Jeffrey Schaub is a Bay Area broadcast news veteran. From 1990 to 2010 Jeffrey served as a reporter and anchor at CBS5 KPIX-TV in San Francisco. Prior to that he was a radio news reporter in San Rafael, California and in Colorado. Jeffrey has covered Bay Area and national events including the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, the Oakland hills firestorm, six national political conventions, President Reagan’s state funeral, the inauguration of George W. Bush and the 2000 Bush-Gore election crisis from Miami, Florida. Jeffrey is the recipient of three Emmy awards.
He lives in Novato with his two sons.
Members of the United State Olympic table tennis team are headed to the Bay Area for a fundraiser at a popular ping pong social club in San Francisco, and the team includes a 15 year old Bay Area boy.
Guide Dogs for the Blind in San Rafael will soon be the beneficiary of tens of thousands of dollars from the late comedian Joan Rivers.
A multi-million dollar Andy Warhol silkscreen of Elvis Presley was accidentally damaged when a visitor tripped and fell while the artwork was on display at San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art.
According to the Veteran’s Administration, World War Two vets are dying at a rate of nearly 500 each day. That means there are approximately 885,000 veterans remaining out of the 16 million who served the nation then.
Tourists got a surprise Tuesday when a 737 flew low over the Golden Gate Bridge for a TV commercial shoot.
A newly-formed San Francisco police task force seeks to reduce the number of car break-ins in the city – about one break-in about every 20 minutes.
Bay Area transit planners have a long list of critical transportation projects that need to be done, and done soon, but there isn’t anywhere near enough money to fund them.
Students at the College of Marin reacted to news Tuesday that the school’s basketball team has been stripped of over 50 game wins, and a regional title.
The housing prices in Marin County keep heading north, while the inventory of homes keeps going south.
Heavy winter rains have created a tick problem in the Bay Area, and doctors say hikers and pet owners need to be vigilant to avoid getting bit.