‘Million Dollar Views’
April 18, 2014
KCBS' Bob Butler reports on the grand opening of Hunters View apartments in San Francisco's Bayview District which is a result of Mayor Lee's HOPE SF program.
Earlier Closing Times For San Francisco District Post Offices
April 18, 2014
KCBS' Anna Duckworth reports on the earlier closing times for some post offices in San Francisco's district, which actually stretches from Santa Rosa down to Mountain View.
Over 100 Gather In SF To Commemorate 1906 Earthquake; 2 Living Survivors Absent
April 18, 2014
KCBS' Tim Ryan reports on the 108th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and fire that destroyed much of San Francisco.
BART Fined By State Officials For Incident In Which Two Workers Were Killed
April 17, 2014
State regulators have fined BART more than $200,000 for last year's accident, which killed two workers on the tracks in Walnut Creek. KCBS Reporter Bob Butler said Cal/OSHA calls the violations leading to the deaths "willful, and serious."
California Health Care Sign-Ups Exceed Projections
April 17, 2014
Covered California said over 3 million residents have signed up for either health insurance through the state exchange or Medi-Cal. KCBS’ Barbara Taylor reports, April 15 was the last day to complete enrollment in the state's version of Obamacare.
CHP Investigators Recreate Fiery I-5 Crash In Orland
April 17, 2014
911 calls regarding the deadly collision in Orland between a Fed Ex truck and tour bus.
Infant Dies After Being Left In Car In San Jose
April 17, 2014
This is a very hard day for a family in West San Jose. KCBS' Mike Colgan reports, a 9-month-old baby died from heat stroke after his father forgot to drop him off at daycare.
New Turf Being Installed At Levi’s Stadium In Santa Clara
April 17, 2014
A major milestone is being reached in the construction of Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. KCBS' Matt Bigler takes a closer look at the grass being installed this week at the venue, the future playing field for the San Francisco 49ers.
SF Supes Drum Up Support For Soda Tax Measure
April 17, 2014
KCBS' Barbara Taylor reports it was a long afternoon in the San Francisco supervisors chambers Wednesday, as supporters of a proposed ballot measure to tax sugary drinks as a way to combat childhood obesity tried to drown out the opposition from the beverage industry.
Sailor Killed In Redwood City Boating Accident Identified
April 17, 2014
KCBS' Tim Ryan reports the man killed in a sailing accident Wednesday during a race near Redwood City has been identified as Yong Son of Burlingame.
Tougher Sentences For Pot Growers Focus On Environmental Damage
April 17, 2014
KCBS' Jeffrey Schaub reports the US Sentencing Commission has proposed tougher sentences for illegal marijuana growers whose pot farms damage the environment, particularly on public lands and in national parks.
Report: State Improved Covered California Enrollment As Process Moved Along
April 17, 2014
KCBS' Chris Filippi says a new report on Covered California's first open enrollment addresses some of the flaws, but also says improvements were made as the process moved along.
‘Hippie Hill’ Crackdown Expected At SF’s Golden Gate Park, 4/20 Festivities
April 16, 2014
KCBS' Melissa Culross reports law enforcement will be out in full force for the expected annual 4/20 celebrations in Golden Gate Park.
Marine Mammal Stuffed To Gills With Wayward Animals In Need Of Help
April 16, 2014
KCBS' Anna Duckworth reports Sausalito's Marine Mammal Center is on the brink to having more animals in need than ever before.
Suspect Arrested In San Jose Fire That Destroyed Former KNTV Building
April 16, 2014
A man has been arrested on suspicion of setting a five-alarm fire on Sunday in downtown San Jose, that destroyed the building that formerly housed KNTV. KCBS’ Mike Colgan reports, 55-year-old Stillman Pfeffer is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday afternoon.
Naked Teenage Girl Alleges She Was Kidnapped And Robbed In Oakland
April 16, 2014
An investigation is underway in Oakland into the apparent kidnapping and robbery of a teenaged girl. KCBS' Margie Shafer reports, the investigation into this incident is still in its preliminary stages.
Economist Feels Record Rents In Bay Area Could Severely Stunt Economic Growth
April 16, 2014
Stephen Levy, Director of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy in Palo Alto, discusses skyrocketing rental prices in the Bay Area, and the larger role it will play in affecting the region’s economy.
Field Poll Shows Californians Have Split Opinions On Drought
April 16, 2014
It appears an overwhelming majority of Californians agree that the state's drought is a serious issue. KCBS' Chris Filippi reports, the latest Field Poll also shows that most people want California's agriculture industry to cutback.
Protesters March On Twitter San Francisco Headquarters Over Tax Breaks
April 16, 2014
KCBS' Margie Shafer reports on the arrests of some SEIU union members who blocked the entrance at San Francisco's City Hall during an evening protest against the tax breaks for some tech companies.
Sea Lion Pup Rescued, Recovering At Sausalito Marine Mammal Center
April 16, 2014
KCBS' Anna Duckworth reports a sea lion pup was rescued from the same area as an adult sea lion 10 years ago and is being rehabilitated by the Sausalito Marine Mammal Center.