Local News Archive

SJ Bargains over City’s Role in Tour of CA

In the five year history of the Amgen Tour of California San Jose has been only one of two cities that’s been part of every tour, but the city may not be involved in America’s […]

09/09/2010

Thousands of Low-Income Bay Area Kids Get Free School Supplies

Federal stimulus money is helping 150,000 low income Bay Area students get bags full of school supplies. The first kits went out in San Francisco Thursday morning.

09/09/2010

Long-Lost Piece of Evidence Recovered in Berkeley Beating

A crucial piece of the puzzle in a brutal Berkeley attempted murder trial will soon be entered into evidence. Back in October of 2006, then-19-year-old Hamed Mirabel was robbed and repeatedly stabbed by two assailants […]

09/09/2010

SF Supervisor Proposes “Wet Housing” for Alcoholics

A San Francisco Supervisor is exploring a novel and controversial way to deal with drunks on the street. Supervisor Bevan Dufty says he wants the city to consider opening “wet housing,” where alcoholics could live […]

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Oakland Police Investigate Fatal Shooting at Taco Truck

OAKLAND, Calif. (KCBS/AP) – A man killed by gunfire near a taco truck in East Oakland on Wednesday may have been shot with his own gun.

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Schwarzenegger Signs Chelsea’s Law

SAN DIEGO (KCBS/AP) – Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed legislation that will lock up some convicted sex offenders for life.

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Final Preparation along I-680 for Express Lane

Caltrans crews expect to spend the next several days restriping and testing toll reading equipment on the Bay Area’s first express lane.

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Martinez Police Release Photos of Bank Robbery Suspect

MARTINEZ, Calif. (KCBS) – Martinez police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man suspected of robbing West America Bank on Sept. 8.

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BART Inches Closer to Building Oakland Airport Connector

BART is slowly pulling out of the station with $20 million of regional transportation money secured to build a controversial rail line connecting Coliseum Station to Oakland International Airport.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–09/09/2010

Federal Official Wary of Spill's Long-Term Impacts on Gulf Species

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – Although seafood caught in the Gulf of Mexico is safe to eat, the full impact that diluted oil from the BP spill is having on marine species will not be known […]

09/09/2010

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