Chris is a proud graduate of Castro Valley High School and San Jose State University who is glad to be back home in the Bay Area. KCBS hired Chris in 2006.
Before coming to KCBS, Chris was a reporter for KIRO radio in Seattle and KFBK radio in Sacramento. He also had a stint at TechTV in San Francisco after starting his professional career at KLIV radio in San Jose.
Chris has had the chance to cover several major stories during his career including the Scott Peterson trial, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and most recently the deadly gas line explosion in San Bruno. His coverage of the Peterson trial included repeated appearances on CNN, MSNBC and CourtTV.
Chris spends most of his free time chasing after his young daughter as well as enjoying rare quiet moments with his wife. He’s also involved in more fantasy sports leagues than any sane person should ever consider and is constanly hoping his beloved Oakland Raiders will one day return to greatness.
The number of monarch butterflies in California is on a steep decline, according to a new study.
With the approach of Tuesday’s primary, some voters are wondering why they can’t cast their votes online.
Trade Secrets Act Would Let Silicon Valley Tech Firms Sue In Federal Court Over Intellectual Property Rights
Many in Silicon Valley are cheering word that President Obama is likely to sign a bill into law that is meant to help companies protect their intellectual property.
A proposal to require more local ownership of medical-marijuana outlets in Oakland has taken a step forward.
Anyone who drives through the I-80 corridor in West Contra Costa County knows that it’s congested, and planners are looking at new ways to ease the gridlock.
The U.S. Postal Service in San Francisco is being recognized for its efforts to go green after cutting the amount of waste it sends to landfills by as much as 70 percent over just two years.
Books Inc. announced it is closing its store on Market Street after more than 20 years.
Uber is hoping to make an impact on the meal delivery business in San Francisco.
The East Bay community of Orinda is installing more video surveillance cameras and automatic license plate readers at some key locations.
A new lawsuit claims many people who staffed Levi’s Stadium during Super Bowl 50 were not paid for all of the hours they worked.