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Landlords Sued For Evicting Tenants And Re-Renting San Francisco Properties To Tourists
April 23, 2014
KCBS' Melissa Culross reports San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has sued landlords for evicting tenants and renting out their property for short-term and long-term use to tourists.
Feds Probe How UC Berkeley, Other Colleges Handle Reports Of Sexual Assaults
April 23, 2014
Peninsula Congresswoman Jackie Speier is applauding the U.S. Department of Education for launching an investigation into UC Berkeley's response to reports of campus sexual assaults. KCBS' Anna Duckworth reports, it's part of a wider probe looking into complaints of sexual violence at more than 50 colleges nationwide.
Oakland City Council Member Calls Warriors Land Purchase ‘A Slap In The Face’
April 23, 2014
Members of the Oakland City Council are disappointed, but prepared to say goodbye to the Golden State Warriors. KCBS' Bob Butler reports, one member of the council calls the team's decision to buy land for a new arena in San Francisco "a slap in the face."
Oakland A’s Reject Lease Extension To Play At Coliseum
April 23, 2014
Just hours after Coliseum officials announced a 10-year lease proposal to keep the A's playing in Oakland, the team flat out rejected the deal, saying it didn't go far enough. As KCBS reporter Holly Quan tells us, this comes a day after it was revealed that the Warriors bought land in San Francisco to build their new arena across the bay.
Firefighter Hurt In 3-Alarm Fire In San Francisco Duboce Triangle; 3 Buildings Damaged
April 22, 2014
KCBS' Margie Shafer reports one firefighter was injured while battling a blaze in San Francisco's Duboce Park that damaged three Victorian Apartments.
San Francisco Supervisor Introduces Resolution To Improve Late Night Transit Options
April 22, 2014
KCBS' Melissa Culross reports San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener is introducing a resolution to the full board to improve the city's late-night transit options.
San Francisco Supervisor Introduces Resolution To Improve Late Night Transit Options
April 22, 2014
KCBS' Melissa Culross reports San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener is introducing a resolution to the full board to improve the city's late-night transit options.
San Jose Police Investigating City’s 12th homicide, Man Found Next To Big Rig In Industrial Area
April 22, 2014
KCBS' Mike Colgan reports San Jose police are investigating the city's 12th homicide this year when a body was discovered in an industrial area.
Testimony Begins In Case Of Sonoma Co. Supervisor Accused Of 'Peeking' Outside Female Neighbor's Window
April 22, 2014
KCBS reporters cover all the daily news.
Fewer San Jose Cops Tipping Off Supervisors About Internal Misconduct
April 22, 2014
KCBS' Matt Bigler reports it appears that cops in San Jose have nearly stopped policing themselves. Compared to previous years, far fewer San Jose police officers are tipping off supervisors to misbehaving colleagues.
Warriors Pres. Rick Welts: Mission Bay Stadium Will Have Better Access
April 22, 2014
The Golden State Warriors plan to build a new arena in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood. KCBS’ Holly Quan reports that officials say this 12-acre site has everything they need.
Warriors President Rick Welts Talks About New Mission Bay Stadium Deal
April 22, 2014
The Warriors have announced a new deal to build an arena in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood—just south of AT&T Park. Warriors President Rick Welts joined Stan Bunger and Susan Leigh Taylor in studio to talk more about the deal.
Former San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos Applauds Warriors Planned Mission Bay Move
April 21, 2014
Former San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos reacts to news on Monday that the Golden State Warriors have purchased a site in Mission Bay for a possible arena, abandoning plans for Piers 30-32.
Growing Problem Of Wage Theft Affecting Thousands In Silicon Valley
April 21, 2014
Despite the fact that the economy is booming in Silicon Valley, a new report shows wage theft is rampant. KCBS' Mike Colgan reports, workers were short changed to the tune of more than $8 million last year.
East Bay Water District Officials Recommend Voluntary Conservation, Despite Drought
April 21, 2014
East Bay water users saved so much this past quarter, that East Bay MUD officials are about to keep restrictions voluntary. As KCBS reporter Holly Quan tells us, even though the district is buying extra supplies, it won't have to charge customers to do it.
PG&E Facing Felony Charges In Federal Court For San Bruno Gas-Line Explosion
April 21, 2014
Nearly four years after its 30-inch steel gas transmission line ruptured, leveling a San Bruno neighborhood and killing eight people, PG&E is heading to criminal court in San Francisco. KCBS’ Tim Ryan tells us the corporation will be arraigned this morning on a dozen counts in federal court.
Stowaway Teen Flies To Hawaii Clinging To Landing Gear After Breaching A Fence At San Jose Airport
April 21, 2014
A Santa Clara teenager is lucky to be alive after sneaking into the wheel well of a jet traveling from San Jose to Hawaii. KCBS's Matt Bigler reports live from Mineta San Jose International, where authorities are investigating the stowaway incident.
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.