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.
Opening statements began Tuesday in the case of a former Fisherman’s Wharf merchant who prosecutors say killed two neighboring merchants in cold blood more than three years ago.
San Francisco is looking into ways to cut down on its supply of drinking water including using recycled water for street cleaning purposes.
The City of San Rafael is calling it quits on a five-year program to snapshot drivers who run red lights because police say it didn’t make much of a safety impact.
30 Spare the Air alerts were issued during the past winter season, with 267 people being cited for violating the no-wood-burning rule.
A San Rafael couple linked to an alleged drug-smuggling operation in Canada are scheduled to go to trial after pleading not guilty to five federal charges, including conspiracy to possess and distribute ecstasy.
A burglary suspect was hospitalized after being shot Thursday by a private security guard trying to thwart a home burglary in the Oakland Hills.
A vehicle long enough to be an 18-wheeler, with a cab like a firetruck and a body like an 18-wheeler, could soon become a fixture at major disaster scenes and police incidents around the Bay Area.
A Petaluma slaughterhouse has voluntarily ceased operations amid a growing beef recall.
The drought has local water officials concerned and calling for a ban on fishing in the Russian River watershed. Meanwhile, the local fishing industry is alarmed about the potential
In the aftermath of Tuesday’s deadly shooting of a BART police officer by a colleague, the transit agency’s police chief said on Wednesday training for his department’s officers exceeds state requirements and that his department is among the most thoroughly trained in the state.