Janice Wright has been in Bay Area Broadcasting for over 30 years. Yikes! She must be old. She loves the people and places her reporting at KCBS has taken her to, but has the most fun on the week-ends, anchoring the morning news with her pal Dave Padilla. Her other news pal is at home, CBS 5 and KCBS reporter Mike Sugerman. The Sugerman-Wrights have been married for 28 years . Yikes again! They raised two sons in San Francisco. Neither one seems even slightly interested in following in their parents’ professional footsteps.
The Alameda Health System, formerly known as the Alameda County Medical Center, plans to take over San Leandro Hospital, officials confirmed this week.
The Bay Area Super Bowl Committee will travel to Boston next week to personally present their bid for the 50th installment of the big game and they’re getting pledges from Google, Apple, Gap, Intel and Yahoo in order to seal the deal.
The San Francisco Symphony resume contract negotiations with a federal mediator on Tuesday. While musicians have authorized a strike, they hope to avoid one.
Art and technology come together starting Tuesday night on the Bay Bridge as “The Bay Lights” will be officially unveiled. The highly-anticipated display will light up the suspension span for a two-year-run.
KCBS Radio will carry the State of the Union, as well as the Republican response, live on 740AM & 106.9FM and streaming online.
Leaders of SNAP, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, question why Cardinal Roger Mahoney is still being allowed to select a new pope.
This year’s drenching rains have many concerned about the possibility of landslides, but one expert from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said they don’t necessarily happen during the rain.
Nearly 100 unlicensed contractors were arrested in Union City and other parts of California this week by undercover investigators posing as homeowners shopping around for home improvements.
Starting on Friday, August 3, bike riders can take their wheels on Bay Area Rapid Transit trains during commute hours, normally a no-no for cyclists throughout the year.
The City of San Francisco is launching a long-term program aimed at putting more firefighters and police officers on the streets, with the ultimate goals of making the city safer, replacing retirees and cutting down on overtime.