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.
A study shows car traffic has dropped in San Francisco in recent years, despite economic boom and the growing population. However, the study says driving speeds are “increasing moderately.”
Employees said they were fortunate, following a water main break that sent a river of water past their businesses.
Tuition at the University of California’s 10 campuses would rise by as much as 5 percent in each of the next five years under a plan UC President Janet Napolitano that is at odds with Gov. Jerry Brown.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee helped box up carrots for the needy at the SF-Marin Food Bank as a part of #LoveLocalSF, a citywide event showing off businesses and attributes.
Marin County’s district attorney said he wants the state to strengthen laws that address people who disguise replica guns and rifles to look like the real ones—an effort resulting from the recent confrontation between sheriff’s deputies and a 12-year-old boy.
Members of the San Francisco Airport Commission have approved a three-month trial period that will allow Lyft, Uber and Sidecar to operate at SFO International Airport, but cab drivers say it’s a big mistake.
PG&E has asked the California Public Utilities Commission to allow it to raise natural gas rates by $1 billion over three years, but a ratepayer’s advocacy group is trying to prevent them from doing so.
Nurses in the Bay Area, and all over the nation, are worried that if they have to help treat an Ebola patient, their lives would be in danger because they say the government does not require that they wear the highest level of protective gear.
Eight people were caught by investigators this week soliciting bids for construction work without a valid contractor’s license in Napa.
Officials at UCSF say its hospitals have prepared should someone at any of its facilities show signs of the Ebola virus, despite the very low risk of anyone contracting the disease locally.